Every month the sixth grade talmidot are privileged to hear from guest speakers as part of the RYNJ bat mitzvah program, “Orah Visimchah.” The presenters are women community leaders who serve as role models and sources of inspiration for the bnot mitzvah.
This past week,
On Sunday November 11, Ben Porat Yosef hosted its annual early childhood grandparent event, featuring brunch and a juggling show. Over 250 people attended, some of whom traveled from Memphis, Boston and throughout the tri-state area. Grandparents brought their grandchildren to the annual event which is a highlight
As TABC put the finishing touches on its brand new STEM Makerspace and Fabrication Lab, as well as a redesigned and expanded Storm Cafe, students are excitedly preparing to give these spaces their personal touch. Last week, Aryeh Tiefenbrunn’s ninth grade engineering students had a special shiur on hilchot mezuzah from
In honor of Election Day, the Moriah kindergarten students held their own election! They voted on their favorite snack and had to choose between crackers and pretzels. The children registered and then had the opportunity to vote. Once the polls closed, the teachers tallied the votes. Crackers was the winner! Majority
BPY celebrated Veteran’s Day by giving hakarat hatov to Rabbi Ira Kronenberg who served as a chaplain in the U.S. army for 36 years. He explained the history of Veteran’s Day and then shared his experiences highlighting the types of sacrifices that service men and women make. It was fascinating to hear about the
Preschool children at Lubavitch on the Palisades celebrated Rosh Chodesh Kislev with a special assembly. Adorned in beautiful crowns, the students danced to Chanukah music, learned new songs and began their countdown to the holiday.
On Monday, October 22, seniors in MTA’s Yeshiva Fellowship program kicked off a newly instituted chabura initiative. Seniors were split into three groups with a talmid serving as rosh chaburah of each group. Every Monday, a different talmid from the group will prepare a 10 minute chaburah for their group, which will be
On November 10, almost 100 SINAI parents gathered to socialize and to hear from Rabbi Larry Rothwachs, who spoke about how Torah can teach about life’s challenges. Pictured here are brothers Rabbi Larry Rothwachs, rabbi of Congregation Beth Aaron, and Rabbi Yisrael Rothwachs, dean of SINAI Schools.
Fall is in the air at Anshei Lubavitch Preschool! Students got into the autumn mood by raking leaves, painting tree limbs and incorporating leaves, acorns and other fall materials into their sensory play. The children have also had a wonderful time making fall projects and bringing the season into their music and
On Motzei Shabbat, November 10, Naaleh High School for Girls welcomed over 400 people to their Open House. Student and parent ambassadors, faculty, and board members greeted prospective students and parents, inviting them to enjoy a glimpse into the magic of Naaleh. The evening began with an address by Deena Kobre, Naaleh’s head
Gan Yaldenu Tots welcomed all the families this past Sunday for Family Fun Day. The families participated in quilt decorating, turkey hat making, an interactive puppet show, Hebrew dancing, face painting and family pictures by Abbie Sophia. It was a nice day for the families to join together to get to know each