Yeshivat Frisch is excited to announce the dedication of the Herschmann-Chouake I-LAB (Israel Learning and Advocacy Base), a new space for the school’s Israel advocacy training program. The ILAB Israel Education and Advocacy program, directed by Rabbi David Sher, is an important pillar of Frisch’s mission to develop
Exciting developments are on the horizon at The Moriah School of Englewood along with the appointment of a new president and chairman of the board. Moriah is proud to introduce Aaron Yunis and Zvi Rudman who have assumed these leadership roles with the start of the school year.
TABC’s night seder is off to a strong start! “V’hagita bo yomam valayla.” TABC’s beit midrash continues to be filled with a kol Torah every evening after the school day has ended. Many talmidim choose to stay for night seder under the guidance of Rabbi Raphi Mandelstam. Students can either learn
In advance of Rosh Hashanah, Yavneh Academy early childhood students learned all about apples while using their five senses. To culminate the unit, the children were lucky enough to participate in making apple cider. As John and Eric from Quiver Farms explained the process of making apple cider, the
The Tenafly Chabad Academy middle school is fortunate to attend weekly dedicated STEAM classes, starting this year. To begin the semester, each class participated in a building challenge. The rules were simple: the classes were split into teams. Using two flat materials, tape and newspaper, they were challenged to build the tallest
The Moriah School’s first ever Moriah Tots was a huge success! Led by Moriah’s early childhood music teacher Morah Kelly, we had a big crowd of mommies and babies packed in our beautiful new space. Everyone enjoyed the music and games. Parents and children alike are already looking forward to the next class!
Throughout the year, Yeshivat He’Atid will increase its focus on midot tovot. The school’s new social worker, Ariela Brum, is spearheading a program focused on teaching kindness. Every month, a new form of kindness will represent the theme of the month. Brum will introduce the midah to each class at
Ben Porat Yosef fifth grade students, on their own initiative, organized a lemonade and bake sale after discussing, in class, the devastation left by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma on so many Americans. They sold baked goods and drinks with proceeds going to organizations that are collecting funds for survivors.
The Shofar Factory visited Yavneh Academy this week speak to the third grade classes. Rabbi Grossbaum explained to the students what kind of animal can be used to make shofarot and how to make one. The students in each class were involved in making a shofar for their class. The children really learned