On May 20, Yeshivat Frisch hosted its first annual Evening of Scholars. The event featured 11 presentations showcasing the impressive accomplishments of students who completed an independent study this year with various Limudei Kodesh and general studies faculty.
The students’ work
Our strong love and pride in our Jewish homeland was felt throughout the halls of TCA. Everyone in grades one through eight homemade chumus, Israeli salad and bourekas, joined an Israeli dance class, participated in learning games about Eretz Yisrael, and more!
Thank you to Josh Caplan and the leadership team at Teach NJ for advocating for increased funding for private schools in New Jersey. Teach NJ coordinated the visit of Assemblyman Gordon Johnson who spoke to and greeted Yeshivat Noam middle school students. Assemblyman Johnson spoke about public service, the role
RYNJ sixth graders attended the final session of the RYNJ Orah Visimchah bat mitzvah program. The girls have been exploring role models of Tanach and Rebbetzin Peshi Neuberger gave a fascinating shiur about Rachel Imeinu and her special qualities that inspire all of Klal Yisrael.
TABC’s annual Evening of the Arts took place Tuesday, May 14. The program featured a variety of artistic demonstrations beginning with a creative art gallery featuring student works created under the guidance of art teacher Helen Shankman. The performance program part of the evening, emceed by senior Netzach Schuman and junior Daniel
On Thursday, May 16, MTA seniors who participated in the “Names, Not Numbers©” program screened, “‘Names, Not Numbers©:’ A Movie In The Making.” The film, by Michael Puro, followed the group of 45 seniors as they interviewed seven Holocaust survivors and captured their stories. Now
Ma’ayanot congratulates senior Noa Berkowitz who was awarded a National Merit Scholarship.
In honor of Yom Ha’atzmaut, The Idea School students spent a week immersed in different activities conducted in Hebrew and celebrated Israel’s heritage, history and culture. Among the many programs were a yoga lesson and a Krav Maga lesson—both conducted in Hebrew, a ceremony honoring Israel’s fallen for
Students at Lubavitch on the Palisades are learning about spring through hands on exploration and crafts. Children went on a nature walk to observe the seasonal changes. Students learned to identify various flowers and insects and created beautiful collages and spring themed projects.
In Gan Henel, the children explored several cities in Israel utilizing a multi sensory approach. In Tzfat, the children became artists and experimented with painting on clear wrap. They noticed the difference in the texture and color as opposed to painting on paper. In Jerusalem, they sang songs and put a special something
Make way for the new generation of inventors! This week, fourth grade held an Invention Convention! As part of fourth grade’s unit on learning about New Jersey, students chose a New Jersey inventor to research and learned about their life and invention. Then the students built an invention of their own creation
KCP prepares for Lag BaOmer by learning all about Rabbi Akiva and being friends! The yeladim mixed red and yellow paint together to make orange bonfires with their fingers! They sang “Amar Rabbi Akiva” and learned his important lesson about loving our friends as we love ourselves. The children each made a