Yavneh Academy students were privileged to build a 15 foot Lego chanukiyah on Chanukah. Guided by with architect Stephen W. Schwartz AIA from the Building Blocks Workshops, Yavneh Academy third and fourth graders worked in small groups to complete different sections of the enormous chanukiyah. The entire lower
When Chanukah comes around the excitement doesn’t stop at Moriah! Every day of Chanukah was jam-packed with activities; it was hard to keep track of everything!
On each day of Chanukah the early childhood hosted a Chanukah celebration for one of their classes. Parents,
Have you heard about the sevivon challenge in early childhood robotics? Each child created his or her own sevivon and then transformed Cubetto, the robot, into a sevivon. In small groups, children designed programs to make sevivon Cubetto spin. Utilizing their computer science skills, some groups directed Cubetto
The ruach and achdus were felt throughout the MTA campus, as the entire yeshiva celebrated together at its Chanukah chagiga on Thursday, December 6. The event kicked off with latkes and sufganiyot, a video presentation, and a Dvar Torah from Rosh Yeshiva Rabbi Michael Taubes. Then, talmidim, rebbeim and
Naaleh students embraced their first Chanukah with nonstop fun, song, dance, creativity, bonding and laughter. The student-led Yom Tov committee, CHAP, took charge to devise a week of amazing activities that cultivated school spirit and connectedness. From an inspiring Chanukah shiur from Bethany Strulowitz, to
Throughout the week, the Yeshivat Noam beit midrash was never empty. Students signed up to learn Mishnayot with the goal of making a siyum on sefer Moed. After completing over 680 Mishnayot, the students learned all of sefer Moed. Enhanced by the music of Rabbi Simcha Willig and Divrei Torah by their peers, The
RYNJ students enjoyed a fun filled week of amazing Chanukah activities. To top off the week students enjoyed an awesome Mordechai Shapiro concert! Dressed in an RYNJ achdus shirts, the students’ ruach and spirit were palpable.
Thank you to the RYNJ PTA for sponsoring such an
As fun as it is to get presents on Chanukah, it can be much more rewarding to give. Yeshivat He’Atid students gave back in three major ways this Chanukah: First, the school participated in the annual Bergen County Toy Drive. Second, each class from grades one to five gave a gift to the school. These gifts ranged