Hochberg Middle School 6th Grade students enjoyed a day at the NSU Art Museum where they toured the exhibit Happy! This exhibit was part of the Museum on the Move which allows Broward County students the opportunity to enhance learning with interactive and hands-on art activities. The trip was made possible through the generous support of the David and Susan Samrick Foundation.
Last month, the Hochberg Middle School National Junior Honor Society held a toy drive to benefit the Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. The drive collected 400 items brought in by middle school students and staff. Kol ha-kavod! Click for photos and details.
Thanks to scholarship support from the Jewish Federation of Broward County, Posnack School sent its largest ever delegation to this year’s AIPAC Policy Conference. Over 30 Posnack School students lobbied Congress to keep Israel safe and secure. Fischer High School students had the honor to meet Florida Senator Rick Scott while lobbying on Capitol Hill.
Hochberg Middle School 8th Grade students visited the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Miami Beach as part of a culminating activity for their study of the Holocaust. Click or details and photos.
Class of 2003 alum, Jeremy Taub, brought in his grandfather, Mr. Weiser, to speak with Hochberg Lower and Fischer High School students about how Mr. Weiser survived hidden as an infant during the Holocaust. Click for details.
The Hochberg Middle School Lunch & Learn for students in grades 6, 7, and 8 had a strong start. At the first lunch, students learned about Purim and why G-d’s name is not mentioned in the Megillah. Sessions are led by Rabbi Samuel Strauss and Mr. Andrew Leibowitz, and take place in the Salama Media Center every other Monday. The next Lunch & Learn will take place on March 9. Click for details.