Last week, six student journalists from the staff of the Lion's Tale were recognized at the Jewish Scholastic Press Association Annual Convention for their outstanding work:
- Ari Feuer, Isaac Silber, and Rina Torchinsky (Grade 12) won first place for ongoing reporting, for the web articles including "School Receives Bomb Threat"
- Isaac Silber and Rina Torchinsky won first place for News Writing about Judaism or Israel, for their article "Even in Tragedy, Chain Remains Unbroken"
- Addie Bard and Aliza Rabinovitz (Grade 11) won first place for page design, for the in-depth article "Under the Same Roof: Pluralism in the Community"
- Rebecca Weiss (Grade 10) tied herself for first place for Feature Writing on Interreligious or Intercultural Issues, for her articles "To Poland, with Love" and "Journey to Jordan"
CESJDS Director of Publications, Jessica Nassau, attended the conference and presented two successful sessions on page design.
Congratulations to all for this excellent achievement!