Melissa Taylor | June 5, 2020 | 13 Sivan 5780 | 13 Sivan 5780
“We want our eighth-grade students to know how proud we are and how much we miss them,” said Jori Broidy, the school’s dean of students.
A parade of cars started in Mequon and headed south from house to house to celebrate student graduations from Milwaukee Jewish Day School in Whitefish Bay.
Teachers and students at the school have not lost a step in the transition to distance learning
A parade of cars started in Mequon and headed south from house to house to celebrate student graduations from Milwaukee Jewish Day School in Whitefish Bay
Moms like Shannon Widlansky knew the parade was coming, but Indy and other students were surprised
Milwaukee Jewish Day School teachers and staff paraded past 15 homes in all on Friday, May 8, 2020. In this era of social distancing, there was no contact, though someone darted out of a car at each home to place a “Distance Learning Graduate Lives Here” sign in the front yard.
Eighth-grade teacher Michelle Petrova runs out in front of Indy Widlansky’s home to plant a sign of congratulations in the lawn