Jewish people from around the world greet each other at various times of the year with special customary greetings. On Rosh Hashanah everyone knows that we say some version of “Shanah Tovah” (“May you have a good year”). However, this Rosh Hashanah greeting is different from all the rest. It is more than just the appropriate holiday or seasonal greeting; it has a special and unique halakhic significance.
Our 6th Grade students had a wonderful team building experience at Tigertail Lake and Recreational Center this week. Click for photos.
In preparation for Rosh Hashanah, 4th Grade students learned about the important Jewish value of koach hadibur (power of words). Click for photos and details.
In preparation for Rosh Hashanah, third graders learned about the important Jewish concepts of mitzvah goreret mitzvah and gemilut chasadim.
The National Junior Honor Society answered the environmental call this week and delivered a win for mother nature by lending their efforts to collect trash from Ft. Lauderdale beach. Click for photos.