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Friday, May 29, 2020

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Moriah Early Childhood Celebrates Rosh Chodesh

On Friday, the Moriah early childhood had a special Rosh Chodesh program. The classes came together and spoke about the month of Iyar and all the beautiful flowers that start to bloom and butterflies that fly around them. The children learned about the life cycle of a butterfly and made their own beautiful

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Chabad of Tenafly Joins Letter Of the Week Program

Lubavitch on the Palisades pre-k students are continuing their ABC programs from their homes. They are bringing items that start with the letter of the week to a weekly Zoom ‘show and share’ session and are practicing their handwriting and letter association through their ABC books. Students were also

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MTA Juniors Launch Chesed Initiative to Support Elderly During Quarantine

MTA juniors Shneur Agronin, Shimi Kaufman and Akiva Kra are spearheading a new chesed initiative to support the elderly and bring them happiness during quarantine. “When the stay at home order was announced, we realized that elders in nursing homes and assisted living facilities would no longer be able to have

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Tamar’s Learning Center Is Back

TLC students are ‘back in the game.' Students are using custom digital games to practice literacy skills such as bingo, slot machines, hangman, Scrabble and more!

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Yeshivat Frisch Engineering Gets Creative During Quarantine

Yeshivat Frisch’s engineering classes have been utilizing an engaging and creative combination of tools in order to continue their high quality work during quarantine: teamwork in breakout rooms, online simulation and distributing parts so that students can actually build and troubleshoot at home.

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Yeshivat He’Atid Celebrates Earth Day

In honor of Earth Day, Yeshivat He’Atid challenged its students to create a portrait using recycled materials found around their homes, inspired by Israeli Artist Hanoch Piven. They rose to the challenge and did a fabulous job!

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RYNJ Has Shiny Pennies

RYNJ students were asked to clean some pennies and figure out which liquid does the best job for a STEAM home assignment. First they were asked to find some dirty pennies. Then they needed to pour a few different liquids like ketchup, Coca-Cola, vinegar, salsa, orange juice or lemon juice into shallow containers or plastic

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Gan Yaldenu Tots of Bergenfield Enjoys Projects and Activities

The children of Gan Yaldenu Tots of Bergenfield have been having a blast doing their projects and playing games on Zoom with their teachers. They have been learning about spring, the trees starting to blossom and butterflies starting to fly around.

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RKYHS Sports Management Club Hears From Seton Hall Coach

The extra curricular Sports Management Club at RKYHS recently hosted a guest speaker. The group welcomed Anthony Bozzella, head coach of the Seton Hall women’s basketball team. Coach Bozzella offered insight into the basketball program at Seton Hall for both the women’s and men’s teams.

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KnowingNature Teaches Home Gardening To Moriah Families

The Moriah School and KnowingNature.com invited families to grow together at home with an interactive webinar on how to start an indoor or outdoor garden. Children were invited to ask questions and share their plants on the screen as they were guided through each step of setting up a home garden. The webinar was led by

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RPRY Caravans Celebrate Yom Ha’atzmaut

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RKYHS SADD Group Hears About Important Road Safety Law

The SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) group met to hear from speaker Donna Setaro one of the champions of the “Slow Down and Move Over” law. Setaro’s son New Jersey State Trooper Marc Castellano, was killed when he was hit by a driver who failed to move over while Castellano was conducting a search. Drivers who

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