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Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Schools

TABC Celebrates Shavuot at Home and Across the Community

On Motzei Shabbat, the first night of Shavuot over a 175 students came to TABC to participate in the annual Tikkun Leil Shavuot program. Talmidim from outside of Bergen County made it a point to stay in the Teaneck area in order to be able to join in this special evening. Having so many students from different areas really enhanced

Baking and Father’s Day Are Fun at Leah Sokoloff Nursery School

The children of the Leah Sokoloff Nursery School baked delicious cheesecakes for the Shavuot holiday. The children enjoyed decorating cards and making gifts for their special abbas. the infants and toddlers made dot painted cards for their fathers and grandfathers and took pictures all dressed up in coat and tie!

BCHSJS Students Visit One World Observatory

Students at the Bergen County High School of Jewish Studies took a trip to One World Observatory. During the 47 second elevator ride to the 102nd floor, students watched the visual transformation of New York City along the walls of the elevator from the 1500s to present day. They then watched a video presentation in the

TCA Fifth Graders Move Up to Middle School

The fifth graders at Tenafly Chabad Academy celebrated the end of their elementary school years at a special breakfast in their honor. At their seudah, the children heard inspiring words of Torah from Rabbi Shain, their teachers, Morah Weber and Mr. Vaanunu, and their principal Mrs. Katzwer. Each student had an opportunity to share

Kol Chaverim Preschool Celebrates Father’s Day

KCP welcomed dads, abbas, grandpas and zaides for a special celebration. Children decorated #1 Dad hats together, put on a wonderful performance for their visitors and ended the party with a yummy breakfast! Some favorite songs were, “If you love Daddy and you know it,” “For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow,” and

Frisch Appoints Renowned Educator, International Bible Champion, as New Hebrew Chair

Yeshivat Frisch is happy to welcome accomplished Hebrew educator Yair Shahak as its new Hebrew language department chair. Previously, Shahak taught for five years at Yeshiva University, where in 2013 he won the distinguished Professor of the Year Award, an honor chosen by the student body. In 2016, Shahak made headlines worldwide

BPY Class of 2019 Visits Washington, DC

BPY’s awesome eighth grade returned from their graduation trip to Washington, D.C. The students enjoyed bonding with each other outside the classroom and participated in so many educational, meaningful and fun activities.They toured the White House, visited the National Zoo and the Air and Space Museum. They

Yeshivat He’Atid Hacks the Classroom

Do you have a practical problem requiring a life hack? Yeshivat He’Atid second graders can surely help you! As a culmination of weeks of work on a Project-Based Learning unit, students presented their classroom hacks in the first ever Yeshivat He’Atid Hack Fair. The audience learned about the process students

BPY Student Aderet Bassik Wins Paramus Poetry Contest

During poetry month, BPY students were invited to participate in the Paramus Public Library Poetry Contest. This contest gave students an opportunity to share their creativity and understanding of the elements of poetry. BPY is proud to share that Aderet Bassik received the fourth grade honorable mention for her poem, “Stars in

Yeshivat Noam Students Celebrate Learning Torah L’Shema

As part of the Genia Horn, z”l, Judaic Studies Program, students in grades one through five, who completed 12 or more hours of Torah learning l’shema, were invited to a celebratory pizza luncheon. The over 40 participating students were awarded with a keepsake special card with Kriat Shema as well as medals.

The Idea School Hosts Third Exhibition of Student Learning

On Thursday, June 4, at the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades, The Idea School held its third and final Exhibition of Student Learning of the 2018-2019 school year. Students presented their work to a record number of guests which included parents, incoming students as well as many community friends. Among the key

RYNJ Has Afternoon of Wonder

RYNJ sixth grade middle school girls participated in an afternoon of wonder. The activities of the afternoon focused upon building awareness of various disabilities. The novels that are a critical component of the sixth grade curriculum all focus upon the theme of overcoming adversity; the novels “Wonder” and