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TCA Students Honor Memory Of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Tenafly Chabad Academy students in grades one through eight studied his life and legacy. In each grade, the students talked about important issues including equality, acceptance and standing up for what is right.

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Ma’ayanot Advisory Sessions Reflect on ‘We Are One’

Ma’ayanot students wrapped up an incredible semester with their deans and advisors. They reflected together on the challenges of this year, with a focus on building each other up with positive and encouraging words. They celebrated the many successes of the semester by anonymously sharing admirable attributes

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Yavneh Academy Hosts Pre-K Havdala Night

The annual Yavneh Academy PreK Havdala Night was held on Motzei Shabbat, January 9, with the children wearing their pajamas and smiles! The evening began with some opening Torah remarks from Rabbi Knapp followed by famed singer Johnny Shlagbaum, aka Morah Alana’s husband, who recited a melodious Havdala. The children were able to use their cups and

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BPY Has Shabbat-In And Melave Malka

Friday was no ordinary Friday for BPY eighth grade students! Kitah chet was treated to a Shabbat-in. Given that spending Shabbat together at a shabbaton is not a possibility this year, Shabbat, and all the special parts of it, were brought to students in school giving them the opportunity to spend quality time

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RYNJ Students Receive New Siddurim

Rosh Chodesh Shevat took on an added layer and something new for RYNJ first graders. Students have become proficient in their kriah skills to receive a new full-size siddur from which they can daven from and connect to Hashem. Rabbi Price emphasized that when we learn Torah, Hashem is speaking to Bnei Yisrael but

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The Idea School Hosts Virtual ‘Exhibition Of Student Learning’

On Tuesday, January 12, The Idea School hosted its first Exhibition of Student Learning of the 2020/2021 school year. The exhibition was masterfully done digitally and allowed for a record crowd of over 150 guests to hear the students present their work and thoughtful creations. Junior and sophomore students

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Torah Time Is Fun at Chabad of Tenafly

Preschool students at Lubavitch on the Palisades enjoy “Torah Time” a weekly specialty program. Morah Leah teaches the children about the weekly parsha through an interactive puppet show and follows up with parsha questions that are sent home every Shabbat so children can share their parsha knowledge with their

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Moriah Kitah Hey Learns Mishnayot

Moriah kitah hey has had an exciting last few weeks. They started learning about the upcoming chag of Tu B’Shvat. The classes learned the Mishna inside about the four roshei hashanah. The fifth graders worked hard reading inside the Mishna and learning the different opinions of when we celebrate these special times. The class had

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TABC Mock Trial Team Advances to Semifinals

In a typical year, the TABC Mock Trial team rules the courtroom. Despite having to take their arguments online this year, the team has met with continued success, going 3-0 and advancing to the semifinal round, the only yeshiva high school to make this elite group. The TABC Mock Trial team has a long history of

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Yeshivat He’Atid Explores Tel Aviv Through Project-Based Learning

In Ivrit class, Yeshivat He’Atid seventh graders learned about various cities in Israel. They spent the last few weeks focusing on the city of Tel Aviv and all of its interesting monuments, sites and architecture. As a summary project, the students selected famous buildings or interesting sites to research in

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Eighth Graders Have a Blast At MTA Melave Malka

On Motzei Shabbos, January 9, MTA hosted an incredible melave malka for eighth graders! The achdus, energy and enthusiasm were truly unbelievable as students had a blast playing laser tag, arcade games, carnival games, mini golf and more! They also had the opportunity to spend time getting to know MTA talmidim and

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Interdisciplinary Lessons Connect JKHA Students to MLK Jr. Day

In JKHA, middle school Judaic Studies classes participated in an interdisciplinary lesson comparing the words of Martin Luther King Jr. and statements of Tanach and Chazal. They discussed similarities and differences, and focused on how the quotes inspire them, and what lessons and values they learned that they

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