Posnack School Campus News
Members of the Fischer High School Model UN met with Colombian diplomat Francisco Gutierrez ahead of their upcoming conference. Click for details.
National Junior Honor Society reached out to surrounding communities to show solidarity and support for first responders and essential workers. The leaders of NJHS created uplifting posters of appreciation that were delivered throughout the community. Click for photos.
For the last several weeks, Posnack Lower School students in kindergarten through 5th Grade have been learning about why we are so curious about Mars. Students were then excited to witness the landing of the Mars rover, Perseverance. Click for photos.
Sixth Grade geography students are traveling around the world with digital pen pals, connecting with half a million kids from over 150 countries.
Local ESPN journalist, Israel Gutierrez, spoke to Hochberg Middle School students in the Names, Not Numbers© Holocaust program. Mr. Gutierrez shared interviewing tips.
恭喜發財! For the Chinese New Year on February 12, students made crafts to review writing, shapes, and colors. Click for details and photos.
February is Black History Month and Fischer High School students began their exploration of the African American experience this year in discussion with Harold Pryor, State Attorney of Broward County. Click for details and photos of his visit.
Hochberg Middle School 8th Grade students are working on models of telegraphs as part of their U.S. History unit on the Industrial Revolution. Click for details and photos.
In a stunning showing at this year’s Scholastic Art & Writing Southeast Regional Awards, Posnack School’s Visual Arts Program took home an astounding 108 awards, more than doubling last year’s record of 53. Click for details and images of student works.
Hochberg Middle School students celebrated Tu B’Shvat with music and treats. Click for photos of their joyous holiday celebrations.