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Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Schools

Preschoolers at Chabad of Fort Lee Learn Fire Safety

With the holiday of Chanukah, fire safety is an important topic to discuss. Many families will be celebrating by lighting Chanukah menorahs in their homes. The children at the Preschool at Chabad of Fort Lee enjoyed a visit from Firefighters Mary and John from the Fort Lee Fire Department for a fire safety lesson.

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RYNJ students of K2 complete their unit on Space with a trip to the moon in their hand-painted space shuttle.

Chumash Play at Moriah

Moriah 2nd graders, having received their first Chumashim, performed a play which highlighted significant events in the history of the Jewish People.

MTA Visits ESPN

Last week, students from the MTA Sports Management club traveled to midtown for a private tour of ESPN’s New York studio, where they film the shows Olbermann and Around the Horn. After brief introductions to various members of the ESPN team, Dan Remin, Senior Editorial Graphics Producer for the Olbermann show and host of the tour, spoke

Katz Grant Enables Noam Students

Thanks to the Katz Educational Technology Grant, Yeshivat Noam is able to enrich the curriculum throughout different subjects and grades. Currently, 14 8th graders, who have been selected for participation, are enrolled in the Lookstein Insistute’s in-depth analysis of “Sefer Melachim” (Kings). In addition

Breuers to Host Preschool Open House

In order to attract new families from Teaneck and other areas to its school, Yeshiva Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch (YRSRH) in Washington Heights will host two preschool open school days on December 24th and 25th from 10-11:45 a.m. Free parking will be available at the public school across the street at 186th Street and

A Lesson on Shmita at Moriah

Saba Moshe and Shoshana, aka the Moriah B’nai Akiva shlichot, taught students about shmita by playing games, making a video and learning about the farming process.

RKYHS Hosts 5th Annual Rikudiah

The fifth annual Rikudiah, the inter-yeshiva high school girls’ dance competition and tzedakah fundraiser, took place this past Motzei Shabbat, December 13th. The Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School was thrilled to host the competition which gives those students interested in dance the opportunity to become leaders in their area of

Preschool at Chabad of Fort Lee Focuses on Safety

Teaching our children to be safe may be the most important skill they learn, but it also may be the most difficult. As parents and teachers we need to prepare our children to face dangers, but how do we do it without overly scaring them? Here are a few tips:

Educate your children how and when to use

Moriah to Hold Alumni Reunion and Dedication

The Moriah School (Englewood, NJ), one of the nation’s premier Jewish Day Schools, educating more than 800 students across Bergen County, will be hosting the Moriah Leadership and Alumni Reunion in celebration and in dedication of the new Rabbi J. Shelley Applbaum Library and Technology Center. The reunion will take place

Yavneh Academy Participates in Hour of Code

When students at Yavneh Academy were asked why they liked participating in the Hour of Code, the answer was almost always the same. “It’s fun!” When asked to elaborate, 5th grader Shoshana Iskowitz said she “liked figuring out how to get to the goal in a certain amount of moves. Even though you could get to the

Chanukah at Lubavitch on the Palisades School

Children at Lubavitch on the Palisades School celebrated Chanukah with parties, performances and trips around town to bring Chanukah to the Tenafly community.