" Clearly, there are the lessons that are in our textbooks, like algebra, chemistry and Spanish. But at RZJHS, we also learned essential midot, or values, such as diligence and morality, that you can’t find in a textbook."
By: Pat Krochmal
“Nathan Swetlitz, a junior at Chicagoland Jewish High School in Deerfield, has won first place in the American Society of Human Genetics Essay Contest celebrating National DNA day.
The contest was designed to educate students and teachers about important concepts in genetic science, spokeswoman Kristen Long said…”
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