Meyer Academy in the News
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Meyer in the News - May/June, 2012:
While school was out for the summer, two of Meyer Academy’s middle school students got lessons in putting together a weather forecast and presenting it live on television.
See photos below of students Alex Levine (entering 7th grade) and Nicole Schneider (entering 8th grade) following in the footsteps of Meyer student Aaron Simons (entering 7th grade), who was the first Meyer student to participate in CBS 12’s Wednesday Weather Kid segment. Simons met with CBS 12’s long-time morning meteorologist Chris Farrell in May and did his own brief “Bus Stop Weather” segment for the morning news.
We appreciate CBS 12’s commitment to educational experiences like these, which expose our students to the science involved in meteorology and the fascinating behind-the-scenes world of television news and weather. These kinds of experiences help our students take what they’ve learned in the classroom and apply it to real life situations.
Meyer in the News 2011-2012
Thursday, August 9, 2012
Over the 2011/2012 school year, the Arthur I. Meyer Jewish Academy received a great deal of media coverage. Local and national media were interested in our school’s iPad 1:1 project, our eagle mascot, our fabulous fundraisers and even the impact of Steve Jobs’ death on our students. See below for a few quick “snapshots” of Meyer in the news.
Palm Beach-area television coverage of Meyer Academy's 1:1 iPad Project (August 2011)
Palm Beach Post coverage of Meyer Academy's 1:1 iPad Project (September 2011)
Palm Beach-area television coverage of the death of Steve Jobs
and its impact at a school that uses Apple computers (October 2011)
Palm Beach-area newspaper coverage of Meyer Academy's "Art of Educating" Gala (November 2011)
Palm Beach-area newspaper coverage of Meyer Academy's Women's Luncheon
"A Mother's Love is Universal" (March/April 2012)