As part of Frisch’s Herschmann-Chouake Israel Advocacy Program last week, students and faculty at Yeshivat Frisch heard the unique story and perspective of Yoseph Haddad, an Israeli Arab Christian. Haddad served as a commander in the elite Golani unit of the Israel Defense Forces, where he was severely injured.
Thank you to Morah Limor Levy for inviting the Yeshivat He’Atid 5A girls to her home to perform the mitzvah of hafrashat challah. The mitzvah and bracha were done for the sake of a refuah sheleima for דויד בן אידל. He’Atid love when teachers open their homes for students, especially to practice
On Sunday, February 3, MDS students excelled in the Tri-State Chess Tournament held at Manhattan Day School. The MDS Team came in first place in the elementary section and won a team trophy for the school. Fifth grader Noa A. won first place in the section and received an individual first place trophy. All MDS tournament
Yavneh Academy hosted Jeffrey Ohrenstein from the London based “Memorial Scrolls Trust.”
This organization took upon itself the preservation and distribution of over 1,500 sifrei Torah that were saved from destruction during the second World War.
Kol Chaverim Preschool enjoyed a special visit from a dentist and her puppet this week! The class focused on healthy eating and keeping our teeth clean. They enjoyed incorporating math, science and literacy into all classes. They can’t wait to use their sticker chart for brushing this week!
On Thursday, Jan 31, TABC’s freshman class had the first ever Freshman Chill. To kick off their second semester of school the group went to Urban Air where they had the entire place to themselves and had a blast. From there it was an awesome lunch at Noah’s Ark where the entire class enjoyed words of Torah
Dr. Lori Nasif, from Fort Lee Cosmetic Dentist joined Preschool at Chabad for a fun and engaging, hands on lesson about dental health. The children enjoyed the opportunity to use brush the alligators teeth and count them using dental tools. They pointed to healthy foods they like that are good for their teeth. and enjoyed follow-up
Yeshivat He’atid’s pre-k celebrated health week last week. Students learned all about different ways to stay healthy and strong. They had a few special visitors come and give them professional advice as well. Thank you to Dr. Michelle Weissman and Dr. Eytan Chen for taking the time!
Yeshivat Noam is proud to report that the middle schoolers had record breaking participation in the Shamati Learning Program over winter break. Seventy six students made a siyum in celebration of completing learning their mishnayot— masechet Rosh Hashanah or masechet Makkot—depending on whether they are in