By Dr. Laura Segall, High School Principal
On Wednesday December 3, students gathered in the Beit Midrash for the closing of the Bullying Awareness Month Campaign.  For the past month, students have shared their thoughts on this important issue in writing and through artwork, and created meaningful and impactful posters in all three languages.  Narrowing down all the submissions to decide on the winning projects was no easy feat!  The following were selected for their impact, style and quality of work. And the winners are…
Most impactful posters:
1st place: Jordan Assouline and Nathaniel Gomolin; “L’internet est un outil, pas une arme!”
2nd place: Arielle Lasry and Noa Elfassy; ” Dire a quelqu’un qu’elle est laide ne vous rendra pas plus belle”
3rd place: Nathan Ziri and Nathanel Benchaya; “Les mots blessent”
Best Essay- Hebrew
1st place: Eliana Rohr
Honorable mention: Yehonatan Haimovici, Danielle Levi, Shira Cohen
Best Essay- French
Cycle I (Grades 7 and 8): 
1st place: Sarah Azoulay
Honorable Mention: Sara Moyal, Sarah Zagury-Orly
Cycle II (Grades 9,10 & 11):
1st Place: Rebecca Azoulay
Honorable Mention: Nathaniel Ouazana, Baroukh Benaim and Nathan Cohen

Best Essay- English

Cycle I:
1st place: David Somech
2nd place: Arielle Rohr
3rd place: Emil Hersson Edery
Honorable Mention: Sara Ohayon, Ari Samuels, Yehuda Bessner
Cycle II: 
1st place: Yoni Mydlarski
2nd place: Yael Blechman
3rd place: Gita Margolese
Honorable Mention: Shai Edery, Aryeh Punski, Ryan Schwartz
Prizes included gift cards to Best Buy and iTunes and were distributed based on the number of submissions in each category. Thank you to Rabbi Eliyahu Delouya for delivering an inspiring Dvar Torah to the student body.  Thank you to Richard Bond, Rabbi Baruch Abramovitz and Joanne Druker for coordinating the competition and to Vicky Szyf, Joe Saragosti,  Chirs Taylor and Tia Ayrton for their invaluable input on all the submissions.
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