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Thanksgiving is a uniquely American holiday unaffiliated with any specific religion. As Jews living in America, what should our relationship be to this day?
Hochberg Middle School and Fischer High School student artists took home six prizes at the Broward Art Guild Awards, the most of any school in Broward County.
Fifth Grade students made Chanukah sensory cards for people with disabilities in Israel. Click for photos.
Humans are the sole creatures that possess free will. Humans can choose what they will do and into which ventures they will place their energy. This week’s Torah portion, Vayeitze, offers insight into the consequences of harnessing this singular quality.
Hochberg Lower School 8th Grade science students investigated states and properties of matter starting with looking at different phase changes of matter, including a sublimation demonstration.
Fourth Grade students have been researching the Florida Everglades. The students cruised the Everglades by airboat and spent time slogging on their recent field trip.
This week’s parsha begins with a redundant statement. The Torah says Yitzchak the son of Abraham and then repeats the fact. Why does the Torah need to double up like this?
Fischer High School senior Sara W. is making a difference photographing animals in need of homes at the the Broward Humane Society.
Posnack Jewish Day School is delighted to announce that applications for the 2022-2023 school year are now being accepted for new students!
While other religions were initiated solely by men, Judaism’s founders were the dynamic husband and wife team of Avraham and Sarah.