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Saturday, February 16, 2019

Schools

Yeshivat Noam 1Gimmel Students Get Their Siddurim

The first graders in 1Gimmel receiving their siddurim at the Genia Horn, z”l Judaic Studies Tekes Chagigat HaSiddurim.

Bruriah Students Join Pittsburgh CommUnity Shabbaton

In response to the shooting at the Tree of Life shul in Pittsburgh, 10 Bruriah students joined the Pittsburgh community on a recent Shabbat, to join with fellow Jews in giving strength to the community. The theme for the Hillel Academy of Greater Pittsburgh CommUnity Shabbaton was that achdut strengthens the Jewish nation.

RYNJ Winning Streak Continues

RYNJ Torah Bowl teams were amazing at their last meet. The RYNJ girls team won three games, and tied one, and the RYNJ boys team won all four of their games. RYNJ Torah Bowlers are still undefeated. Kol hakavod!

Color War Adds to the Simcha at Ma’ayanot

In celebration of Rosh Chodesh Adar 1, Ma’ayanot enjoyed a two-day, ruach-filled color war. Each grade represented a different theme related to Purim: ninth grade/blue team celebrated simcha, 10th grade/red team demonstrated achdut, 11th grade/green team embodied hakarat hatov and 12th grade/black team exhibited

Moriah Pre-K Stays Healthy

This week The Moriah School pre-k students learned about health. They had many special visitors who taught them all about how to stay healthy. The children had a number of doctor parents and grandparents who taught them what doctors do. They enjoyed using stethoscopes, taking their blood pressure and looking in

TABC Inducts 64 Seniors Into National Honor Society

Sixty-four TABC seniors were inducted into the Segula Chapter of the National Honor Society this week. The large group of proud parents, grandparents and other family members were welcomed with a Dvar Torah by Rosh Yeshiva Rabbi Yosef Adler. Rabbi Ari Zahtz, a former TABC rebbe, then delivered the keynote address with a wonderful charge to

LPS Celebrates Rosh Chodesh Adar

Lubavitch on the Palisades preschool students enjoyed a special Rosh Chodesh concert and sing along with Rabbi Jake. They sang songs, danced and welcomed in the month of Adar with lots of smiles.

BCHSJS Hosts Parent Breakfast With Speaker Susan Tuchman

This past Sunday, the Bergen County High School of Jewish Studies held a parent breakfast featuring guest speaker Susan Tuchman, director of the Center for Law and Justice of the Zionist Organization of America. The topic Tuchman spoke about was “Anti-Semitism and Israel Bashing on Campus: What You Should Know

RYNJ Fourth Grade Welcomes Special Visitor

RYNJ was honored to host poet and illustrator Douglas Florian, who gave a poetry workshop to fourth grade students. In preparation for his visit, each student researched an animal using the World Almanac for Kids database. Florian helped each child use their research findings to create an original poem of their own! What a

MTA Freshmen Learn Importance of Achdut During Chodesh Adar

MTA talmidim in Rabbi Kahn’s freshman shiur participated in a pre-Rosh Chodesh Adar I interactive discussion with Director of Religious Guidance Rabbi Ciment. The conversation focused on the importance of achdut and inclusivity during the month of Adar. Talmidim in every freshman shiur meet with Rabbi Ciment

BPY Early Childhood Programs Robot to Draw

Picasso is not the only artist early childhood classes are learning about. This week’s artist was their very own... Cubetto! After fastening a marker to Cubetto, programs were created to make different shapes. While Cubetto effortlessly made a line and a circle, shapes possessing corners (squares, triangles,

Israeli Arab Writer Sayed Kashua Visits SAR HS

On Thursday, January 31, SAR High School’s 10th grade Ivrit class welcomed a special guest, author Sayed Kashua. These students are currently reading Kashua’s book ״,ערבים רוקדים״ (“Dancing Arabs”) and it was an honor to have him visit SAR High School. Similar to his protagonist, Kashua was born in the small