Tuesday, June 19, 2018


MTA’s Scholarship Campaign Culminates at Seudah and Siyum

(Courtesy of MTA) More than 400 talmidim, rebbeim, parents and friends joined MTA on Wednesday, June 6, for its Yeshiva-Wide Seudas Preidah and Siyum, celebrating the Torah learning accomplishments of all talmidim and the culmination of its inaugural scholarship campaign, honoring Rabbi

JKHA Fourth Graders Research Native American Tribes

As the culmination to the fourth grade Native American unit, students exhibited their understanding of Native American culture in a special display. Students researched assigned tribes and created brochures. They researched food, economy, geography, shelter, important leaders and relationship with European

Seth Roland Soccer Camp at FDU: ‘Where Soccer Camp Meets Summer Camp’

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Do you want your child to attend a camp that has been around for 21 years, and whose camp director played and coached soccer for the United

Shavua Tov From RYNJ

RYNJ third graders were treated to a special Havdalah candle making program this past week. They learned all the aspects, and meaning, of Havdalah. They learned how to say “goodbye” to Shabbat and how to start out the week refreshed. Rabbi Grossbaum, director of Living Legacy for Bergen County, taught the students how to

SAR HS ‘Cookies for a Cause’ Volunteers at CHAM

Students in SAR High School’s Cookies for a Cause club volunteered at The Children’s Hospital at Montefiore on the morning of March 8. The student volunteers planned and facilitated spring-themed craft projects in a playroom, as well as played one-on-one with patients. This volunteer event is part of the club’s larger

BPY First Grade Uses Scientific Method to Help Them Wonder

Ben Porat Yosef first grade students continued learning about how the scientific method (systematic observation, measurement, experiment and the formulation, testing and modification of hypotheses) can help them ask and answer important questions about which they are curious. They wondered: “Who is stronger: me

Yeshivat He’Atid Pre-K Visits Van Saun

Yeshivat He’Atid pre-k students had a wonderful time on their trip to Van Saun Park and Zoo. Having a fun time as a group was a well-deserved way to celebrate a year of learning and growth.

TABC Hosts Evening of Innovation, Science & Scholarship

On Wednesday evening, June 6, TABC hosted a first of its kind “academic doubleheader” event featuring the innovations and research of several students in the sciences along with the independent research projects of this year’s cohort of tenth grade students completing the Distinguished Scholars

Gan Aviv Dvorim Class Donates Tzedaka to Bergenfield Firehouse

The dvorim class at Gan Aviv visited the local firehouse in Bergenfield. They toured the firehouse, practiced “stop, drop and roll” and proudly donated the tzedaka money they collected throughout the year to the firefighters.

Yavneh Academy Graduates Class of 2018

Mazal tov to the Yavneh Academy Class of 2018 on their graduation! The ceremony was held at Bergen PAC on Wednesday, June 13.

BPY Second Grade Learns Math and History Through Coins

Ben Porat Yosef second grade students enjoyed a special coin-inspired “show and tell” on Friday, June 1. Students brought in their own special coins and bills to exhibit and presented some facts about these coins from all over the world, including ancient and modern Israeli coins and some early coins used as currency

Anshei Lubavitch Preschool Enjoys Pre-K Graduation

Congratulations to the Pre-K graduates who celebrated their graduation from preschool surrounded by family and friends.