Students at Anshei Lubavitch Preschool celebrated Sukkot with action-packed school days over Chol Hamoed. After adding a special handmade decoration, each class ate lunch or snack in the school sukkah. The students also had a chance to see and kiss real sefer Torahs while they danced with their own Simchat Torah
The children of the Leah Sokoloff Nursery School of Shomrei Torah in Fair Lawn visited the shul sukkah for a very special pre-Sukkot Shabbat party. They enjoyed a yummy snack and sang and danced together with their morot and the sefer torah. Each class made sukkah decorations to hang in their family sukkot, even
RYNJ eighth grade students learn exactly how to make sure a lulav is kosher.
Our nation lost a special individual and hero with the tragic loss of Ari Fuld, HY”D. Moriah partnered with many schools around the country by reciting perakim of Tehillim in his memory. Prior to the recitation, students were privileged to hear from Fuld’s cousin, lower school morah, Ahuva Forman. Forman beautifully gave
The Yavneh Parents Association & Auxiliary (YPAA) had a wonderful turn-out to the Back to School carnival on Sunday, September 16. Children and parents enjoyed the bounce houses, playing carnival games run by middle school students, face painting, tattoos, cotton candy and popcorn!
Each year before Sukkot, Moriah fifth grade art classes create beautiful paper chains to decorate their own sukkot at home and to deliver to the Englewood Children’s Hospital for their sukkah. They learned that as they connect each individual chain into one long chain, it symbolizes joining together as one nation—achdut Bnei
RKYHS students had the privilege to hear from Mikie Sherrill, the Democratic candidate for Congress representing New Jersey’s 11th district. The former Navy helicopter pilot and former federal prosecutor and mother of four talked to the students about her stances on a variety of topics from Israel and gun
Middle school students participated in a chesed project in commemoration of the yahrzeit of school namesake Joseph Kushner, z”l. Students put together Chanukah packages to be sent overseas to Jewish American soldiers that contained Chanukah treats, much needed supplies, and a personal note from each student. U.S. Army veteran and early