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Bruriah High School Town Hall Meeting Invites Students To Connect With Incoming Principal, Esther Eisenman

Mrs. Esther Eisenman, Bruriah’s incoming principal, held three town hall Zoom meetings with current Bruriah Students at the end of June to invite dialogue between students and their new educational leader. Despite the social distancing requirement, Mrs. Eisenman wanted to hear from her student body and give them an

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BMS—Brighten My Summer

What do STEM, Pirkei Avot, show-and-tell and the game ‘Malarky’ all have in common? If you ask the girls at Bruriah Middle School (BMS), you’ll hear about their “BMS: Brighten My Summer” program. The summer calendar of Zoom activities began when Mrs. Zehava Greenwald and Mrs. Leiter began talking to

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Kanfei ECAT Turns COVID-19 Lemons Into Lemonade

On July 6, Camp Bnos Kanfei embarked on “Bnos Kanfei ECAT 2020,” a two week east coast adventure trip (ECAT) that traveled to Lake George, Lake Placid, The Finger Lakes Region, Hershey Park and the Poconos. The girls came from Maayanot, SKA, Prospect, TAG, Bais Yaakov Baltimore and Shulamit High Schools. The trip was a response to the

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Anshei Lubavitch Kicks Off Second Session

Following an incredible, fun-filled first session, Camp Anshei’s spectacular second session began this week. With silly magic shows, dress-up days, pajama parties, car washes and a leibedik socially-distant erev-Shabbos visit to some home-bound community members, Camp Anshei has something for everyone.

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Pajama Week and More At Moshava Ba’ir

The campers at Moshava Ba’ir had a blast during pajama week. Baking, art, sports––everything is more fun in pjs. Of course, making their own ice cream and waffles piled with all of our favorite toppings was the sweetest.

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Toy Story Week at Gan Yaldenu Tots

This past week was Toy Story week, and the children had a great time celebrating. The older kids made “Forky,” one of the newest characters to join the movie, while the younger children recreated the aliens. The children also were so excited when they got to make their own Mr. Potato Head

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TABC Holds Outdoor Commencement for Class of 2020

The skies cleared just in time on Wednesday, July 8, for TABC’s socially-distant, but no less meaningful, commencement ceremony for the Class of 2020. Held in TABC’s parking lot on Palisade Avenue, the young men of the Class of 2020 marched in their caps and gowns—and, of course, TABC Storm face masks—and

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Ma’ayanot Celebrates The Class of 2020

Ma’ayanot held an unforgettable graduation for an unforgettable class. The celebration was certainly well worth the wait! Ma’ayanot faculty and staff were so happy to congratulate the Class of 2020 and celebrate this tremendous milestone in person. This grade banded together during quarantine to keep

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Yavneh Academy Runs [email protected] Summer Program

What do Yavneh Academy and Summer 2020 have in common? [email protected] Summer, of course!

As families began to consider summer plans for their children, Yavneh recognized that many of its students would not have the opportunity to participate

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A Long-Awaited Milestone for Yeshivat He’Atid: The First Graduating Class

(Courtesy of Yeshivat He’Atid) July 8, 2020 will go down in Yeshivat He’Atid’s history as a momentous occasion—the celebration of the first graduating class. While the circumstances were quite different than anyone envisioned due to the current climate and social distancing requirements, Yeshivat

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Always Having Fun the Torah Way at Camp Shalom

After a very successful first week at Camp Shalom, they followed up with another exceptional one. They kicked off the second week with an amazing acrobatic performance by The Chicago Boyz, and the campers had a blast! The rest of the week, the campers engaged in an amazing array of Camp Shalom activities.

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Gan Yaldenu Tots Experiences The Wonderful World of Disney

The children at Gan Yaldenu Tots are loving this summer’s Disney theme. Each week’s theme is a different movie, such as Mickey and Friends and Toy Story Week. Each child made a hat or visor with the character of their group and wore it at Shabbat Party. For Toy Story week the groups made different characters from the

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