After a two week vacation, public school students around the country returned to their classes. While most Jewish students are not receiving any Jewish content during the school day, there is a growing number of Jewish clubs that have been initiated by Jewish students in their local schools. The largest program is called JSU or Jewish Student Union which helps facilitate almost 250 clubs in the United States and Canada. There are more than 10,000 teenagers that attend these programs on a regular basis. In Florida, Rabbi Josh Broide serves as the Director of JSU South Florida and is working with a number of synagogues and organizations to expand the Jewish clubs. For more information on JSU, please visit www.jsu.org. Or visit the JSU South Florida page on Facebook and become a fan.