JCC Teen Activities - 9 - 12th Grade
Join the JCC teens as we head outside and enjoy all the fun that Southern California has to offer! These programs provide opportunities for teens to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle!
BIG BEAR SKI AND SNOWBOARD TRIP (ALL 9-12 GRADERS WELCOME)
February 15-18, 2013
Take a trip up to BIG BEAR to speed down the snowy mountains with friends. The fee will include transportation, food, lift tickets, and housing accommodations. Rentals need to be purchased in advance in San Diego. The fee will include transportation, food, lift tickets, and housing accommodations. Rentals need to be purchased in advance in San Diego. Meet in the back parking lot of the JCC at 6AM on the 19th and return on the 23rd at 9pm. Price $475/Member; $570/Non-Member
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JCC Teen Sports
Semi-Annual Teen Coalition Dodgeball Tournament
March 23, 2013 8pm-Midnight!
Battle it out with other teens from all the different teen organizations throughout San Diego in our EXTREME dodgeball tournament. Meet new friends and get plenty of time to battle it in teams of five in this rachmanus-centered competition. Fee includes t-shirts and refreshments. $5 JCC Member, $7 Non-Member.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WINTER 2012 CHAMPS and BEST DRESSED, CCA STUDS!
Check out pictures from our last dodgeball tournament
Meet other Jewish teens at these fun and safe social events. Dance the night away at our CLUB J or rock out with our first Battle of the Bands. Every social event sponsored by the Lawrence Family JCC Teen Department is sure to be a good time!
2009 was the inaugural year for Club J, the premier nightclub for San Diego teens. With over 250 partygoers per dance, 2011 pumped up the party with dances ranging from white-out and New York City themes. 2012 was awesome and 2013 is going to be even better! Come dance the night away in our very own theater-turned-nightclub, including a professional DJ and an amazing atmosphere to get your groove on.
Club J at the Bay (Grades 9-12)
8:30 P.M.-12:00 A.M.
Anchors away! This dance party will bring together over 200 teens on a private boat cruise around Mission Bay. Come dance the night away with our professional DJ and all your friends.
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CLUB J REGISTRATION FORM
In an effort to encourage teens to become emotionally well-rounded young adults, the teen department will be offering cultural programming that promotes intellectual development through the arts, film, theatre, literature, and music.
TEEN SCREEN 2013
Tuesday, February 12th 6:00 PM- THANKS FOR ATTENDING. WE'LL SEE YOU NEXT YEAR!!
Join the JCC Teen Department as we head to Clairmont Reading Theatre for a FREE film screening. Dinner is also free for teens!
Stories from an Undeclared War is the powerful story of 150 at-risk students from Long Beach, CA who were once considered unteachable. But inspired by their teacher, Erin Gruwell, and the writings of Anne Frank, the students discover a new way to express themselves. The once-hardened teens have an epiphany that they live in an undeclared war, and becoming FREEDOM WRITERS becomes their salvation. *Special Guest Erin Gruwell will be joining us to speak to teens after the movie*
This year’s teen screen film was selected by a teen focus group who will examine several films throughout the year and determine which film to show. If you would like to participate in the focus group, please contact Karen Flexer Friedenberg karenf@lfjcc or 858.362.1331.
Teen and Parent Seminar Series
The JCC Teen Department invites Teen and Parents to come learn and discuss important teen issues. Tees who participate in three out of the four seminars receive a "Certificate in Community Service Leadership" along with 20 hours in community service. Those returning participants from last year will receive a Platinum Service Leadership Award after the completion of tree seminars in addition to 20 community service hours.
Session III: HOW TO BE AN EFFECTIVE CITIZEN
In this very special seminar, Dr. Samuel Popkin, professor of Political Science from UCSD will speak to teens and parents regarding how teens can be politically engaged before they are able to vote. As a dynamic lecturer and author of books such as; The Reasoning Voter and The Candidate, Dr. Popkin will encourage teenage political action and empowerment. What a perfect chance to discuss politics after our recent election!
February 21, 2013! FREE!!
Session IV: CONTINUING THE CONVERSATION ON SOCIAL MEDIA AND HOW TO COMMUNICATE IN THE AGE OF FACEBOOK AND TWITTER
This session is a continuation from last year's seminar on social media and will explore in greater detail how to create a safe online profile. Led by specialists from the Anti-Defamation League, participants will become leaders in preventing cyberbullying and other risky online behaviors.
MAY 20, 2013! FREE!
Click Here for the Teen Registration Form
To register for any teen program,
fill out the Registration Form and either fax to: 858-457-2422
mail: Attn: Karen Flexer Friedenberg
4126 Executive Dr.
La Jolla, CA 92037