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RZJHS Collects Fourth Regional Title in the IHSA Basketball Championship!

“I’m shomer Shabbat, and it was a day of rest,” Silvers said, using the Hebrew phrase for a person who strictly observes the Sabbath. “I had a restful day. It was just the right thing to get ready for tonight.”

Almost all of the Class 1A and 2A regional title games took place Friday night, but that would not have worked for Sabbath-observing students of Rochelle Zell and Yeshiva. IHSA assistant executive director Matt Troha said an accommodation was made for the two Jewish schools from Deerfield and Skokie that allowed them to play later Saturday night, after the Sabbath had ended.
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Mathletes Sweep the Division

The RZJHS math team placed first in our division for the year at a thrilling meet, moving up an unbelievable 22 places in rank since last year!

“We had an incredible last meet of the season at Glenbrook South High School, competing alongside over 50 high schools from around the area," adviser Ms. Abramson reports. "The team did us proud, with most students competing well over and above their grade level. Our hardworking sophomores and juniors came in first place in competition, while our freshmen and seniors finished third. We also won the Most Improved Team award for moving up 22 places since last year!"
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RZJHS Takes Gold at De La Salle

Jonah Magill proudly represented Rochelle Zell Jewish High School against 15 larger Division 1 & 2 schools in the Coach Roy Fleet Track and Field Invitational at the De La Salle Institute in Chicago. This time Jonah brought home the gold for RZJHS in the 60 Meter Hurdles, finishing over one full second faster than his closest competitor. Jonah's recent performances have advanced him to the Number Two Ranking in the 55 Meter Hurdles in Illinois, Division 1A.
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Students in the news

Yasher koach to finalists Micah Stern and Leora Karoll, for the Response for Teens 2019 Extraordinary Adolescent Award. Response for Teens is a JCFS Chicago program specifically devoted to supporting adolescents (ages 12 through 24) and their families in the Jewish and general community.
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