Community Day School Makes 'Healthcare Hero Bags' to Honor Medical Community

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The students at Hershorin Schiff Community Day School enjoyed the annual Panther Pride / Spirit Day, with various activities to build teamwork and showcase school spirit, with the added bonus of a Valentine's Day-related "Ahavantine" community service project to help spread some love. ("Ahava" means "love" in Hebrew.) This year's community service activity featured the making of "Healthcare Hero Bags" in appreciation of those on the front lines of the pandemic who are working to protect our community from infection and heal those who fall ill. "Our Ahavantine activities are our take on celebrating love, celebrating friendship, and celebrating community," said Head of School Dan Ceaser. "Our students take such great pleasure and pride in helping others and trying to brighten someone's day. With COVID-19, our students felt like those on the front lines of the pandemic were most deserving of anything we could do to show our appreciation for all they do."

Pictured: Community Day School students Alliada Fotiou, Verity Moore, Stephanie Castaneda-Romero and Anise Sickler show their 'Panther Pride'

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