Students are collecting donations to support the organization Natan, which is currently deploying a medical team to a refugee center on the Polish-Ukranian border. Dr. David Shapiro, father of faculty member Joey Shapiro, just returned from a deployment to the refugee center. Donate here.
On Friday, April 8, Bernard Zell Anshe Emet Day School students, faculty and staff will come together for the school’s 8th Annual Bernard Zell Day of Service and Good Deeds Day. Students and faculty will practice צדקה tzedakah, (giving back) as they participate in a variety of community service projects.
The Class of 2022 is proud to present Shrek Jr. at the annual Morton Reisman Operetta this Thursday, March 24 at 7:30 p.m. and this Sunday, March 27 at 2:00 p.m. Read more from 8th grade student Drew Lufrano, a cast member in this year's live performances.
On March 11, 2022, our Middle School students will have an opportunity to participate in Bernard Zell’s Day of Silence. Day of Silence is a national student-led demonstration where LGBTQ+ students and allies around the country—and the world—take a vow of silence to protest the harmful effects of harassment and discrimination of LGBTQ+ people in schools.
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Thank you to our wonderful PTC Food Committee members for all their hard work and insight into one of the most popular subjects schoolwide: lunch! Before winter break, many lower and middle school students participated in a short survey.
The Middle School 2021-22 Student Council is holding a hot chocolate sale the week before mid-winter break, Monday, February 14 - Friday, February 18.
Pre-orders must be submitted online and kits will be delivered to student(s) classrooms the week of February 14. Prices are $5.50 for one jar. *Note: The hot chocolate mix is gluten free but is NOT dairy free.
The Class of 2025 students are brushing up on Jewish knowledge and culture before their Shabbaton in February. In Hebrew and Jewish Studies, 5th graders are learning the story of Jacob and his twin brother, Esau. They learned why Esau was willing to give up his birthright and why Jacob wanted the right to be recognized as the first born child.
If you haven't already done so, please click here to submit your child's t-shirt size for the event by end of day today.