Last Friday, the Moriah middle school students continued their participation in Yachad’s “28 Days of Inclusion” campaign in honor of North American Inclusion Month (NAIM) with assemblies discussing the importance of disability inclusion. Throughout these sessions, students watched clips from popular movies and TV shows that
Recently, 10 TABC students, led by Rabbi Jonathan Kessel, went to Puerto Rico for five days to help with the Hurricane Maria cleanup. The group was joined by heads of NCSY and seven Fair Lawn High School students. The group landed late Wednesday night and, after an early Shacharit, headed to the city of Yabucoa to
Tenafly Chabad Academy’s seventh and eighth graders spent a few weeks studying the Civil War. As a culminating event, each student created an ABC of Civil War facts. The students researched and organized their information, creating a variety of charts, individualized by the choice of each student. Yes, everyone found
On Sunday, March 3, BCHSJS students, Principal Fred Nagler and the board members were among those that volunteered their time making calls at Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey’s Super Sunday. For some of the students, this was their first Super Sunday and it was a great way to get involved in a community
This week, Naaleh’s chesed committee took advantage of a local volunteer opportunity in advance of Purim, packing dozens of mishloach manot for Project Yechi. Project Yechi is a local organization that raises funds to provide financial support to families suffering from illness.
Congratulations to the RYNJ Torah Bowl teams who won the division championships at Tuesday’s playoff meet. This is the first time in RYNJ history that both the girls teams and the boys teams clinched their division in the same year. Double the nachat! RYNJ is so proud of our hard working students: Chana Aspir, Talia
In honor of Rosh Chodesh Adar Bet, Lubavitch on the Palisades Preschool celebrated with a school wide royalty parade. Children came to school dressed as royalty wearing crowns, tiaras, capes, princess costumes and jewelry. Children made their own scepters for the parade as a class project.
This past Shabbos, MTA juniors in Rabbi Mendelson’s shiur, along with Yeshivat Makor Chaim talmidim who spent the month learning at MTA, spent a meaningful and inspirational Shabbos at their rebbe’s home in Brooklyn. A Friday morning tour of the Living Torah Museum set the tone for a Shabbos filled with learning and bonding,
This past Sunday, Yeshivat He’Atid first graders put on a beautiful siddur presentation! They recited lines, sang songs and danced to the nachat-filled delight of parents, grandparents and other family members in the audience. Each student received a siddur upgrade—the beautiful Koren siddur designed for