Building the Future Now
This year’s eighth grade class of Ahi Ezer celebrated their graduation by organizing a delightful mother-daughter dinner to express their gratitude for all their mothers’ have done for them over the years. The program included a lavish feast, music, dancing and beautiful presentations performed by the students.
The evening featured the perfect blend of smiles, laughter and tears as the girls sang beautiful songs about their mothers, and viewed a touching slide show presentation created by eighth grader, Judy Shapir.
For the finale, every girl presented her mother with a picture frame and a touching personal poem to thank her for aiding her daughter’s growth throughout the years.
The graduation celebration continued with an unforgettable trip to Lancaster, Pennsylvania, which included a visit to Herrs potato chips factory. The students got a firsthand view of how different kinds of chips are made, and even received a free bag of crunchy, delicious chips. Next they went to visit Amish Town, where they viewed old homes of Amish residents and experienced life in the Amish community. They also had an absolute ball on a buggy ride all around Amish Town. The day ended with an awesome surprise, as the school took the girls on an unforgettable trip to Dutch Wonderland Amusement Park.
The actual graduation ceremony took place on June 12, when all 31 students, along with their teachers, families and friends, came together for a beautiful party with refreshments and baked goods to celebrate this special milestone and to honor the girls for their hard work and outstanding academic achievements.