Sunday, October 21, 2018


TABC Alumni Kollel Unites Students and Alumni in Torah Learning

TABC recently kicked off its Friday Alumni Kollel program. Twelve alumni will be joining this year for this special program which includes learning, mentorship, building relationships and maintaining connections between students and esteemed alumni.

Participants in this

RYNJ Makes the Most of Parshat Noach

RYNJ students enjoyed a petting zoo, rainbows, a teiva and more—all in honor of parshat Noach!

Yeshivat Noam Fourth Graders Experience a Sunrise Minyan

Thanks to the leadership of their creative rebbe, Rabbi Yaakov Nadler, Yeshivat Noam fourth graders experienced a sunrise minyan. Living the first two mishnayot of masechet Brachot, the students witnessed first hand the transformation from night to day, from dawn to mi’sheyakir, which is when it is light enough

Meteorologist Visits Yavneh Academy Third Graders

Ariel Schabes visited the Yavneh Academy third grade this week to tell students about how he became a meteorologist. Schabes created fog and a model tornado in the classroom. He even showed students a video of one of his weather reports. The students were thrilled to see the concepts from their weather unit come to life in the

No Homework, OMG, What Should I Do?

As a parent, I struggle personally when my children don’t have enough structure. Therefore, I become very excited when my children are occupied. Birthday parties, sports outings, and family events are all things that provide children with a sense of structure. Among other goals, homework and nightly assignments also provide

Kandinsky Comes to Moriah Kindergarten

In honor of parshat Noach, Moriah kindergarten students learned about the artist, Wassily Kandinsky. Kandinsky was inspired by music and the colors of the rainbow. He would often mix his own paint colors to use in his paintings. The children had a discussion about primary and secondary colors and then had the opportunity to paint

Parshat Noach Petting Zoo Visits Anshei Lubavitch Preschool

The petting zoo came to visit Anshei Lubavitch Preschool for parshat Noach! After learning all about animals during their parsha learning, the children had a blast getting to know their new animal friends at the visiting zoo.

RYNJ Rosh Chodesh Mar Cheshvan Breakfast Is Sweet

RYNJ ushered in the month of Mar Cheshvan with a beautiful Rosh Chodesh breakfast. With the lunchroom decorated in a rainbow theme, students enjoyed breakfast and rainbow cookies for parshat Noach.

BCHSJS Goes to Cipher Seeker Room Escape Challenge

On Saturday night, October 6, students at the Bergen County High School of Jewish Studies went on a trip to Cipher Seeker Room Escape Challenge in Waldwick. Students were divided into three different themed escape rooms—a murder mystery room, a lighthouse keeper’s quarters and a room where they had to save the

Ben Porat Yosef Welcomes Two New Administrators

Ben Porat Yosef (BPY) is delighted to announce and welcome Gabrielle Altman as director of development and marketing. Altman joins BPY with over 15 years of experience in development, marketing, public relations, grant writing, higher education and non-profit administration at organizations such as Yeshiva University, NYU-Langone Medical

SAR High School Hosts Open House

On Sunday morning, October 14, SAR High School held its annual Open House recruitment event for prospective ninth grade students and their parents. Over 825 students and their parents visited the campus for an introduction to the SAR High School experience. The two-part program was designed to give attendees a

LPS Bakes Challah for Rosh Chodesh

As a special activity in honor of Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan, preschoolers at Lubavitch on the Palisades baked challah from scratch. Students engaged in a literacy activity of reading the recipe chart and used their math skills to measure and add the ingredients. Students also observed how yeast helps the challah rise