Thursday, March 21, 2019


Ma’ayanot Goes Snow Tubing

Ma’ayanot students and faculty enjoyed a school-wide winter trip—snow tubing on Mount Peter—on Monday, March 11.

Yeshivat Noam Mother-Daughter Brunch Enjoys Paint With Me!

The mother-daughter brunch was a fun-filled morning of socializing, painting and hearing divrei Torah. Thank you to Nikki Sausen from Paint With Me! and Yeshivat Noam alumni from the Class of 2013 for coming to help out. Special thanks to Sari Sheinfeld and all the parent volunteers who made the morning an awesome

Yavneh Academy’s First Chesed Team Event Is Fun and Inspiring

“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.”
—Anne Frank

The members of Yavneh Academy’s middle school Chesed Team are helping to change the world, one chesed event at time. On March 7,

Moriah Hosts Bar Mitzvah Celebration

Last Tuesday night, the Moriah seventh grade boys enjoyed their grade-wide bar mitzvah celebration! The evening was filled with inspiring divrei Torah, uplifting dancing and delicious food. The bnei mitzvah, their parents and many of their teachers shared in the experience. It was wonderful to see the boys treat this

Yeshivat He’Atid Celebrates Rosh Chodesh

Chodesh Adar started off on the right foot this week at Yeshivat He’Atid! Beginning with Topsy-Turvy Day on Rosh Chodesh, students are really getting into the Purim spirit. TABC seniors joined He’Atid for Hallel and dancing and really brought the ruach! The students are looking forward to a lot more fun Adar

Leah Sokoloff/Shomrei Torah Breakfast Provides Parent/Child Learning and Fun

The Leah Sokoloff Nursery School and Congregation Shomrei Torah of Fair Lawn joined together for the shul’s final parent child learning program of the season. Grandparents, parents, special friends, the staff of LSNS and lots of children enjoyed a delicious breakfast, slide show and award presentation. Rabbi

RYNJ Marks Rosh Chodesh Adar Bet With Krazy Headband/Kippah Day

Yeshivat Noam Eighth Grade Girls Create Living Wax Museum

Yeshivat Noam eighth grade girls in Morah Shani’s class researched the mefarshim that they have learned over the course of the year and created a living wax museum experience. The girls dressed up and shared the background, life experiences and unique perspectives on the Torah and examples of the commentaries

BPY Eighth Grade Celebrates Worm Week

It was worm week in eighth grade! As part of their evolution unit, eighth graders investigated earthworms in order to understand how these organisms are uniquely suited to their subterranean environment. They began their investigation with a dissection, in order to examine the gut, gizzard, clitellum and five

Sophocles’ Antigone Gets a Fair Trial at The Idea School

As part of the pursuit of justice unit in humanities class, The Idea School students studied ancient Greece and the different forms of government, and read Sophocles’ play “Antigone,” a story about a heroine who breaks a civil law because she feels it violates the laws of the gods. Under the guidance of

Gan Yaldenu Tots of Bergenfield Loves Rosh Chodesh Adar

The children at Gan Yaldenu Tots celebrated Rosh Chodesh Adar with silly hat day. They all had a great time playing games and reading silly books.

MTA New York Political Action Club Lobbies in Albany

On Tuesday, March 5, MTA’s New York Political Action Club (NYPAC) went to the state capitol in Albany to see first-hand how local government works. The students prepared for months to advocate and lobby for more private school security and STEM funding and had close to 50 meetings with members of the senate and