Posnack School Campus News
Hochberg Middle School premiered the 8th Grade documentary, Names, Not Numbers: A Movie in the Making. In attendance were the four Holocaust survivors featured, as well as the 20 students who participated in the program and their families. Click for photos.
Posnack School students took more prizes than any other Jewish day school in the nation at the Center for Initiatives in Jewish Education (CIJE) Innovation Day competition. Kol ha-kavod and mazel tov to our winners. Click for details.
At the beginning of the third aliyah of this week’s Torah portion בהעלותך, Beha’alotcha, we come across the unique command to offer the Pesach sacrifice. It turned out to be the only time the Pesach sacrifice would be offered during the Israelites 40-year stay in the wilderness.
Senior Jasmine G. took 1st Place in the 2021 Congressional Art Competition with her oil painting “Perpetual Silence.” Click for details.
What started out as a traditional girls’ Tefillah consisting of six 8th Grade girls, quickly grew to a 12-girl powerhouse dedicated to saying Psalms for the ill and for the State of Israel. Kol ha-kavod! Click for details.
Members of the Posnack School Nation Art Honor Society and Nation Junior Art Honor Society published a specialized coloring book created from their own photos for the children at JAFCO. Click for details.
Posnack School held its 20th Annual Commencement as we wished the Class of 2021 and their families mazel tov and our 5th Grade and 8th Grade students also celebrated milestones this week at their Move Up Ceremonies. Click for photos.
Kol Hakavod to Fischer High School students in the Engineering Department and ESports Club for the many recognitions and awards. Our young engineers are being heralded for their innovative solutions. Click for photos and details.
For over eight years, Holocaust survivor Irene Zisblatt has graciously shared her story with Posnack School students. This year, Irene once again joined 8th Grade students on a Zoom session to share her amazing survival of the Holocaust and discuss the importance to survivors of bearing witness. The class of 2025 wants to thank Irene Zisblatt for her courage to share her story time and time again. Click for details.
Posnack School celebrated the Class of 2021 at its annual Seniors’ Walk. Our seniors were hailed with cheers set to rhythms courtesy of the Posnack School Drumline. Mazel tov to our graduates and their families on this wonderful milestone! Click for photos.