Are you looking for someone to help you with your assignment? Well, you are not the only one. Nowadays, students like you are bombarded with more school work than you can handle. They give you multiple projects to be submitted at the same time. On top of that, you still have to study for your upcoming assessments and standardized tests. Some also have other
MTA is proud of sophomore Basil Edelstein, who was honored at the Jewish Learning Experience of Bergen County Dinner on Motzei Shabbos, November 13. “JLE is a wonderful organization that provides spiritual educational support for those wishing for a deeper connection to Judaism,” shared Basil. “I have worked
The children of RYNJ were very busy during the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving. RYNJ teachers focused on hakarat hatov and all the students learned the importance of feeling thankful. Students expressed their gratitude through various writing assignments and projects that they created for Thanksgiving. They made
This week, TCA middle school had the pleasure of hosting Mr. Erez Gibraltar (father to third and fifth graders in the school), who gave the students an introductory lesson in cryptocurrency. As a professional software developer who has been involved in the cryptocurrency market for several years, Gibraltar shared his
This week Ma’ayanot presented its second annual Mental Health Awareness Week spearheaded by the executive members of the Ma’ayanot Mental Health Alliance and ably helmed by President Rikki Rosman, Class of ‘21, and her team. Events throughout the week included a Mental Health and Munchkins Breakfast Talk on Anxiety
This past Tuesday, Malky Kazam’s sixth grade art elective classes were treated to a private tour of the Ruth Asawa exhibit at the David Zwirner Art Gallery in NYC. Led by Senior Director Jonathan Laib, parent of Yavneh students Noah, Benji, Ethan and Kira, the students were in awe as they took in Asawa’s
Heichal HaTorah kicked off the Big Brother Program with a fun afternoon of bowling. Heichal Big Brothers are 11th and 12th grade volunteers who are available to help ninth grade students with whatever they need. Each freshman has a personal big brother specifically matched to fit their personality and interests. Big
The Idea School’s Allied Against Hate class met with their counterparts at Drew University and Teaneck High School, as they worked on community projects together including storytelling, mural making and education equity.
The kids at Gan Yaldenu Tots are excited to celebrate Thanksgiving with their families. Each class made a different project to put on their Thanksgiving table as a display. They enjoyed having their feast in school. The kids participated in helping cook for the feast by making cornbread.
Yeshivat Noam early childhood students are busy with multi sensory activities to get ready for Chanukah and Thanksgiving! The students learned about weaving, basket making, building houses with natural resources, as well as using dreidels to make dreidel art.
TABC students are building school-branded tzedaka boxes using laser cut and engraved wood and acrylic in the school’s state-of-the-art Makerspace. In a cool twist, the bottom pieces are made of wood from the TABC gym floor that was damaged in Hurricane Ida. The tzedaka boxes will soon make their homes in the various
Dr. Feinmark’s 12th grade government students explored the Constitutional amendments this week with a scavenger hunt that took them through the Bill of Rights and around the school. Teams raced to uncover facts about the amendments, gather the signatures of people who had exercised their rights and create quick-fire art