The Fischer High School thespian troupe had a fantastic showing at regionals. The troupe took home 13 superiors and 17 excellents. The haul was up by one from last year. Kol ha-kavod!
More than 90 women came together in the Posnack School Culinary Institute for our second annual Links to Learning Babka & Vodka event. Click for photos and details.
One of the most difficult questions we all must face is where our final resting place will be. Some people are fortunate; this burden is alleviated by their already having a designated burial place with a place in a family plot. From this week’s Torah reading, Chayei Sarah, it is apparent that Avraham did not pre-purchase a burial plot for Sarah. Rather, we find him in a very common situation. In the midst of his grief, Avraham must now buy a burial place for his wife. What important idea is the Torah highlighting for us by recording this event?
Our Posnack Lower School, Hochberg Middle School, and Fischer High School student government leadership came together to help sort and pack donations to our recent Harvest Drive. Kol ha-kavod to our young leaders for their hard work in fulfilling this important mitzvah. Thank you to everyone who donated to the drive. Click for photos.
Posnack Lower School student Azi S. is a member of the Cooper City Colts in the American Youth Football League (AYFL) Championship in the Mighty Might Division. The 2nd Grade student helped his tackle football team win their Super Bowl championship, defeating the Pembroke Pines Optimist Bengals 6 – 0 at PAL Field in Plantation. Kol ha-kavod!