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Thursday, May 24, 2018

Schools

JKHA Students Enjoy Evening With Yachad

JKHA eighth graders visited the Mendel Balk Yachad Center and had an amazing time with Yachad participants. The students participated in cake wars and basketball before enjoying a pizza dinner together with all their friends. It was a great night full of inclusion and fun. JKHA thanks New Jersey Yachad for having

IBECC Children Plant a Garden

The children planted two gardens this week—a vegetable garden and a flower garden. In the vegetable garden, the Sunflower class planted carrots, cucumbers and tomatoes. The Butterfly class planted flowers. Some of the children had a chance to make holes in the soil and the other ones had a chance to put the plants in the

Frisch Showcases ‘Names, Not Numbers©’ Documentary

On May 14, 20 Yeshivat Frisch students who participated in “Names, Not Numbers©” had the opportunity to showcase their work from the past year, with the screening of a documentary about their collection of four powerful Holocaust testimonies. Parents, friends, teachers, students and the survivors themselves

Yeshivat He’Atid and Ma’ayanot Collaborate for Yom Yerushalayim

For the second year, Ma’ayanot High School for Girls and Yeshivat He’Atid held a combined program for Yom Yerushalayim last Friday. The day began with tefillah and spirited dancing before moving on to a short tekes. The ceremony began with a brief introduction from Ma’ayanot students to Yom

RYNJ Marks Yom Yerushalayim

RYNJ students celebrated and experienced the miracle of Yom Yerushalayim with a festive and memorable daglanut performance, an interactive and educational program learning about the gates of Yerushalayim and feasted on some yummy yerushalmi kugel.

Dr. Moshe Avital Speaks to SAR HS Students

In conjunction with their study of the State of Israel, the 10th grade, along with some of their parents and grandparents, welcomed Dr. Moshe Avital to school. Dr. Avital survived Auschwitz and numerous other camps and came into Palestine illegally after World War II. After being freed from a British detention camp, he quickly

Moriah Seventh Graders Visit Philadelphia

The Moriah seventh graders had an action-packed trip to Philadelphia earlier this week. On Monday they started the tour of historical Philadelphia at the National Constitution Center. After lunch they visited the Mikve Israel Synagogue where they met with the rabbi, learned the special history of the shul and davened Mincha. The

Tenafly Chabad Academy Participates in MakerXpo

On May 6, students from Tenafly Chabad Academy participated in the third annual MakerXpo, which was part of the larger CIJE Innovation Fair. In STEM this year, the children had explored balance by designing and building balance sculptures. At the MakerXpo, the students helped visitors to their booth design and

TABC Welcomes Rabbi Reuven Taragin in Advance of Yom Yerushalayim

Last week, Rabbi Reuven Taragin, head of the overseas program at Yeshivat HaKotel, addressed TABC students in preparation for Yom Yerushalayim. The talmidim first watched a short film about the miracle of the Six Day War. Rabbi Taragin then discussed the significance of Yerushalayim for the Jewish people. L’shana Haba

Yeshivat Frisch Senior Seminars Begin

Yeshivat Frisch’s Senior Seminars program began last week, during which seniors have been going on a variety of enriching trips as well as hearing lectures from top-tier professionals on topics of critical, practical and spiritual import.

The senior field trips have focused

LPS Hosts Special Guest Breakfast

Lubavitch on the Palisades preschoolers welcomed their parents into their classrooms with a special program. Fathers, mothers and/or special guests joined their children for tefillah and breakfast. Each child used their own handmade siddur and presented their special guest with a gift and card.

Grandparents and Special Visitors Spend the Day at Yeshivat Noam

Yeshivat Noam welcomed over 400 guests at Grandparents and Special Visitors Day. The special day opened with a beautiful musical performance by the second graders led by Morah Adina Mermelstein. Next, using humorous and interesting stories, eighth graders Zachary and Jacob Becker, shared insights and experiences