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A Plan to Relocate Pardes to the Ina Levine Jewish Community Campus. BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE. Growth Has Been a Constant for Pardes. Began in 1993 as “The Solel School” with 12 kindergartners.

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A Plan to Relocate Pardes to the

Ina Levine Jewish Community Campus

BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE

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Growth Has Been a Constant forPardes

  • Began in 1993 as “The Solel School” with 12 kindergartners.
  • As the new school added grades, other area synagogues joined Temple Solel in a partnership to support the school, and it was renamed Pardes Jewish Day School.
  • In 2002, Pardes opened a middle school at Temple Kol Ami.
  • In 2003, the lower and middle schools were consolidated on the Temple Beth Israel campus.
  • In 2006, Pardes bought the current five-acre campus in Phoenix.
  • With more than 260 students, Pardes is the largest Jewish day school in Arizona.
  • “If we want things to stay as they are, things will have to change.”
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Why the Ina Levine

Jewish CommunityCampus?

  • The JCC preschool has 200-250 students. As a strong Jewish preschool, the physical proximity to the day school affords great opportunity to build relationships with early childhood families, to sustain and grow Pardes’ enrollment.
  • A sprawling campus with state-of-the-art facilities that include athletic fields, pool, and gymnasium.
  • Location, location, location.
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Benefits for Pardes

  • Greater ability to compete with charter schools.
  • Greater enrollment, along with changes at the JTO, will provide significant additional resources to make day school affordable. Enrollment levels of 350 to 400 could provide resources of $2,500 to $3,000 per student.
  • Opportunity to restructure debt on Paradise Lane campus.
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Pardes on Campus:

Benefits to the Community

  • 285-300 students and 50 faculty members on the campus every day, engaging with various agencies (JCC, Council for Jews with Special Needs, Bureau of Jewish Education, BBYO, B’nai Tzedek, etc.)
  • Increasing connection between Pardes families and the broader Jewish community will help to achieve a vibrant, enriching, sustaining and inclusive community in the heart of the Jewish Community Campus.
  • Collaboration, synergy and economics of scale created by having Pardes relocated to the campus benefits the entire Jewish community.
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Pardes on Campus:

Benefits to the Community (continued)

  • The opportunity to more easily cultivate the next generation of Jewish leaders – they will know, live and understand the benefits of being part of the Jewish community.
  • JCC preschool as a feeder to Jewish day school education.
  • Exposure to many new families to Jewish communal life.
  • Campus to become more of the “central address” of the Jewish community.
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Anticipated Costs: $2.7 Million

  • Two-Story Middle School:
  • $1,553,000
  • Kosher Kitchen:
  • $350,000
  • Kindergarten Classroom:
  • $115,000
  • Five New Offices:
  • $107,000
  • Playscape:
  • $425,000
  • Campus Renovation:
  • $150,000

New Playscape

New Kindergarten

classroom

New Offices

New

Middle School building

New Kosher kitchen

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Progress Toward the Goal

  • In just six months, raised $2.2 million of our $2.7 million goal.
  • Campaign is 81% complete – in the home stretch.
  • Groundbreaking scheduled for June 2014, so time is of the essence.
  • Participation by Pardes board, faculty and staff is 100%.