Sunday, September 19, 2021


OneFamily Teams With Teaneck Entrepreneur to Support Israeli Victims of Terror

(Courtesy of OneFamily) OneFamily, a charitable organization dedicated to supporting Israeli victims of terror, recently partnered with Color Street to give free manicures ahead of Rosh Hashanah to Israeli women impacted by terror attacks.

Forty women from southern Israel gathered at Art Shef,


TABC Commemorates September 11

In commemoration of September 11, 2001, TABC students heard from Mr. Jeff Cohen, father of freshman Gabe Cohen, who shared his riveting account of that fateful day 20 years ago. In addition to his day job as a management and human capital consultant, Mr. Cohen is the host of Saturday to Shabbos: Inspiring Jewish Journeys,


Tenafly Chabad Academy’s 9/11 Speaker Inspires Students To Come Closer to Hashem

On Friday, September 10, Tenafly Chabad Academy students in grades five through eight gathered for a special assembly commemorating the 20th anniversary of the fateful events that took place on September 11, 2001. Students were honored and privileged to hear a first hand account by Mr. Moshe Moskowitz, who shared


Naaleh Hears From a 9/11 First Responder

To commemorate the tragedy of 9/11, Naaleh welcomed Mayor John Cosgrove, the former mayor of Fair Lawn. He spoke about his experiences as a fire chief and first responder on September 11, 2001. He shared important messages about making sacrifices to help others and overcoming seemingly insurmountable obstacles by working


JKHA Middle School Students Remember 9/11

Twice a day, the JKHA middle school students davened in the Mark Louis Rosenberg Memorial Beit Midrash. Mark Rosenberg z”l (JKHA ‘88), the namesake of the middle school beit midrash, perished in the September 11 attacks on the Twin Towers. To mark the 20th anniversary of 9/11 and enable students to understand the


JEC Students Mark 9/11

The JEC fourth and fifth grade students commemorated the tragedy that took place 20 years ago on September 11, 2001. The students heard a brief explanation of what occurred that fateful morning, focusing briefly on the facts of what happened and the heroic response of many others, especially first responders. Classes discussed how


Ma’ayanot Celebrates Building a Home

Ma’ayanot faculty and staff joyfully welcomed students back to a refurbished building on September 1. Coming to the Ma’ayanot campus has always felt like coming home, and now that home includes a new beit midrash, a renovated learning center and an expanded STEAM wing, including multiple maker spaces, an art studio and


Anshei Lubavitch Prepares for Yom Kippur

Anshei Lubavitch students are gearing up for Yom Kippur. The children made special non-leather shoes, did kapparos with pretend chickens and acted out the story of Yonah and the big fish!


Shana Tova From Kol Chaverim Preschool

Kol Chaverim Preschool learned all about the story of Yonah and the whale. The yeladim used many techniques and methods to learn. The morot told the story of Yonah with photos and puppets. Each class made a whale using mediums like shaving cream, sponges, fingerpaint and more! They continued to learn about Rosh Hashanah


Fun and Creativity Welcome Back The Idea School

The Idea School students and faculty enjoyed their first Friday of the year with fun and creative welcome back activities. Games started the afternoon with a mobile gaming truck and a soccer and racquetball tournament. Students then took part in an artistic endeavor where each grade painted a mural. The senior


Yeshivat Noam’s Rabbi Hagler Teaches EC About Shofar


Moriah Helps Those Affected by the Flood

Last week Moriah Middle school students lent a helping hand at Kol Haneshamah in Englewood packing and distributing food and snack bags for those affected by the flooding last week. Moriah is so proud of their students who participated in this important chessed project.

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