Yavneh Academy was privileged to welcome pre-k dads to school as special guests in honor of Father’s Day at the pre-k “Tefillah Time.” The songs, smiles and sounds of tefillah were priceless. Yavneh was thrilled to be able to share the nachat with parents in person!
Mazal tov and Mabrook to Anna Miller, BPY sixth grader, on achieving second place in the International Chidon HaTziyonut for schools. Anna was one of 11 students from four schools worldwide who participated! She also placed second during the semi-final round! Kol hakavod to Anna for her hard work, dedication and vast knowledge. BPY
Anshei Lubavitch students are learning all about the different habitats where their favorite animals can be found. They enjoyed matching animals to the correct homes, creating a “lake” for their fish to swim in and engaging with the different textural elements that can be found in animal habitats, including
As the year comes to a close, Yeshivat He’Atid’s amazing teachers and staff celebrated with a very special faculty appreciation dinner at Narruto Bowl Restaurant. The dinner was sponsored by both the Yeshivat He’Atid Parent Association (YHPA) and the YH administration. Every detail, down to the tablecloths, was
For their final social studies projects, the Yavneh Academy eighth-grade students picked their own research topics. They selected an event of interest that occurred from the time period of the Civil War through the 1960s. After selecting their topics, the students generated research questions which guided their
To end the year with a bang, the eighth graders at Tenafly Chabad Academy enjoyed two separate fun trip days celebrating all their hard work and upcoming graduation!
On the first day, they enjoyed a morning filled with teamwork and bonding, working together to “escape the
Ma’ayanot loves its students, and students love Ma’ayanot in return. This love was evident in how the Class of 2021 infused the entire school year with spirit and enthusiasm. As Assistant Principal of Co-Curricular Life Rabbi Zev Prince said, “Much of their junior year and their entire senior year were
Mazal tov to the Moriah sixth-grade girls as they celebrated their bat mitzvah year together with their teachers and mothers. The evening began with Tehillim and a delicious dinner from Dougie’s. The girls completed a chesed project as they filled beautiful gift bags with games for hospital-bound people who,
RYNJ’s fourth-grade students celebrated their research of the states in the United States with their annual State Fair! As the class learned about the different regions in the U.S., each student chose a state and learned all about the economy; landmarks and attractions; history and more. After writing a thorough