Preschool children at Lubavitch on the Palisades prepared for Rosh Hashanah with special games, crafts, songs and activities. The children learned all about how bees make honey and had a taste of sweetness for the new year when they enjoyed a special snack of apples dipped in honey.
Tenafly Chabad Academy welcomes the graduating class of 2026.
At Ma’ayanot’s annual Kinus Teshuva shiur, which was held on Tzom Gedaliah, Rabbi Larry Rothwachs of Congregation Beth Aaron of Teaneck, director of professional rabbinics at Yeshiva University’s Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS), and former Ma’ayanot parent, spoke to students on the topic “iForgive: Real
On Thursday, September 12, Heichal HaTorah held a special assembly to commemorate the events of Sept 11, 2001. An uplifting video was shown, and survivor Avi Fried addressed the student body, describing the miraculous story of his survival. The students came away inspired to live lives of chesed and to never take
MTA kicked off another amazing year of learning with Mishmar Madness, an optional learning program which takes place every other month after regular Thursday night mishmar. More than 130 talmidim participated in this incredible event, which included chaburahs with YU talmidim, meaningful shiurim with MTA rebbeim
The children at the Leah Sokoloff Nursery School of Shomrei Torah in Fair Lawn are enjoying their new friends in the new school year. They made friendship handprints in conjunction with learning about Yom Kippur and are looking forward to visiting the shul sukkah and making their very own sukkah creations.
RYNJ proudly participated in the second annual Day of Jewish Unity that commemorates the yahrtzeit of the Chofetz Chaim zt”l. Rabbi Daniel Price, head of school, introduced and recited two perakim of Tehillim to the entire school, which were then said in unison.
With the hustle and bustle of students in the halls, school is back in full force! The students arrived to the first day of school with excitement. They were thrilled to see one another and eager to share their summer happenings. By 8:00 a.m. students were signing in to the new attendance system, and the sweet sound of