The children of The Lauren Elise Bier Nursery School at Congregation AABJ&D in West Orange were very excited to celebrate Shushan Purim in school. Each child came to school dressed in their Purim costume and the whole school gathered together for a special magic show.
Yavneh Academy’s sixth grade boys had a special hands-on mishmar. Middle school faculty member Josh Rossman taught the boys some of the basic laws of tzitzit, and then each boy had the opportunity to learn how to tie his own set of tzitzit. Guided by videos prepared by Rossman, as well as Rabbi Aaron Ross and
Purim was so special here in the cheder! The children enjoyed every moment and learned so much about the mitzvos of Purim and the Purim story!
On Shushan Purim, they had the most fabulous Purim Masquerade Carnival! The children enjoyed face paint, food art, Pin the Tail on
All TABC students participating in the Chidon HaTanach qualified for the national finals! Congratulations to Eitan Barenholtz ‘23, Noam Barenholtz ‘21 and Shimon Ross ‘23 who have been preparing intently for the Chidon beginning in September. Portions of the Tanach covered this year include Yishayahu, Ezra and Nechemia. Kudos
What an amazing, fun-filled Shushan Purim day Moriah kindergarten had! Hearing the Purim story from a ventriloquist, playing with the inflatables, enjoying a terrific Purim carnival and snacking on hamantashen with their fifth grade buddies made for a super special day!
The Frisch CouGears (First Tech Challenge Team 15762) capped off its second season with a strong showing in the league championship. The team made it to the finals of the tournament and was proud of its second-place alliance finish and seventh place overall standing (out of 21 teams).
The ninth and 10th grade honors math classes designed roller coasters to demonstrate their understanding of piecewise functions using quadratic and linear equations. After naming their roller coaster and drawing it on a graph, the students calculated the equations and domains that represented the functions shown on the
Ma’ayanot students proudly attend the AIPAC Conference in Washington, DC. AIPAC is America’s largest pro- Israel conference which seeks to promote the U.S.-Israeli relationship. Students heard from amazing speakers and attended a private lunch with philanthropists and Ambassador David Friedman.
TCA first graders were engaged with a variety of different activities to celebrate the 100th day of school.
The Yeshivat Noam Parents Association coordinated and delivered beautiful mishloach manot to all the faculty and staff. These special gifts were appreciated by all! The dedicated volunteers in photo: (l-r) Samantha levenbrown, Estee Hirsch, Ronit Hagler, Sara Gervis, Sharona Schulder.
BPY has become Project Ezrah’s permanent Purim home. The BPY students joyfully assist in the organization’s mission to raise funds for those in need in the local community. What an outstanding collaboration for both entities. Project Ezrah benefits by having dedicated and enthusiastic students helping and BPY