Friday, December 03, 2021


Rabbi Josh Joseph Appointed Senior Vice President of Yeshiva University

New York, NY, June 17, 2013—President Richard M. Joel has appointed Rabbi Josh Joseph as senior vice president of Yeshiva University. In addition to his current responsibilities as chief of staff, Joseph will launch the next phase in the University’s strategic planning process and guide its university-wide implementation. He will also


BPY Junior High Goes to MIT Museum

Having completed a unit of study about DNA and genetics, and preparing presentations about DNA for their peers, Ben Porat Yosef junior high students took a trip to Boston and visited the MIT Museum, where they participated in a workshop on genetics.  Elianna Benhamu and Julia Kohen (left to right) work together to construct a DNA model, working with a


YU School Partnership & Ramaz Upper School Co-Host Jewish Philosophy Yom Iyun For High-School Judaic Studies Teachers

New York, NY, June 11, 2013—As part of its mission to convene Jewish day school educators for the purpose of collective learning, the Institute for University-School Partnership at Yeshiva University in collaboration with Ramaz and several NY/Metro region Jewish day schools hosted the first-ever Yom Iyun on Jewish Philosophy.  55 high-school educators from


Yavneh Academy Team Wins Stock Market Game

Yavneh Academy placed first in the spring 2013 Stock Market Game sponsored by the Sifma Foundation. Out of over 400 teams in their division, seventh graders Yechiel Hyman and Shlomi Helfgot turned $100,000 into $118,700 in a ten week period. Shlomi was also part of the third place team in the fall 2012 competition that included Benjy Feintuch, Shmuel Ross, and


Bringing a Novel about Cerebral Palsy to Life at Yeshivat Noam

The seventh graders at Yeshivat Noam recently read and completed the novel Out of My Mind by Sharon Draper.  It is the story of Melody, an 11 year old with Cerebral Palsy.  The novel is beautifully written and covers the topics and themes of inclusion, friendship, courage, bravery and kindness. Since these are all such important messages to understand and to


Yavneh Academy Participates in Fourth Annual Inter-School Spring Concert

On Thursday May 30th, the choirs of the Yavneh Academy in Paramus, along with choirs from the SAR Academy in Riverdale, NY,  Park East Day School and the Ramaz School, both of the Upper East Side in Manhattan, participated in the 4th annual inter-school choral festival, which was held in the beautiful historic Park East Synagogue. Started in 2009 by Marsha


MTA Hosts Grand Siyum to Celebrate Completion of Masechta by over 170 Students

New York City— The annual end-of-the-year Grand Siyu m, celebrating the completion of a masechtaby over 170 students was celebrated at  Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA) on Thursday evening, May 30 th.  The siyum, which took place in Furst Hall, brought together students, parents, grandparents, and


Frisch Fashion Show and Dance Performance Links to Social Justice

Paramus—If there was a mirror on the wall at the Frisch Fashion Show and Dance Performance, Sunday May 19, the fairest of them all would be…all the girls who modeled, danced and created an art exhibit for the event.

Mrs. Tikvah Weiner, Coordinator of Interdisciplinary Studies and Mrs.Ahuva Mantell, Art Teacher, directed the program titled


Human Trafficking World’s Second Largest Criminal Enterprise

Paramus—Ariel Siegel, Program Manager with the Somaly Mam Foundation, was an NYU college student, studying abroad for a semester, when she read Somaly Mam’s book The Road of Lost Innocencefor a course in her major, Public Health and Human Rights. “I thought it was the most horrifying account I had ever read and I knew I wanted to work with Somaly Mam or


SSDS Israel Night Honors Memory of Late Alumnus

New Milford—It was only last April when the Solomon Schechter Day School of Bergen County (SSDS) lost a star alumnus, Stephanie Prezant, 22, to a fatal hiking accident. The dynamic college senior had many passions, including a love of Israel. During her lifetime, she would frequently engage others and encourage them to visit and experience the land just as


Fourth Grade State Fair at Noam

The excitement at the presentation and performance of the Fourth Grade State Fair was was palpable! Within the geography curriculum, the students spent the entire year learning about and researching the distinctive and diverse characteristics of the regions within the United States. While studying each region, they learned about the land features and how its


Yavneh Academy’s iPad Pilot Program Has Begun

The excitement was palpable when every sixth grader at Yavneh was given an iPad at the end of April, that are integrated with classroom smart Lino corkboards. The school brought parents, students and teachers together to explain how hi-tech is going to work in the classroom. The tech teachers showed everyone at the meeting how certain apps work and how they

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