Rachel Arcus-Goldberg – Head of School
Ms. Arcus-Goldberg, or “Ms. AG,” as the students know her, holds a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Brandeis University, a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Columbia University and a Master's Degree in Jewish Studies and Jewish Education from the Jewish Theological Seminary. She is also a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Rachel worked as an educational leader and administrator at Gann Academy in Boston for ten years, where she held positions as the Director of Experiential Education, Associate Dean of Students and Freshman Class Dean. Before Gann, she was the Director of TriBeCa Hebrew, an after-school-Hebrew-school program in lower Manhattan. Rachel is deeply invested in growing as a Jewish Educational leader and participated in the NAIS School Leader Institute, the Deans Roundtable Conference, Chanoch L’Na’ar – a midah (value) based character development program, Faculty Rounds and the Teen Safe Task Force through Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Boston, and the CAJE conference for Jewish Educators. In addition to leadership positions, Rachel has taught Psychology, Health, Israeli Dance, and Jewish Literacy classes at Gann Academy and its partner institutions. Significantly, she also wrote an anti-bullying curriculum for the high school -- focused on creating a school culture in which everyone makes thoughtful choices -- that she has brought to CJDS.
Rachel is extremely excited to be helping to write the next chapter in the story of CJDS, and is so proud to be at a school that is truly living up to its mission of intellectual sophistication, social responsibility, and personal authenticity by teaching kids how to think critically, do good for other people, and understand themselves.
Ms. Jenny Glick has been affiliated with CJDS for almost two decades and brings tremendous professional talent and passion to this school that she loves so dearly. An alumna of Columbus College of Art and Design, she brings her imagination, expertise, and endless energy to CJDS. Jenny has dedicated many years to building and enriching CJDS and, since 2016, has been engaged in growing the school through strategic planning, visioning, communications, and so much more as its Director of Enrollment Management. A lifelong resident of Columbus, Ohio, Jenny has long been committed to strengthening her community, as an active communal leader and as a Wexner Heritage Alumna (member of Columbus 11 cohort). Her volunteer leadership initiatives include 22 years of ongoing service to her synagogue, Temple Israel. Jenny’s commitment to and deep belief in the power of an immersive Jewish education to help young Jews build their identities in meaningful and anchored ways has led to her involvement with Columbus Jewish Day School since 2000: as a parent (2001-2012), as a Board member (2001-2007), and as Board President (2010-2012). Off campus, you will find Jenny enjoying her many interests and hobbies, including painting, sculpting, reading, watching movies, cooking, and spending time with her family and friends.
Kerry is a graduate of The Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science in Human Ecology focusing on Early Education (2010). She has enjoyed working in non-profits and corporate environments, but finds herself getting drawn back into education. Kerry comes from a family of Teachers and loves seeing the progress that students make, and watching them grow. Kerry is always seen with a smile on her face, and eager to snap a photo to post to our social media account. A teacher herself, Kerry enjoys being around children and learning every day. Kerry has been with CJDS since 2017, and loves helping CJDS continue to grow. She enjoys traveling, watching the Buckeyes, listening to music, catching up on a netflix binge, and spending time with family and friends.