It has been said that if we were to have a minute of silence for every victim of the Holocaust - then we would be silent for eleven and a half years.
The eight grade students and staff at the Jordan-Small Middle School had the honor of hearing Rudy Horowitz, a child Holocaust survivor, talk about his book, “Avoiding the Cracks”.
This special event coincided with an integrated curriculum unit that the students have been working on during their Social Studies and ELA classes.
Mr. Horowitz not only shared personal experiences and excerpts from his book, but also shared words of wisdom, guidance and his positive outlook about future generations.
Shown here is Molly Cochrane with Mr. Horowitz, after she shared a poem that she had written.