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Yeshivat Noam Fourth Grade Girls Learn About RBG

The Yeshivat Noam fourth grade girls learned about Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her legacy. The students toured the room, reading some of her inspirational quotes and selecting those which felt most relatable.

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Rooftop Seder Held at Tenafly Chabad Academy

Tenafly Chabad Academy Middle School students enjoyed a rooftop Rosh Hashanah seder in preparation for Rosh Hashanah. Each student received their own personal simanim package which included a round honey cookie, apple and honey, pomegranate seeds, carrots and a head of a fish (jelly fish).

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He’Atid Art Returns

Yeshivat He’Atid students are so excited for another year of art class! Morah Amy and her traveling art cart visited the first grade classes to teach them about Larry the Line. The students learned all about lines and how they are the most basic visual element in art. Lines can be used to define shapes and figures. They practiced

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Shabbat Shalom From Moriah Nursery

The Moriah School nursery children enjoyed their first Shabbat party of the year. They always begin their Shabbat parties with songs. They especially love singing “Put the Chicken in the Pot.” Each child chose an item that they would add to the chicken soup pot. Mapa levana, neirot l’Shabbat, kos Kiddush and yayin l’Shabbat

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TABC Chefs Train for Rosh Hashanah

The faculty and students at TABC are quite a determined and resilient group—not even a pandemic can stop them! The senior elective Culinary Arts class began the year learning about maintaining mise en place in the kitchen (having all your ingredients and tools ready to go before you begin cooking), and then dove straight into

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MTA Freshmen Forge New Friendships on Unforgettable Hike

The MTA class of 2024 had an amazing time on their freshman hike! They explored the local community on a scenic hike to the Little Red Lighthouse and also enjoyed sports and engaging activities designed to help them get to know one another. Their Cub2Lion senior mentors joined the fun for a

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Rabbi Beer Blows Shofar For JEC Early Childhood

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RYNJ Fourth Graders Conference and Then Publish

Everyone has learned from the past six months that sometimes we need to pivot and regroup—including fourth graders, After reviewing the writing process, RYNJ fourth graders used Venn diagrams to compare and contrast their planned summer 2020 with their actual summer 2020. The students realized that although many

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Kol Chaverim Preschool Is in Full Swing

It is fun to be back with friends and learning at Kol Chaverim Preschool. Students have been preparing for all the chagim and love to sort, count, measure, graph, taste and create while they explore apples, bees, mitzvot and shofars. They look forward to a meaningful, sweet and healthy new year together. Shana Tova to

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Yavneh Academy Participates In NJ Friendship Walk

Yavneh Academy’s Friendship Circle presidents were eager to have the school’s chapter participate in this year’s Virtual Friendship Walk. With its presidium leading the charge, over 35 children and 10 parents walked the Yavneh Academy parking lot circuit proudly wearing their Friendship Knows No Distance

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Yeshivat Frisch Holds Annual Club Fair

Yeshivat Frisch students had the opportunity to learn about and sign up for new clubs this week, at the school’s annual club fair. Frisch boasts more than 100 co-curricular activities, in the realms of Torah, chessed work, political activism, athletics, the fine arts, science and engineering, journals in

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TABC Juniors Are Inspired by Rav Gav

On Erev Rosh Hashanah, Rav Gav Friedman gave a special Zoom shiur to the TABC junior class. He spoke about teshuva and how it is necessary to take little steps before taking big steps. Rav Gav mentioned how when he was 14 he made a commitment to learn Daf Yomi and he finally completed Shas at the age of 34; the foundation for this

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