This past Sunday, MTA welcomed parents to campus for the annual parent-son learning. All enjoyed the day as parents had the opportunity to learn with their sons and hear from the incredible rebbeim at MTA. Before hearing shiurim from the MTA rebbeim, the whole yeshiva and the parents heard from Rabbi Menachem
The children of the Lauren Elise Bier Nursery School have been very busy preparing for Rosh Hashanah. They had a special visit from Rabbi Eliezer Zwickler, rabbi of Congregation AABJ&D, who came to blow the shofar and Rabbi Yisroel Rosenblum of Living Legacy’s Shofar Factory who taught them where a shofar
Preschoolers at Lubavitch on the Palisades are having a great start to their school year. They are already busy learning about Rosh Hashanah and creating honey dishes. The song “Dip the apple in the honey” can be heard all through the halls of the school. Children have been busy tasting, voting and graphing
In preparation for Rosh Hashanah, MDS fifth graders had the unique opportunity to examine different types of shofarot in class: Shofars from different types of rams, a goat and a kudu. Students analyzed the different textures, shapes and sounds they made. Students also analyzed the sounds and Zvi E. noticed that the sounds felt
Naaleh was privileged to host Moshe Moskowitz, father of Naaleh students Dova (‘24) and Sarelle (‘26), and a survivor of the 9/11 attacks. He shared the incredible story of how he was alerted to leave his office on the 79th floor before his tower was hit, and how living through the tragedy changed the course of his life and
These SINAI [email protected] HaTorahstudents are doing their vocational training at a treasured community organization, the Teaneck Volunteer Ambulance Corps. They have already taken a tour of the facility, met volunteers and learned about the importance of EMS systems.
Yeshivat Noam students of all ages and their families had a super fun Sunday at the kick-off family event of the year. Inflatables, rides and miniature golf were just a few of the highlights enjoyed by Yeshivat Noam families. This super fun event was organized by and sponsored by the Yeshivat Noam Parents
TABC’s annual Freshman Chill was a memorable first outing for the newest members of the TABC family. The day began with doughnuts and a shmooze with TABC’s senior mentors who facilitated discussions about transitioning to high school and shared their own open and honest reflections. Later it was time to board
Lev Café was born out of an opportunity for SINAI and Ma’ayanot to partner together as an extension of their collaboration of their Lev HaShavuah program. SINAI and Ma’ayanot decided to further join forces and create a Friday morning coffee bar—Lev Café! Run by both Ma’ayanot and SINAI students, the
Yeshivat Frisch’s annual Club Fair, on September 14, highlighted over 125 co-curricular opportunities, spanning the realms of Torah, arts and music, athletics, communal service, competitions, activism, publications, science and engineering and special interests.
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