More than 100 talmidim participated in another incredible Mishmar Madness program at MTA last Thursday night. A bi-monthly learning program following regular Mishmar, the event featured chaburahs with Yeshiva University talmidim, rotating shiurim with MTA rebbeim, dinner from Carlos and Gabby’s and an
Heichal students brought in Adar with a phenomenal ski trip. On Thursday, the whole school boarded busses to the Poconos, with an option of participating in either skiing or snowboarding. They spent an exhilarating day on the slopes and came home recharged and revitalized.
Preschoolers learned all about staying healthy in the winter. They learned about the importance of dressing warm, washing hands with soap and eating healthy foods. They talked about the different categories of foods and the benefits of eating fruits and vegetables. Each child brought a fruit or vegetable which
Thanks to a huge team of parent volunteers from the PSP, Parent School Partnership, Health Week was educational and stimulating for all the students at Yeshivat Noam. The mind and body workshops for grades three, four, and five were fantastic with highlights such as a fitness class, a yoga
On Friday February 16, the second-grade boys of RYNJ had a very special interview opportunity. In conjunction with their Social Studies unit on people who make/made a difference, the boys interviewed RYNJ Chairman of the Board Rabbi Yudi Rosenbaum and RYNJ President Glenn Pfeiffer.
Rabbi Schaum’s Yavneh Academy sixth grade Mishnah classes are currently working on a project to create podcasts that discuss crucial aspects of tefillah, based on the mishnayot of the fifth perek of Masechet Berachot. To help facilitate making podcasts that are interesting and engaging, the students were visited by Immanuel
During the Civil Rights era, Yeshivat Frisch English teacher Luisa Frey was a little girl growing up in New Jersey. Her parents were both active in the American Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s, and when families of color started moving into their predominantly white small town, Frey and her
While in the midst of students wearing many different and creative types of hats all joined together for an elementary school wide reading of “Caps For Sale.” The students, fully engrossed in the book, never expected bickering administrators and then...color war! The school divided into four
Did you hear the news? Guess who’s back in town! That’s right—Uncle Moishy came to JEC!
To start off Adar celebrations, Uncle Moishy entertained the JEC Early Childhood and youngest grades with songs about Torah and mitzvot. The show began with some Purim shtick
Congratulations to JKHA middle school faculty members Sri Sundaram and Ariella Landy for receiving Honorable Mention from the Kohelet Foundation in the prestigious national Kohelet Prize for Progressive Education competition. The pair won out of thousands of submissions in the “Development of Critical and/or Creative Thinking”
TABC’s delegation to the Yeshiva University National Model United Nations (YUNMUN) represented their countries, and their school, with distinction. Coach Moshe Zharnest (himself a TABC alumnus of the class of 2005) proudly reported that the TABC students had 100% participation at davening and at every program, and that numerous