On Saturday night, Frisch hosted Hoops for HASC, a 3-on-3 basketball tournament to benefit the wonderful Camp HASC.
The Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy Middle School debate team traveled to SAR Academy to debate the resolution that states “all minors accused of violent crimes should be tried as adults.” The JKHA students debated against Yavneh Academy, SAR Academy and Yeshivat Noam. The presentations were excellent. JKHA seventh grader Jacob
Christians United for Israel speaker Morgan Taylor, a junior at Montclair State University, speaks to the RKYHS AIPAC committee last week. Standing from left to right: David Needle, Ben Waldman, Morgan Taylor from CUFI and Olivia Butler.
Rabbi Moshe Benovitz, Managing Director of NCSY, Director of NCSY Kollel and a Rabbi at Yeshivat Reishit Yerushalayim, addressed the RKYHS Judaic Studies faculty, and then gave a meaningful Tanach shiur to the school’s juniors and seniors.
Yeshivat Noam observed Veterans Day with special programming, guest speakers and patriotic music. Lieutenant Myles Melnicoff spoke to the middle school students. Colonel Dr. Carl Singer, Yeshivat Noam grandparent, spoke to elementary school students. Sgt. Tzvi also spoke about his military experience. The students left
In honor of Veterans Day, TABC’s talmidim were privileged to hear a presentation from Evan Kerzer, a veteran of the Air Force. Officer Kerzer described his tour of duty in Afghanistan and the challenges of being a practicing Jew in the military. The message sent to the students was that we are grateful for all that the
Students serving on Ma’ayanot’s Holiday Enhancement Committee created a meaningful Veterans Day tribute. The program started with Hatikvah and the Star-Spangled Banner, accompanied by Assistant Principal Mrs. Tamar Appel on the piano. Naomi Sanft (‘17) created a slide show containing photos and information about family members of
On Veteran’s Day, Ben Porat Yosef students learned about the five branches of the United States armed forces and about veterans who have served, through the guidance of the “Major Stuart Adam Wolfer Institute”. After viewing and hearing engaging presentations, they wrote letters to veterans to thank them for their service to
On Veterans Day, four remarkable veterans from the JKHA community spoke to Grades 2-4. Students had the unique opportunity to hear from Mr. Josh Tennenberg, grandfather of Sam, Emily, and Alex Tennenberg, and Mr. Ellis Polin, grandfather of Adam, Elise, and Rebecca Commer, who spoke to the students about their time in the
Rabbi Moshe Benovitz of Yeshivat Reishit Yerushalayim and NCSY spoke to Frisch sophomores last week about the dynamic power of Torah and its potential to inspire us, depending on how open we let ourselves be to receiving it. Rabbi Benovitz urged students to cultivate their ability to internalize all that Torah has to teach us.