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The Season of Change

This Saturday night Askenazic Jews, Jews who take their customs from Eastern European communities, begin the solemn practice of reciting Selichot (penitential prayers). Sephardic Jews from places such as Spain, the Isle of Rhodes, Morocco, Syria, and Turkey have been saying Selichot since the beginning of the month of Elul. Despite this difference in custom all agree these Selichot, said …


In the Studio: Guest Photographer William Freund

Posnack parent William Freund is volunteering in the Posnack Art Studio as a guest photographer. He is teaching students the technical aspects of the camera and the control they have when photographing their subjects. William was born in El Salvador and has been lucky to have lived and traveled to many countries around the world.  Photography has been an interest …


Posnack Featured Artist: Shoval V.

Shoval V. is a sophomore with a distinct graphic style to her works. The work at right will be submitted to our school rug competition sponsored by the Sasson family. More details to come! Save the Date! Posnack’s annual Art Walk will be held April 29, 2015 @ 7:00pm where Shoval’s works will be on display.


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Dr. Richard Cuenca’s Friday Letter: Breaking Ground

Posnack Community, Please join us as we break ground on the new building for our Paul & Maggie Fischer High School on Monday, September 22, 2014. The High School’s planned 50,000-square-foot home will also house Ram Gym, a new gymnasium and athletic facility for the entire school. The expansion comes amid celebrations of our 40th anniversary and in response to growth …


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A Timely Lesson From Our Farmers

The month of Elul is characterized by special customs instituted by our Sages in preparation for Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur. We blow the shofar each morning at the conclusion of the Shacharit prayers. We add the recitation of Psalm 27 to both the morning and evening prayers. In Sephardic tradition a third minhag, Selichot (special prayers asking for forgiveness) …