Last week was a very meaningful one for MDS eighth graders as they joined together to create Yom HaShoah and Yom Hazikaron programs for the rest of the middle school division. In commemoration of Yom HaShoah, they chose to highlight the testimonial of classmate Joseph Rosenberg’s grandmother, Carolina Rosenberg,
MTA seniors participating in the “Names, Not Numbers©” elective course led a meaningful Yom HaShoah program for the entire yeshiva. Each senior visited a different shiur and shared the stories of the Holocaust survivors they interviewed for the documentary film they are creating. They described what it was like to
SAR Academy marked Yom HaShoah on Thursday with a meaningful program Thursday, April 8, beginning with a tekes for students, faculty and staff in grades two through eight as well as the larger community, via Zoom.
Students, faculty and staff had the honor of hearing from survivors and
Anshei Lubavitch students were very excited to finally welcome some guests into their classrooms: lots of very tiny caterpillars! They read “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” by Eric Carle, and they cannot wait to observe as the caterpillars transition through the phases of their growth. The children are
In the absence of schoolwide shabbatonim, TABC students found a way to celebrate Shabbat together on the Shabbat before Pesach. Under the guidance of Rav Yitz Rabovsky and Rabbi Jonathan Kessel and his 11th grade halacha shiur, the first inaugural Ultimate Shabbat Experience was a smashing success. Students were given a menu of
Yeshivat Noam fourth and fifth grade STEM classes joined a competition held by World ORT Kadima Mada. They are creating Torah based animations using programs learned in STEM class. The students are excited to submit their creations!
Can you feel it? Can you see it? Can you hear it? BPY classrooms and hallways are transforming into a giant blue and white birthday celebration! Is it your birthday? It’s it my birthday? No...it’s Israel’s birthday. Let the celebration and festivities begin! The children are counting the days until Yom Ha’atzmaut
A major focus in the 7S class at RYNJ is learning how to give back to the community, as part of SINAI’s Bar/Bat Mitzvah Program, funded by Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey. In previous years SINAI students have had the opportunity to volunteer at a number of local chesed organizations. This year those opportunities were
As Yom Ha’atzmaut approaches, the Yavneh Academy early childhood students are learning about Israel’s history and government. They are also creating flags and banners that will be used in a special campus parade featuring different Israeli cities. Chag sameach!
The Yeshivat He’Atid second grade students returned to school from Pesach break, eager to learn and complete their geography research project. The children explored the planet and researched various geographical locations. Throughout this unit, the students studied research writing and followed the research process. They
Ohr Yisroel talmidim were privileged to hear from Rav Aryeh Schechter, a prominent sofer. He addressed the entire yeshiva, checked the yeshiva’s sefer torah and examined some of the talmidim’s tefillin. The talmidim took the opportunity to ask Rabbi Schechter many questions as well as join him as he inspected parts of the sefer
This week in science, using their knowledge of physics, BPY eighth grade detectives attempted to solve a murder mystery. Using evidence from the murder scene, as well as the forensic details, they were tasked to determine the who, what, when and why of the case. There was some disagreement, but through animated