Last week the Moriah fifth grade concluded their oceanography unit with Oceanography Night. The evening began with a greeting and two songs performed by the entire fifth grade. Following a musical presentation, the fifth grade students led their parents to explore their areas of study. Guests were delighted by the
The children of the Leah Sokoloff Nursery School made aprons and jewelry boxes for their mothers in honor of Mother’s Day. They also learned about Yerushalayim and made special mizrach signs so they can daven towards Jerusalem every day. The children celebrated Yom Yerushalayim with song and dance and a special
Fifty two MTA engineering students presented 16 innovative STEM projects at the Center for Initiatives in Jewish Education—CIJE Innovation Fair, held on Sunday, May 6, at the New York Hilton. Five robotics team members also exhibited their own presentation. “We are incredibly proud of our students for their
Anshei Lubavitch preschoolers have been busy all week learning and preparing for Shavuot. From the youngest aleph through the pre-k classes, students have created beautiful pieces of process art to celebrate the giving of the Torah. Students in Morah Leah’s class created their own Torah scrolls which they filled
You’ve seen the hit TV show “Shark Tank,” where budding entrepreneurs vie for the chance to bring their dreams to reality. Welcome to “Carp Tank,” an inaugural event in which Ma’ayanot STEAM entrepreneurs pitched their inventions at the Jewish Home at Rockleigh on Tuesday, May 8.
Rabbi Kessel’s Y8 shiur dedicated an entire morning to finishing Mishnayot Seder Moed. Each chavruta had three weeks to prepare their mesechta and on Tuesday, May 1, the shiur finished it all together start to finish. The siyum was made by freshman Daniel Kroopnick with Rabbi Wiener and Rabbi Hoenig stopping in
For the second consecutive year, MTA senior Aryeh Greenberg has won a scholarship to attend the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, taking place from June 4-8, in San Jose, CA. WWDC offers 100 technical and design-focused sessions presented by Apple engineers, hands-on labs, one-on-one consultations with experts, guest speakers
The Department of Fire Safety met with each of the Yeshivat Noam third grade classes to talk about fire safety. Using a simulated fire experience, the students crawled through a window when the “house” filled with smoke.
Rabbi Moshe Grossbaum from the Living Legacy brought the Torah Factory to LPS preschool today. Pre-k and kindergarten students enjoyed learning about how a Torah is written and practiced writing Hebrew words with a real ink and quill all by themselves.
Mrs. Shatkin and Morah Vardit’s second graders have been studying animals and their habitats. They created dioramas and posters showing each animal in its natural habitat. Then, the children held an animal habitat fair and invited the first graders in to learn about different animals and where they live.
Moriah eighth grade Robotics Club students participated in the third annual MakerXpo at the CIJE Innovation Day at the New York Hilton this past Sunday, May 6. Students worked with their science teacher. Sandra Knoll to develop useful designs. Moriah presented four innovative original booths. They showcased a computer