Students at Lubavitch on the Palisades are mastering the masterpieces of famous artists. They are participating in a program which explored the work of Jackson Pollack and learned that he was a serious thinker who enjoyed painting while listening to loud music. The children gave their interpretations of Pollack’s
TABC is very proud to announce that twenty talmidim earned cash rewards towards sefarim for participating in the YU High School Bekiut Program this past school year! In total, TABC students earned $1,035 for their high test scores.
TABC is particularly proud of Moshe Golubtchik ‘19,
Embarking on learning parshat Bereishit, buds students are recreating Torah’s individually and collaboratively, using various mediums and even dressing up like Torahs!
This past Sunday, RYNJ middle school students arrived at RYNJ to compete in a great scavenger hunt modeled off of the game of Clue. With teamwork and fun, students were able to solve various riddles and clues that were sprinkled throughout the RYNJ building. Ultimately, students were reunited with their rebbe and
On Sunday morning, Yeshivat He’Atid families gathered for the annual parents association meet and greet. New relationships were forged and the kids were entertained by a laser light show. School swag was available for purchase as were “He’Atid Handprints,” painted ceramic handprints created to adorn the
This week found the kindergarten children working on their interpersonal and communication skills. As members of a class community, we are learning how to share with one another- not only toys and books, but opinions, feelings, and ideas, as well. One technique that we like to use is called, “Turn and Talk.” After a
MTA talmidim enjoyed pre-mishmar kugel and chulent on Thursday, October 4, to kick off a meaningful evening of learning. The beit midrash was filled with the beautiful sounds of Torah learning during mishmar, as talmidim learned Seder Nezikin Mishnayot together in preparation for a yeshiva-wide siyum on Monday,
To begin the year in English class, Moriah sixth graders are reading the novel ”Nine, Ten: A September 11th Story” which tells the tale of four American children on the day prior to September 11, 2001. This novel is character driven with each of the four main characters experiencing the events of 9/11/01 differently. Will is a
JKHA launched their second annual theme of the year to “Remember the Past, Live the Present, Look to the Future—Be The Link!” The goal is to bring the lessons and teachings of the Torah to life throughout the year, thereby gaining a deeper love and understanding of Jewish values and reinforcing their
The students in the pre-k class of the Iris Berman Early Childhood Center enjoyed building different types of sukkot. A special visitor came in an helped them measure, cut wood and hammer and screw together a pop-up sukkah in their classroom. They even put real branches on top as schach. In addition, they created
This week featured so many extra learning opportunities at JEC High School.
The tremendously successful night seder program, which meets twice a week, began with almost 100 students in attendance. The kol haTorah was intense as the students and rebbeim learned together, reviewing and