The Bergen County High School of Jewish Studies (BCHSJS) in order to recognize the important milestone of graduation, recently held a virtual graduation. This year’s graduates are Leah Dorman, Allison Kramer, Jacob Krebs, Tyler Leopold, Emma Matthews, Carmel Ohring, Sam Pitchkhadze, Sara Skobac, Abigail Stern, Myles Suchoff and Ilana
(Courtesy of CIJE) Hundreds of students, teachers and parents from across the United States convened online, on the evening of May 26, to recognize and celebrate the ingenuity, research and perseverance on the part of close to 1,000 young innovators representing Jewish day schools across America. The
The 25 eighth-graders who make up this year’s graduating class at Bi-Cultural Hebrew Academy Lower School in Stamford practically had their bags packed for their trip to Israel, when their plans to spend a month trekking through the Jewish state came to a screeching—and heartbreaking—halt.
In addition to learning about Shavuot in the classroom, JKHA middle school provided robust programming for the division “outside” of the classroom.
It was a full lineup of inspiring learning sessions for the late night middle school “Pre-kun leil Shavuot,” as middle
SINAI at JKHA students gathered via zoom to make colorful art flower projects in preparation for Shavuot. The students each had a chance to show off their finished projects to their classmates and teachers before wishing each other a chag sameach! It was so fun to see what they came up with!
Pre-k students at Lubavitch on the Palisades celebrated the completion of learning the alef-bet right in time for Shavuot. Each child decorated special crowns to wear for the celebration and presented their own letter creations to their friends that they made out of yummy treats and assorted materials.
(Courtesy of OHEL) The Smile Club is a groundbreaking, smile-inducing initiative designed to elevate the lives of the other heroes facing the current COVID-19 pandemic––the children. This program was developed and customized by OHEL’s children’s services department in collaboration with Sara Younger, owner of Summer
The Moriah fifth grade classes had the opportunity to hear from some very special guests last week.
Last Monday artist Eitan Barokas visited with the fifth grade students via Zoom. He shared with the students how he became an artist and explained his methodology. Barokas took the
Ma’ayanot students were two of the top five scorers in this year’s Jerusalem Science Contest, an international competition for high school juniors and seniors. Sonia Weiner (‘21) won first place, and Atara Weil (‘20) placed in the top five. Co-sponsored by the Jerusalem College of Technology (JCT) and Chicago’s Walder