What an amazing day celebrating BPY’s 18th year anniversary with BPY grandparents and special visitors this week. Thank you to the hundreds (and hundreds) of visitors who came. It was absolutely magical! The children performed songs b’Ivrit and then the special guests visited the classrooms for activities
TABC was thrilled to have so many parents visiting the yeshiva for December 25th parent-son learning programs. The freshman and sophomore parents had the opportunity to learn with their sons and then sit in on their shiurim. The junior and senior parents had the opportunity to hear a wonderful shiur by Rav Judah
Is your fingerprint a loop, whorl or arch? Ask a Yeshivat Noam first grader about their unique fingerprint.
On Monday night, December 24, MTA hosted a Jewish Life on Campus night for juniors and seniors and their parents, highlighting the importance of considering Jewish life on campus when making college decisions. The evening began with an interactive presentation by Rabbi Hart Levine, founder of Heart To Heart, a student-run
RYNJ’s seventh and eighth grade parent-son learning program this past Sunday was a fabulous testament to the truly vibrant, dedicated and immensely enthusiastic RYNJ Torah community. With standing room only in the Mandel Family Beit Midrash, the phenomenal davening started the memorable day on a perfect note.
On Thursday, December 27, Naaleh High School for Girls opened its doors to over 95 eighth grade applicants—hailing from 13 elementary schools—for the second annual Naaleh Experience Day. The goal of the day was for the girls to meet the teachers, interact with different girls and get a taste of what high
Last week, as a tie in to the Moriah Reads program, and in conjunction with the ZOA (Zionist Organization of America), some of the Moriah middle school students wrote and decorated letters to IDF and lone soldiers in Israel, who are situated at bases which are seldom visited due to their locations. It was a wonderful
Yavneh Academy third grade students have begun to learn about deaf and blind individuals, their ability to overcome obstacles and the inventions that support their success. In connection with the unit, the students had the pleasure of welcoming Aaron Tauber, a blind attorney, and his wife, Dr. Susan Schachner, to
The Manhattan Day School sixth grade history class created a wax museum after reading biographies about various famous people who inspire them. Students from other grades came to visit the MDS wax museum, pressed a button and the wax figures came to life! Some standout presentations included Malala Yousafzai, George Washington,
Last week, Yeshivat Frisch was honored to host the Friendship Circle of Bergen County’s Winter Camp, a camp for Jewish children with special needs who attend local public schools. All Frisch juniors and seniors had the opportunity to volunteer with the campers on a rotational basis, exemplifying what it means to
Yeshivat He’Atid reached a milestone this week, surpassing its $200,000 goal needed to break even. The importance of operating with a surplus is so important that everyone got involved, including students! The school gathered in the cafeteria after tefillah and each class was given an opportunity to give add