Gan Ilanot 3- and 4-year-olds participated in the mitzvah of giving mishloach manot by visiting Daughters of Israel in Summit on March 4. They spent time preparing songs, baking hamentashen and packing gift bags for the seniors and presenting them with goodies. A special experience was had by all!
At Cheder Yaldei Menachem the children learned the Purim story in so many wonderful ways. They saw puppet shows, acted out the characters and even heard a real Megilla reading! The children learned about the characters of the story, King Achashveirosh and Vashti, wicked Haman and the children’s favorites, Queen Esther and
In advance of Purim, Yavneh Academy fourth and fifth graders joined together to help pack mishloach manot for Tomchei Shabbos.
BPY fourth graders produced a beautiful and meaningful Heritage Fair this week through song and multimedia presentation, which was a culmination of their literature and Hhistory units. The classes shared the journey they took. Parents and special guests were invited to the Heirloom Museum at which the students
The Tenafly Chabad seventh and eighth graders welcomed Rabbi Grossbaum and his tzitzit workshop. The hands-on workshop brought to life what students have been learning in Chumash over the past few weeks. Rabbi Grossbaum taught them about the different types of tzitzit and how to tie their own strings to the corner of a
Last year, RYNJ began a new tradition that continued this year. The RYNJ early childhood division and the RYNJ middle school boys join together for a program built on chesed, teamwork, leadership and exceptional role modeling.
The ECD students arrived at the gym and were
Eighteen students represented TABC at this year’s AIPAC Policy Conference in Washington DC. In addition to a multitude of breakout sessions led by political, military and tech experts in a wide variety of aspects of Israel today, the conference featured guest appearances by leading members of Congress and of the
(Courtesy of Torah Live) Schools across North America are temporarily closing (or preparing to close), due to the coronavirus pandemic that is seemingly affecting cities by the second. Schools are scrambling to find creative and relevant ways to keep students on track and engaged as they learn from home.
Double mazal tov to Ma’ayanot seniors: Sheindl Berger and Leora Baumgarten are National Merit Finalists! Leora Baumgarten and Miriam Fisch won third place in the Teach Coalition PSA video contest! Ma’ayanot is so proud of the Rapids’ achievements!
As part of their chemistry class, The Idea School sophomores visited the Bergen County waste treatment plant. As part of their guided tour of the facility, the students gained an understanding of the chemistry behind how toxins are removed from our environment and how our water is kept safe.
Shabbos, February 28-29, was an exciting one for MTA talmidim and rebbeim! Talmidim in Rabbi Cohn’s freshman shiur, Rabbi Kahn and Rabbi Stone’s freshman shiur, Rabbi Kerner’s sophomore shiur, Rabbi Mendelson’s junior shiur and Rabbi Emerson’s junior bekius shiur, all enjoyed shiur shabbatonim at the
A delegation of 20 Frisch students attended last week’s AIPAC Policy Conference, where they met with public representatives and learned about the organization’s current efforts to promote bipartisan support for the U.S.-Israel relationship.
“It’s incredible seeing how