Each year the JKHA middle school Haggadah is a highlight of the Pesach preparation experience, and a reflection of the student learning experience in school featuring the divrei Torah that would be imparted by teachers and the halachot studied and experienced in school. Since they could not implement their
Last Thursday, students in Morah Tova Itzkowitz’s KB class had a surprise visitor drive by their homes! Morah Tova found a way to visit with each of her students and bring smiles to their faces during this time away from school. They were all so happy to see her and her beautifully decorated car!
RKYHS students who have been participating in the Interfaith Exchange Program throughout the year joined together with students from St. Benedict’s Preparatory Academy in Newark for a model Seder via zoom. Led by RKYHS junior Eli Novick, the group went through some of the key parts and themes of the Seder. The
Bruriah Middle School had an amazing GO activity on Zoom for students in grades six to eight. Middle School educator, Mrs. Gelbfish, gave everyone a list of basic household supplies (two napkins, one plate, etc.) and gave them a challenge—in 12 minutes, they were asked to make something that could be helpful for the time at home,
TABC’s Zoom classes, now in their second week, have been going remarkably well. Both the students’ commitment to their studies and the teachers’ incredible devotion to their students and their learning experiences are truly impressive. As usual, though there is a lot more going on above and beyond classes at
This past week not only brought many new facets to the Yavneh Academy distance learning platform, but middle school students also had the opportunity to join together via Zoom for night activities.
Middle school learned how to make delicious chocolate chip sticks with Limor
A typical school day offers much more than academic subjects—it offers social connection, physical education, spiritual uplift, communal tefillah, extracurricular programming, meeting with mentors and just plain fun. Ma’ayanot has successfully moved its courses online and is maintaining student learning and
Week two of distance learning brought nothing but smiles for the students of Tamar's Learning Center! Packages of books, magnet boards/tiles, document cameras, digital writing pads and more were delivered to each student's home, as needed, allowing them to physically manipulate their materials while they learn
Yavneh is so proud of the Yavneh early childhood children! While younger Hawks are at home, they have shared on the Mitzvah Note Wall ECD Padlets many acts of chesed that they have been performing. Students have been davening nicely, giving tzedaka, sorting groceries, helping to clean up in the basements, washing