• FriFeb12 "Pre-Adolescence" Positive Parenting Workshop: Grades 3-5 8:00 AMKunin Media Center
    • MonFeb15 School Closed: Presidents' Day
    • TueFeb16 LS Boys' Basketball vs Hebrew Academy 4:30 PMJoseph "Yosi" Mizrachi, z"l, Basketball Court
    • WedFeb17 Father/Daughter Learning: Grades 4-5 8:00 AMJordan Alexander Ressler Performing Arts Theatre, Friedman-Uhlar Auditorium
    • FriFeb19 Shabbaton: Grade 8
    • FriFeb19 New World Symphony Rehearsal Observation: Grade 9-12 Orchestra and Band 8:30 AMNew World Symphony

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 Academics, social/emotional well-being, and student empowerment are the three main focuses of our Samuel and Henrietta Scheck Middle School. Chesed, which falls within student empowerment, has a dedicated Chesed Club that has made it its mission to spread kindness on campus and in the community. To bring this mission to life, the club has hung two 'Acts of Kindness' posters on the walls of school. The first poster is entitled 'Acts of Kindness I Can Do This Week' and the second 'Acts of Kindness That Have Been Done For Me'. Students have been contributing kind thoughts and gestures to the posters throughout the past two weeks.  

In addition, faculty members are also passing out Acts of Kindness Cards to students; each card has a specific 'kindness mission' listed on it, such as holding the door open, calling an elderly family member to say hello or giving someone a compliment. Once someone completes their gesture, they sign their name on the back of the card, and then pass the card along to someone else. We can't wait to see how many signatures we can accumulate on the cards! 

The idea behind these two projects comes from the notion that a random act of kindness performed by one person can inspires others to do the same. The Kindness Boomerang video illustrates that kindness is certainly contagious. So, take a moment, watch it and then go spread the kindness bug!

 

History was made by Scheck Hillel Community School, Tuesday, February 9, 2016, when our school's boys' varsity soccer team defeated the defending state champions Maitland Orangewood Christian in the 1A state title game: likely the first win of its kind for a Jewish school in the nation. 

More than 400 Scheck Hillel Lions fans packed the stands in Melbourne, Florida, to watch our team compete for the elusive title of State Champion - a title the team had been chasing since the devastating loss three years ago on the very same field in Melbourne. The energy from the Lions fans did not dwindle even as the scoreless 0-0 game entered overtime, double overtime, and eventually, penalty kicks. 

After five rounds of penalty kicks the game was knotted at 4-4. In the sixth round, Scheck Hillel senior Salo Lapco's kick soared into Orangewood's goal, bringing the Lions up 5-4. Orangewood's attempt at extending the match was foiled by Scheck Hillel's goalie, senior Alan Landau, who stuffed the shot and secured the dramatic 1-0 (5-4 PKs) win for Scheck Hillel. Lions players rushed Landau on the field and victory celebrations erupted in the stands. 

Scheck Hillel finished their season as proud state champions unbeaten at 19-0-1. 

"To make history is something that can never be taken away from this team ever,” said Lions head coach Ben Magidson. “What an incredible season and experience. It's been an honor to be the head coach for these young men.”

The win is a result of the determination and sportsmanship of the Lions players, the leadership of the coaches and team captains, and the support of the Scheck Hillel community and the South Florida Jewish community at large. 

"It is a blessing for me and my team to be a part of it," said team co-captain Netty Silberman, who scored a hat trick in Monday's state semi-finals game. Silberman shared words of gratitude for his school and his community: "We're the ones playing, but the truth is all of your support and prayers are what got us here. Thank you."

Click here to read the Miami Herald's recap of the amazing win! 

# First Name Last Name Grade
 1  Alan  Landau    12
 2  Ariel Grobman  9
 4  Yom Tov Bejar  11 
 Ariel Martinez
 Leon  Almosny    12
 Daniel Franco   11
 Daniel Berkman   11
 Max Stern     12
10   Netty Silberman   12
12   Salo Lapco   12
13   Max  Peicher   10
14   Alex Almosny  9
15   Sebastian Ludmir     9
16   David  Mizrahi   9
17   Moises Bendahan  11
18   Abraham  Woldenberg  9
19   David   Sternberg    9
 20  Ilan  Lapco  10
 21 Michael Romano   10
 22  Joel  Herman  9
 23  Jonathan Zinguer  10
 G  Joseph Bensabat  9
 G  Ian   Stern  11

 

    • FriFeb12 "Pre-Adolescence" Positive Parenting Workshop: Grades 3-5 8:00 AM
    • MonFeb15 School Closed: Presidents' Day
    • TueFeb16 LS Boys' Basketball vs Hebrew Academy 4:30 PM
    • WedFeb17 Father/Daughter Learning: Grades 4-5 8:00 AM
    • FriFeb19 Shabbaton: Grade 8
    • FriFeb19 New World Symphony Rehearsal Observation: Grade 9-12 Orchestra and Band 8:30 AM
    • SatFeb20 Shabbaton: Grade 8
 

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