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Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Schools

TCA Middle School Climbs the Walls on Lag BaOmer

Grades five through eight at Tenafly Chabad Academy had a blast celebrating Lag Ba’Omer! The celebrations started at EJ’s Place where everyone got to go “behind the counter” and make their own pizzas! Following a delicious lunch, the students headed over to High Exposure! Both boys and girls could not get

LPS Preschoolers Prepare for Shavuot

Lubavitch on the Palisades preschoolers are counting down the days of the Omer and are excited for the holiday of Shavuot. In addition to learning about the Ten Commandments that were given on Shavuot, children learned about different flowers and are creating beautiful centerpieces for their holiday tables.

SINAI at Ma’ayanot Runs at Votee Park

SINAI at Ma’ayanot students capped off their yearlong focus on health and wellness with an invigorating run around Votee Park! Friends, family, teachers and therapists showed up to cheer the students along as they raced toward the finish line.

BPY Kindergartners Explore Flowers for Shavuot

As the BPY kindergarten learned about Shavuot and how Har Sinai was decorated in flowers, the students explored the history of Georgia O’keefe and her interest in painting flowers. They drew their own still life designs. They took their learning further and began to explore the ins and outs of flowers. Many were

RYNJ Enjoys State Fair

This year, the fourth grade students helped coordinate and run a remarkable State Fair! Both the girls’ and boys’ state fairs included the singing of patriotic songs to start off the night. In addition to researching and writing incredible papers on each of their designated states and making trifolds

TABC Celebrates Lag BaOmer—In Two Parts

TABC’s Lag BaOmer celebrations took place in two parts, due to the inclement weather. On Lag BaOmer day, TABC students, faculty and staff enjoyed a delicious barbecue complete with burgers, hot dogs and grilled salami! Even the drizzle which passed through as everyone joined together outside couldn’t dampen

Moriah Sixth Grade Holds Heritage Fair

On Wednesday, May 29, Moriah held its 22nd annual sixth grade Heritage Fair. The Heritage Fair is the culminating celebration at the end of a year-long unit that honors family mesorah. It is a unique educational experience in which the students document and preserve cherished artifacts and heirlooms that are part

Yavneh Academy Welcomes First Grade Grandparents, Special Visitors

On Friday, May 24, Yavneh Academy welcomed many guests to the inaugural First Grade Grandparents/Special Visitors Day. Children enjoyed working collaboratively on decorating challah covers followed by singing and dancing with erev Shabbat ruach in the beit midrash. What a great day of nachat with picture booth

BCHSJS Students Graduate

The Bergen County High School of Jewish Studies (BCHSJS) recently held its annual graduation at the JCC of Paramus/Congregation Beth Tikvah. This year’s 22 graduates are Elisabeth Bloom, Eila Brown, Itai Epstein, Matthew Fishman, Sabrina Fried, Miri Goodman, Dasi Grimaldi, Julia Holzsager, Eden Kaufman, Abraham

Yeshivat Frisch Concludes Another Outstanding Year of Engineering

How can people be forewarned about their dangerous, overheating electrical outlets? What if people could receive a body PH reading from simply using the bathroom, and be alerted as to whether they need to see a physician? And is there a way to navigate the quickest route through a crowded school hallway?

Moriah Celebrates Second Hachnasat Sefer Torah of the Year

It is not often that a school is able to celebrate a hachnasat sefer Torah, but two in one school year is unheard of! On Monday June 3, Moriah hosted the Sable-Wolf-Kaye family Torah dedication. Moriah parents Tanya and Darren Wolf, and the entire extended family, were in attendance for the simcha. Each grade in

TABC Evening of Scholarship Wows Crowd

On Tuesday evening, May 28, parents, faculty and fellow students were privileged to hear from nine exceptional TABC student scholars at the annual Distinguished Scholars Program banquet. The banquet provided an opportunity for the 10th graders in TABC’s Distinguished Scholars Program to present the research