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Field Trips and Overnight Study Trips

Field Trips

Field trips are an integral piece of the TK-8 curriculum and can include walking trips to City Hall, visiting the SPCA, experiencing the symphony, learning about the forces and motion at Levi Stadium, serving meals at Glide in San Francisco, and much more. Field trips can vary from year to year, and always offer an exciting adventure for learning outside the classroom.

Overnight study trips begin with Fourth Graders traveling back to 1855 at Camp Tawonga to immerse themselves in the Gold Rush experience - where they dress and live like it’s 1855. The Fifth Graders embark on an overnight adventure to the Marin Headlands for five days of outdoor education. Sixth Grade students explore land formations and the water cycle in a place of breathtaking beauty and nature. History, literature and Judaic Studies themes come to life for Wornick Seventh Graders during a trip through the American South exploring the country’s Civil Rights Movement up close. Eighth Graders put their Hebrew skills to work during their two-week trip to Israel. This is a culminating trip for our students after years of studying Hebrew, Jewish Studies, and History.

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Mission Statement

Ronald C. Wornick Jewish Day School develops students who are socially and academically prepared to meet their full potential as engaged leaders committed to a life steeped in Jewish ethics and values.

About Wornick

Average Enrollment: 210
Grades: TK-8
Average Class Size in Elementary School: 14
Average Class Size in Middle School: 18-20
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