This trimester, The Idea School students were engaged in a unit entitled the pursuit of justice and were asked to consider what it means to be a good citizen; what happens when personal morality conflicts with law; what are the levers people use to make ethical decisions and how the Talmud and other Jewish sources
Yavneh Academy early childhood was privileged to host the delightful Meish Goldish this week. Goldish is a well-known author of over 400 children’s books. Goldish read some of his books to the students and also explained some of the process book writing. He also had the “adar-able” children giggling as he played
Color war at MTA gave each and every talmid an opportunity to showcase their strengths and contribute to the fantastic energy. From Chidon HaTanach to grade-wide dodgeball, basketball, hockey, frisbee and soccer tournaments, chess competition, Chopped, STEM challenge, extreme Tic-Tac-Toe, Torah Bowl, yeshiva-wide
TCA first graders celebrated reaching the 100th day of school with hundreds of math and reading projects and activities. How many ways can you make 100?
What an amazing Wednesday night bringing in the feeling of Shabbat early! 150 people including BPY’s youngest students to its oldest, their mothers, fathers and grandmothers all enjoyed mixing, kneading and braiding challah. It was such a great event to kick off BPY’s Shabbat Across the Communities!
On Tuesday, February 26, Naaleh High School for Girls welcomed prospective freshmen for an evening of creativity and bonding. The goal of the event was for the girls to come together and to engage with prospective classmates and with current Naaleh faculty in a relaxed, fun environment. The feature presentation of the program was a
Moriah’s pre-k is truly living by “Mishenichnas Adar marbim b’simcha!” They have officially welcomed the spirit of Purim into their classroom. The class began familiarizing themselves with the famous Purim story by dressing up and acting out each scene. Taking on the roles of the characters and answering
Gan Yavneh enjoyed special reading visitors this week in honor of Dr. Seuss Week! Rabbi Knapp and “The Cat in the Hat” came to visit classes. Students also enjoyed a visit from security guard, Officer Jorge and Director Morah Elana! The children read stories, learned all about rhyming and enjoyed silly
Tenafly Chabad Academy celebrated Dr. Seuss’s birthday and Read Across America. The first graders read stories, talked about the different characters and silly words and learned about the life of Dr. Seuss, author of “The Cat in the Hat” and other favorites. Happy birthday Dr. Seuss!
Yeshivat Noam celebrated Dr. Seuss’s birthday with a week of new and creative programs.
There were birthday parties in each classroom where students decorated and wore birthday hats, ate “Hop on Pop”corn and made “Cat in the Hat” hats with bananas, strawberries and
Kol Chaverim Preschool learned all about Dr. Seuss this week in honor of his birthday! The children welcomed a special guest, The Cat in the Hat, who looked a lot like Morah Elana Ochs! She read to all the classes, played a silly movement game and reinforced important topics such as new vocabulary words, counting,