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Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Schools

Anshei Lubavitch Daycare Teaches the Smallest Students About Yom Kippur

The children at Anshei Lubavitch Daycare had lots of fun preparing Yom Kippur. At the Yom Kippur shoe store, children had a chance to practice picking out, trying on and buying shoes while learning about the laws of not wearing leather shoes on Yom Kippur. After learning the story of Yonah and the whale, the

Moriah Thanks the Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey

The Moriah School is greatly appreciative to the Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey for enabling its students to benefit from the Achieve3000 and Newsela programs. Using these two digital programs has helped the upper lower school and middle school students get off to a great start. Both Achieve3000 and

BPY Students Prepare for Yom Kippur

Renowned chazzan, Shmuel Levy, has been busy with Ben Porat Yosef students during the past few weeks, teaching them and reviewing tunes from the tefillah of the yamim noraim. This week, he helped the students in third grade brush up on some important Yom Kippur tefillot. In addition, elementary school students viewed a

Yeshivat Noam Fourth Graders Create Sukkot

Yeshivat Noam fourth graders create kosher and non kosher sukkot to present at the sukkah fair.

 

RYNJ Wishes Everyone a Chag Sameach!

TABC Freshman Frenzy Unites and Excites

This week, TABC’s freshmen spent a fun day out together, as they experienced Freshman Frenzy, a day of bonding and fun. The day began with team building exercises, as they played human foosball. Attached to PVC pipes, the freshmen had to move side to side without taking their hands off the piping to

Yavneh Academy Students Learn Together During Aseret Yemei Teshuvah

Inter-grade learning is one of the most inspirational programs at Yavneh Academy. Students in grades five through eight prepared a lesson to teach to children in grades one through four. They learned all about Yavneh’s two themes of the year, kavod and community, and how the two are inter-connected. It

Ma’ayanot Students Prepare for Yom Kippur

During Aseret Yemei Teshuva, students at Ma’ayanot participated in activities that deepened their connections, spiritually and communally, through teshuva, tefillah, and tzedaka.

On Thursday, September 28, students were privileged to attend a Kinus Teshuva shiur by

Frisch Sophomore Hailed as ‘Kosher Culinary Batman’ on National Television

(Courtesy of Yeshivat Frisch) Yeshivat Frisch sophomore Eitan Bernath wowed television audiences across the country—not to mention a panel of celebrity chef judges—when he appeared on a superfan episode of the Food Network show “Guy’s Grocery Games” with Guy Fieri on Sunday, September 24. After tasting

Yeshivat He’Atid Studies Teshuva, Tefillah and Tzedaka

In preparation for Yom Kippur, first through sixth grade students at Yeshivat He’Atid had three days of special programming for Yom Kippur. The theme for the learning was teshuva, tefillah, and tzedaka, with one part of this triad discussed each day.

For teshuva, students

Yeshivat Noam Early Childhood Students Get Ready for Sukkot

Moriah Kicks off a New Year of Family Mishmar

The sounds of Torah and the smell of delicious food filled the air—Family Mishmar is back at Moriah! This past Wednesday evening, Moriah started up its popular Family Mishmar program for the ‘17-‘18 school year. Over 100 people filled the Moriah lunch room, consisting of students, parents and grandparents.