The Columbus Jewish Day School is participating in "Recycle Forward," a program that recycles used technology to raise money for new technology in schools.

The Columbus Jewish Day School is participating in "Recycle Forward," a program that recycles used technology to raise money for new technology in schools.

Community members and businesses are invited to participate by dropping off items at the school, 150 E. Granville Road in New Albany. The school is accepting used cell phones, inkjet and laser cartridges, laptops, PDAs, iPods, video games, GPS systems, DVDs, scientific and graphing calculators, LCD monitors and digital cameras.

Donations will be accepted throughout the year. All donations are tax deductible.

For more information, contact Jen Lucas at 939-5311 or jlucas@cjds.org.

The Columbus Jewish Day School will hold open houses from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 3, and Tuesday, Nov. 9.

Prospective families are invited to tour the facility, meet Gina Freeman, director of faculty and student affairs, and engage in activities.

CJDS offers a dual-language program that integrates general and Judaic studies, and also emphasizes the arts.

For more information, contact Rebecca Gurk at 939-5311 or rgurk@cjds.org.