Mi’shenichnas Adar marbim b’simcha—when the month of Adar arrives we are so happy! Why are we happy? Because Purim is coming. This week the nursery focused on feelings. They talked about what makes us happy and what makes us sad. It is okay to feel all these kinds of feelings because no matter what our emotions are, I will
Last week, TABC competed in YU’s 26 thannual Model UN conference with over 450 students from 45 other schools. The TABC delegation of 13, representing the countries of Iran and Japan, took home a total of three awards:
Avi Cooper ‘17 received Honorable Mention and Ezra
Ten Ma’ayanot students—including Talia Kupferman ‘16, Ellie Blanchard ‘16, Leora Wolff ‘16, Racheli Zirman ‘16, Danielle Krim ‘17, Rinat Shely ‘17, Malka Kaminetzky ‘18, Shana Adler ‘16, Tamar Schwartz ‘16, Aleeza Berkowitz ‘17, Noa Berkowitz ‘19, Shalva Faber ‘18, Ayelet Marder ‘18, Abby Stiefel ‘16
Yeshivat Noam seventh grade boys learned the laws of Havdalah in Masechet Pesachim.with their rebbe, Rabbi Jonathan Kessel.
The Yavneh Academy Kitah Aleph students were so excited to receive their new siddurim. Dressed in their Shabbat best, they sang and danced in celebration. Their morot are so proud of all that they have accomplished.
When one performs a Google search seeking the best high schools, the first result shown is a website called Niche—the top-rated, and only, website devoted to listing the best in public and private schools in the United States. Niche recently listed the top private high schools in New Jersey for 2016, and the Jewish community
This past week, the first grade students of Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey reached an important milestone in their lives as they received their very first chumashim. In front of their parents, relatives and teachers, the students presented a spirited program of singing songs about the importance of
Ma’ayanot sophomores recently enjoyed a day of chesed activities. Half of the grade traveled to the Afya Foundation in Yonkers, New York, where they assisted in sorting and packing medical supplies that are delivered to local communities or foreign countries in need. The other half, joined by students who attend Sinai
Bruriah Holocaust Museum curator Ariella Chomsky of Passaic takes time out from an interview on JM in the AM to pose with special installation curators Ilana Markowitz of Bergenfield and Rivka Hirsch of Passaic. Each curator thanked her staff of assistants before detailing how she integrated her installation to help realize the
The JKHA Torah Bowl teams traveled to RYNJ for the third meet of the season. They competed against RPRY, Yeshiva at the Jersey Shore, RYNJ and Bruriah. Both the girls and the boys have been studying for weeks, reviewing several parshiyot of Chumash with Rashi under the tutelage of their coach, Rabbi Sukenik. The girls are proud of
TABC’s Freshman Shabbaton was another wonderful opportunity for the ninth graders to continue to grow into a cohesive group, as they shared a Shabbat together with their rebbeim and senior mentors. The theme of the shabbaton was happiness, and the freshmen fittingly experienced the joy of a Shabbat together. Some pre and
Frisch’s own Mrs. Rifkie Silverman ‘82, Director of Engineering, visited Israel last week with other STEM educators to learn the latest advances in STEM education. The trip was part of a mission sponsored by Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey.
In order to learn from Israel’s map for