Joanna Mueller, development director at Canine Companions for Independence, left, with San Diego Jewish Academy students Martin Kohan, Alexander Russo, Mathew Saacks, and Hannah Velasquez at a check presentation. Photo courtesy of San Diego Jewish Academy

Joanna Mueller, development director at Canine Companions for Independence, left, with San Diego Jewish Academy students Martin Kohan, Alexander Russo, Mathew Saacks, and Hannah Velasquez at a check presentation. Photo courtesy of San Diego Jewish Academy

Students from the San Diego Jewish Academy recently presented more than $7,000 of their Hannukah charitable project that reflects the Jewish value of Tikkum Olam or “Repairing the World...

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