jlink
Sunday, May 27, 2018

Schools

Yeshivat He’Atid Goes on Lag B’Omer Outing

Yeshivat He’Atid students had a wonderful time celebrating Lag B’Omer! The entire school spent the day at Votee Park, playing games, hanging out with friends and engaging in friendly sports competitions. What a fun day!

Yavneh Students Participate in Lag B’Omer Outings

Yavneh Academy students enjoyed Lag B’Omer outings to Overpeck Park, Urban Air, Petruska Park in Paramus and the Superdome in Waldwick.

Teaneck Chabad Preschool Has Lag B’Omer Fun

Teaneck Chabad Preschool celebrates Lag B’Omer with a surprise visit from the Fun Bus! The children then participated in a school-wide barbecue in which all the classes contributed, pre-k made Israeli salad, nursery made beautiful fruit cups and the pre-nursery class made fruit smoothies. Everyone enjoyed their

Anshei Lubavitch Preschoolers Celebrate Lag B’Omer

Students at Anshei lubavitch preschool celebrated Lag B’Omer with a fun-filled field day. Outfitted in their homemade Lag B’Omer visors, the preschoolers enjoyed many outdoor activities. Children participated in relay races, obstacle courses, played sports and had fun with parachutes. Morah Leah’s gimmel

Lag B’Omer Is Fun at JEC

After Gemara shiur, learned l’chvod Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai, the entire high school walked to the park for Lag B’Omer festivities. It was a beautiful day for football, softball and ultimate frisbee, which spanned out over acres of fields. Rebbeim and students interacted in many fun and super-intense games. “As I

Bruriah Marks Lag B’Omer With Nachat

Nachas entertained Bruriah students for Lag B’Omer. The students roasted marshmallows around a bonfire before the concert. The concert was sponsored by parents. Students loved the energy from the spirit of the day and asked “When’s the next one?!”

LPS and TCA Students March in Lag B’Omer Parade

Students from Lubavitch on the Palisades preschool, and elementary and middle school students from Tenafly Chabad Academy, marched in a Lag B’Omer parade, celebrating Jewish pride and unity. There was an incredible sense of excitement and joy. Each class came dressed in a different color and held signs and

JKHA Celebrates Lag B’Omer With Activities Focusing on Unity

As Lag B’Omer commemorates our dedication to “ve’ahavta le’reiacha kamocha” (love your neighbor as yourself), activities for Lag B’Omer at JKHA focused on teamwork, collaboration and peoplehood. In keeping with the Israeli tradition of field trips on Lag B’Omer, and in coordination with their

JEC Lower and Middle Schools Enjoy Lag B’Omer

Lag B’Omer dawned sunny and dry, perfect for a full day of programming for JEC Lower and Middle School students. The day began with a colorful JEC kindness initiative (stay tuned for details about the JEC rock garden) and continued at Warinanco Park. From relay races to steal the salami; from a life-size

Teams Koach and Ruach Vie for Kushner Cup

There was a palpable excitement and energy filling the hallways of RKYHS as students participated in the Kushner Cup two-day event. Competing in two teams—koach and ruach—students were involved in a variety of skills, challenges and competitions as they vied for the Kushner Cup. Activities included intricate

Sinai Beargivers Art Show Inspires

On Tuesday May 1, SINAI students, friends and family gathered at The Avenue in Teaneck for the sixth annual Unique Inspirations Art Show sponsored by BearGivers. BearGivers is a nonprofit organization led by Chairman and Founder Joseph Sprung and President Diane Lempert, dedicated to creating an environment where

First Graders Reach Siddur Milestone at Yeshivat He’Atid

This past Sunday, first graders at Yeshivat He’Atid put on a beautiful siddur presentation. The students recited lines, sang songs and danced to the nachat-filled delight of parents, grandparents and other family members in the audience. Each students received a siddur upgrade—the beautiful Koren siddur