Frisch students (and some enterprising alumni in the Old City of Yerushalayim) turned out in droves wearing their finest pink apparel for Sharsheret’s Pink Day, which raises awareness about Sharsheret’s vital services, resources and programming for women and men in the Jewish community facing breast
NJ Senator Robert Gordon visited Yavneh Academy last week. Senator Gordon spoke to the students about his job, how he got involved in politics, the legislative process and why it is important to become involved in your community. Students and parents appreciated the opportunity to have a special question and answer
Third grade students broke into groups to brainstorm about how to use a lever, an inclined plane and wheels to fill a cubby bin with school supplies, move it across the room and lift it into a cubby hole. The twist? They could not lift or slide anything without the assistance of a simple machine. The groups
It is not easy to be a teenager. Navigating the complexities of the 21 stcentury, balancing school work, friendships, family obligations and your own tremendous growth—it can feel like a full-time job. At Ma’ayanot, each student has a mehanekhetto help her through the process.
Rabbi Jeremy Stern, Executive Director of ORA (Organization for the Resolution of Agunot) presented to Ma’ayanot seniors as part of Ma’ayanot’s annual Agunah Prevention Prenup Program.
Teaneck Chabad pre-nursery built an aron kodesh with the help of class mom Miriam Kaminetsky. The children hammered away at nails to construct an actual aron.
Ben Porat Yosef second grade students completed their science unit on magnets and forces. Their study culminated with a design challenge. The students conceived of and built their own Maglev (magnetic levitation) train models to demonstrate the concepts that they had learned.
Meshenichnas Adar, marbim b’simcha!The TABC seniors infused the Yeshiva’s hallways with the spirit of Adar in honor of Rosh Chodesh. They displayed wonderful camaraderie as they enjoyed wholesome fun together.
It’s cold outside and the snow is falling, so the middle school talmidot of RYNJ chose “Hashem’s Winter Wonderland” as the timely theme of their Rosh Chodesh Adar I breakfast last Wednesday.
The RYNJ students of 6G2 were in charge, and they set up the lunchroom in a winter
The Yeshivat Noam second grade scientists have been learning about simple machines and how they are used to reduce the effort needed for doing work. The students became inventors. They used wedges (pins) to connect different inclined planes to a board and make a multi-path marble run.
Electronics and circuitry, app creation, 3-D printing, videography, micro-green planting, sensors, secret knock detectors, design thinking, a fail forward lab and more!
The Maker Movement is all about making cool things with tech, and the I.D.E.A. Schools Network is excited to announce that our first