Our cross curricular social studies/language arts Holocaust program at RYNJ came to a close this week after completing our reading of the novel Night by Elie Weisel and learning about the events leading up to the Holocaust. We began with a round robin, where students viewed various propaganda posters used by the
The Yeshivat Noam Class of 2021 graduates enjoyed a formal evening together at their banquet this week. Decorated and coordinated by parent volunteers, the evening’s beach theme made the event fun and festive. Highlights of the event included a Yeshivat Noam trivia game show, a slideshow of the graduates and a
In the days leading up to the last day of classes, each grade at TABC enjoyed a special trip off campus. The freshman class had a blast at Six Flags on Tuesday, arriving at the park on coach buses and decked out in Class of 2024 T-shirts. The beautiful weather and short lines made for a great day. The sophomores
This past Friday, RYNJ launched the third annual Rabbi K. zt”l Chesed Day. In the merit of Rabbi Kaminetsky zt”l, the entire school devoted time to a special activity to keep his memory and life’s lessons alive. This year, we partnered with Tomchei Shabbos of Bergen County and The Friendship Circle as
The Yavneh Academy second grade authors have been diligently building their writing skills all year long. This year’s author celebration included special readings, an author celebration and a special treat. First, the young authors shared one writing piece with classmates on the Paramus library fields. Then,
The RKYHS seniors enjoyed a memorable few days together for their senior trip as they cherished the time to spend with their classmates. It was a jam-packed three days with a variety of activities and experiences. They began the trip exploring sites in New York City and Brooklyn. Day one was spent at “Beat the
As Cheder Yaldei Menachem concludes the school year of 2021, and with the lifting of COVID restrictions, Rabbi Mordechai Kanelsky invited Jeffries Shein, a prominent supporter of the broader Jewish community, to tour Cheder Yaldei Menachem.
The annual Rabbi Pesach Raymon Yeshiva Sixth Grade Showcase was a tremendous success! Each sixth grade student picked a topic (or two or three) that they learned about this year in Emily Menasha’s science and social studies classes that interested them. The students then created a trifold presentation and short
On Monday June 9, Nefesh Yehudi Academy’s kitah alef had their Kabbalat Siddur ceremony. Parents, grandparents, siblings and family friends packed the main sanctuary to watch the school’s largest class (17 students!) show their understanding of tefillot and ahavat Hashem.
The hot weather outside lended itself perfectly for water explorations. The 2s and pre- classes at the Lauren Elise Bier Nursery School loved playing with water in the water tables. They used buckets and other containers to practice filling and dumping and had a blast splashing themselves and their friends.