The children celebrated Dr. Seuss’s birthday with a party and played games like pin the fish on the fish tank, the shoe game and enjoyed a special Dr. Seuss-themed snack, which the children helped to prepare.
They also made hats to resemble the Cat in the Hat’s hat and
Congratulations to the JEC High School STEM Thunder as they took home first place in New Jersey, and placed sixth in the country, in just their first year in the national competition.
The Virtual Business Challenge, hosted by Business Professionals of America, invites students to use accounting
Rosh Chodesh Adar was kicked off with color war in JKHA middle school! Sixth through eighth grade students were divided up into teams Avar (past) and Atid (future) as they competed in sports games, trivia challenges, divrei Torah competitions, tefillot and brachot contests, and more. The competition
Ma’ayanot students enjoyed a Book Fair as the culmination of their annual Book Day, in which they attended sessions and a film festival focusing on the theme of Finding Freedom. Students chose from three peer-reviewed books: “Educated” by Tara Westover, “Monster” by Walter Dean Myers, and “Song of a
Cake Boss, Hungry Hippos, Stomp, Divrei Torah, banner, Escape the Room and song are just a few of the highlights of middle school color war 2019!
Yavneh first graders were so excited to celebrate their 100th day of school last Tuesday! Across the grade, students wrote 100 get well cards to be delivered to people in a local hospital, created 100 collection museums and composed 100 reasons they love Yavneh! They had a blast during their 100 gym time challenge
This past week under the leadership of music teacher Harriet Zitter, RYNJ hosted its annual music recital. Thirty-five students performed on various instruments including guitar, violin, cello, flute, saxophone, drums, tabuka, keyboard and piano. Some students have been performing for many years and it is truly
TABC congratulates seniors Benjy Meiner and Avraham Kahan, and junior Mikey Schwartz, for successfully completing the Jerusalem Science Contest curriculum this year. The students studied a curriculum on molecular biology, along with the Torah considerations governing the ethics of such study. The contest included seven exams and a
Preschoolers at Lubavitch on the Palisades prepared for Purim by acting out the Purim story. The girls got ready for Achashverosh’s pageant for a new queen at a “salon” with makeup and manicures while the boys prepared for Achashverosh’s feast by decorating ties and hats.
As part of a continuing unit on community workers, He’Atid shorashim students received a visit from Dr. Irwin Benzel this week. (More importantly, he is also Annie’s daddy!) Dr. Benzel showed the students all the instruments that a pediatrician uses and each of the yeladim took turns being the doctor and the patient.
Lubavitch on the Palisades students participated in many interesting activities to celebrate the 100th day of school. Children used black cut outs of number one and two zeros. The children used the numbers to create interesting works of art that were compiled into books that they brought home. The children also
Students in Yeshivat Frisch’s music track had the treat of a unique songwriting lesson with the L.A.-based indie pop band Distant Cousins last week. The band, composed of Dov Rosenblatt (formerly of the Jewish rock band Blue Fringe), Duvid Swirsky and Ami Kozak, began the lesson by performing their hit song “Are You Ready (On