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Parashat Mishpatim opens with the difficult topic of slavery. As with everything in the Torah, proper understanding requires a deeper look.
The 10 Commandments is one of the most familiar portions of the Torah but its true content and structure are not well known.
Enjoy these photos from this year's lower school Tu B'Shvat celebrations.
Hochberg Middle School students prepared for their “Names, Not Numbers” Program learning about the Holocaust at the Nudel Center.
For Tu B’Shvat, Hochberg Middle School 6th Grade students learned about our responsibilities to our greater environment and made their own edible ecosystems.
As we mark MLK Day, take a moment to reflect on Dr. King’s work and accomplishments. His mission was truly worthy of our honor.
Hochberg Middle School students were treated to Tu B’Shvat smoothies prepared by the student council. Click to see pics of the event.
Posnack Jewish Day School held its 3rd Annual Jewish Life Expo. College Jewish life representatives came to speak to juniors and seniors.
In Social Studies, Posnack Lower School 1st Grade students made landforms out of cookies, icing, and all sorts of treats. What a delicious world!
The last verse of this week’s Torah portion talks about a sign on our arms and an ornament between our eyes. What are these and why do we need to put them on?