On Friday, Dec. 6, Emerald Cove Middle School will host its 12th annual Holocaust Survivor Series Program in the school’s cafeteria. Students in all grades will be attending this special event. The program will educate students on exactly what happened to large groups of innocent people during World War II, as well as center on the remembrance of this horrendous event.
Each survivor will stress the importance of getting the word out to people about what really happened. During the event, five survivors will come to Emerald Cove and share their personal experiences and tell their personal stories.
Events such as the annual Holocaust Survivor Series at Emerald Cove bring to life the horror of this painful period in history. Those who lived it will share their most private experiences with the students.
The School District of Palm Beach County focuses on teaching the history of the Holocaust in a manner that leads to an investigation of human behavior; an understanding of the ramifications of prejudice, racism and stereotyping; and an examination of what it means to be a responsible and respectful person.
For more information about the program, call Barry Asch at (561) 803-8000.