Dr. Richard Cuenca’s Friday Letter: Thank You for a Great Year!
Dear Posnack School Community:
What an historic 2015-2016 (41st anniversary) school year!
Once again, we have concluded a school year that matters to the future of the Jewish people. Once again, our school has sent a message that our community has a vibrant Jewish future. From my seat in the front row, I can assure you that the future of the Jewish people shines like the brightest star.
It is an honor and a privilege to be your Head of School. We thank all of our parents for supporting our school with countless volunteering hours and confidence in our school’s mission. Our school’s successes would not be possible without your energy, love, and heartfelt participation.
I hope all of our parents felt a sense of pride knowing their child was in our school. We will continue to strive to offer our students the finest instruction by an exceptional staff in all subjects, and we will do so as a proud Jewish Day School (and as a top ten private high school – Fischer High – in the State of Florida).
May Hashem bless all of our Posnack School families with a safe and memorable summer of 2016. I hope it is full of wonderful memories! The entire administration will be here throughout the summer working diligently to get ready for the opening of the 2016-2017 school year.
For those students participating in our Semester III – Summer 2016 Session, we look forward to seeing you on campus. We are excited about this new program and the opportunities it offers our students to advance their learning.
A special congratulations to our Class of 2016! Once a Ram, always a Ram! We are proud of all of your accomplishments and the legacy of success you have left at the Posnack School. We invite all of our graduates to come back and visit us over the coming years to let us know how you are doing.
Congratulations to our amazing 8th and 5th graders for moving up to high school and middle school. Our school looks forward to your continued growth and supporting your amazing accomplishments.
Finally, as we celebrate the holiday of Shavuot this year and read the Ten Commandments, we do it together as a community realizing the awesome responsibility we have to teach the next generation. It is our children who carry the fate of our Jewish nation forward. May they always be blessed with the strength and teachings of our Torah to lead the Jewish nation towards prosperity and greatness.
Shabbat Shalom and have a wonderful Shavuot holiday with your children. May you receive the Torah this year with only pure joy.
Shabbat Shalom and Chag Sameach,
Dr. Richard Cuenca
Head of School