Saturday, February 16, 2019


Anshei Lubavitch Preschool Celebrates 100 Days of School

Anshei Lubavitch celebrated 100 days of smiles, friendship and preschool fun last Thursday. Teachers and students dressed up like 100 year olds while enjoying special activities, crafts and games.

LPS Kindergarten Visits Recycling Center

Lubavitch on the Palisades kindergarten students visited the Westchester Recycling Center and learned about the three R’s: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. They watched how recycled garbage was reproduced into beautiful sculptures, pictures and furniture. They enjoyed watching the whole process of how a plastic bottle

Moriah Fifth Grade Participates in Safah Program

Moriah fifth graders have really been making progress in their Hebrew language studies. This year, fifth grade safah classes are taught in small groups whereby students receive instruction from a fifth grade kodesh teacher or by a sixth grade Hebrew language teacher. This model allows students to receive targeted

Sy Syms School of Business Professor Robert Tufts Leads Workshop at MTA

On Thursday, February 7, Sy Syms School of Business Professor Robert Tufts led a workshop at MTA, which focused on how to develop a business plan. The workshop is part of MTA LEAD, a one-of-a-kind entrepreneurship program designed to empower talmidim with the ability to build on their entrepreneurial ideas and create

BPY Sixth Grade Plays Mesopotamia Monopoly

After several weeks of learning about the ancient civilization of Mesopotamia using primary and secondary sources, the sixth graders took on the creative assignment of bringing a piece of Mesopotamia to life for a grade-wide museum. Students designed the irrigation system essential to the civilization’s growth, the

Dr. Tzipora Meier to Join Naaleh Faculty

Naaleh High School for Girls is thrilled to welcome Dr. Tzipora Meier to its faculty for the coming school year. Dr. Meier will establish Naaleh’s college guidance department as well as serve as an educational consultant for Naaleh’s administration and faculty. Dr. Meier brings over 30 years of experience in Frisch and SKA, and as a

Idea School Students Welcome Adar With Teamwork and Fun

Students at the Idea School are preparing for the second semester exhibition of student learning set to take place on Thursday, February 21 at the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades. While they have been working hard to gear up for their presentations to a large crowd of parents, prospective students and many guests, the

Middle School Kollel Learns at Ben Porat Yosef

What a beautifully uplifting evening at the Monday night BPY middle school kollel! In honor of Rosh Chodesh Adar, BPY had chavruta learning, pizza dinner, tefillat Arvit and a shiur Morah Jessica! What was the topic? Simcha, of course. The students all said that there was no better person to inspire them! There

Gan Yavneh Loves to Brush Their Teeth

Gan Yavneh enjoyed a special visit this week from a dentist. They also used real toothbrushes to paint and focused on healthy foods that are good for their teeth. They incorporated sequencing and sorting into their lessons. Gan Yavneh loves to stay healthy!

Tenafly Chabad Academy Enjoys Spring-Like Weather

The recent warm weather made everyone so happy! TCA students enjoyed some much needed and long missed outdoor recess time on the rooftop playground.

ELA Surgeons Learn at Academies @ GBDS

The second grade students at Academies @ GBDS are focusing on reading nonfiction, which is a critical skill. The children have learned about the text features that are unique when reading nonfiction. After learning terms such as a table of contents, glossary, captions, photographs, index and bold print, the

TABC Alumni and Faculty Reunite in Israel

The Yeshurun Central Synagogue in the heart of Yerushalayim was filled with warmth and excitement on Motzei Shabbat parshat Beshalach as more than 70 TABC alumni, some studying in yeshivot in Israel, others serving in the IDF or living in Israel, gathered together for a beautiful reunion melave malka. The students