A child’s first day of kindergarten is an important milestone. This morning marked the first step on this journey. As Lower School Principal, it is an enormous privilege to welcome all the bright, shining faces to their first day of school, but welcoming kindergarten students is especially joyful.
One of the hallmarks of Judaism is its total rejection of following the imaginations and fantasies of the mind. How then do we understand terms like Satan, the evil inclination, the angle of death, and the evil eye?
For our last post of the summer, #PosnackEverywhere features some students new to our school and some “veterans” with pics from NYC, Israel, and right here at home. L’hitraot!
Mazel tov to Fisher High School student Ellie N. for being awarded piccolo soloist and first flute at the National Flute Association’s Annual Convention and Competition. Kol ha-kavod! Click for a video.
ABC Local 10 News profiles Posnack School student Jordan N. who was recently invited to join Team USA Sport Stackers. Click to watch Channel 10’s profile.