This past week marked the culmination of the Yavneh Academy fourth graders’ study of the 50 states. In preparing for their State Fair, each student was assigned a state to research. Then, using their information, the students created colorful and informative brochures designed to persuade others to
Mishenichnas Adar Marbim B’Simcha — When the month of Adar arrives we should increase our joy. At Schechter, this phrase rose to new heights during Crazy Hat and Sock Day, which celebrated the arrival of the new month of joy.
Chodesh Adar started off on the right foot this week at Yeshivat He’Atid. Rosh Chodesh began with a school-wide Hallel for grades one through six and a special Shacharit for the preschool. Kindergarten and pre-k students davened together and students with birthdays in Adar were recognized.
BPY students of all ages marked Rosh Chodesh Adar with a spirited topsy turvy day. Banot Sherut, Avia and Adar, amazed the students by turning the school hallways into Shushan itself, creating a celebratory and festive atmosphere for singing and dancing to welcome Adar.
Kol Chaverim Preschools of Fair Lawn and Teaneck enjoyed getting ready for President’s Day and Rosh Chodesh Adar! They enjoyed posing with flags and dressing up as George Washington and Abe Lincoln. The children also decorated clowns, made groggers and enjoyed a school wide Rosh Chodesh assembly filled with cheering,
Lubavitch on the Palisades School toddler, nursery and pre-k students dressed up as kings, queens, princesses and princes to usher in the month of Adar. The students paraded down the halls of LPS in their Adar finery, dancing to festive Purim music. The parade ended at a special assembly where the children learned that the
The JKHA theme this month in its monthly meaning program is simcha. The sixth grade looks forward to leading the school in this exciting adventure. Simcha will be enhanced throughout the building all month long. Each division will have exciting dress up days. Sixth graders will be creating a music
In what is becoming an annual custom, Yeshivat He’Atid received a surprise Adar visit from TABC’s senior class. Dressed in costume and accompanied by a speaker in a shopping cart, the surprise visitors sang and danced throughout the entire school, filling He’Atid with Purim spirit!
Moriah middle schoolers have reached an incredible milestone this past week as they celebrated the completion of the first half of Sefer Hamitzvot—all of the positive commandments. Every morning immediately after davening, a group of 14 students spend a little quality time with their rebbe, Rabbi Eisenberger (Rabbi E), learning