Monday, November 28, 2022


[email protected] Celebrates Chanukah

Students at [email protected] JKHA celebrated Chanukah, making latkes and decorations.


Lipa Rocks Moriah

Lipa Schmeltzer rocked Moriah with a Chanukah concert for all students!


Making Latkes at Moriah

Moriah’s nursery classes got to make latkes with Chef Mike from Mike’s Bistro!


RKYHS Holds Semi-Annual Blood Drive

Livingston, NJ–For the 11th straight year, the Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School held its semiannual Blood Drive on December 24. The Blood Drive Committee is student-led, with Co-Presidents Elisa Candelario, Katy Candelario and Anna Kaplan assisted by a group of 30 high school students, and advised by


RKYHS Brings Street Torah to Newark Penn Station

Students from the Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School participate in a weekly activity called “Street Torah.” It is a chance to encounter, and interact with, the homeless community that lives on the streets in the vicinity of Newark Penn Station. During their time in Newark each week, students hand out


RKYHS Students Attend AIPAC’s Saban Conference: A Personal Perspective

Washington, DC–The 2014 Winter Saban conference was an amazing experience. The informative topics ranged from Sunnis and Shiites to the Israeli “occupation,” Iran’s nuclear program and anti-Israel arguments. The presentations were especially insightful because of the boundless energy of the young students in the various


AIPAC Saban Leadership Conference Enlightens Students

More than 400 students from around the U.S. attended the opening general session of the 2014 Winter Saban Leadership Seminar hosted by AIPAC in Washington, D.C. They heard Middle East experts speak about the current state of affairs in that region, and politicos discuss the transition in Congress in the aftermath of the midterm


RTMA Hosts Father-Son Learning

Elizabeth, NJ–On December 25, the Rav Teitz Mesivta Academy (RTMA) held its annual Father and Son Learning and Breakfast. The day began when fathers and their middle school and high school-aged sons davened beside one another in the school’s Beit Midrash, followed by an insightful message by


MTA Seniors Attend Production of Wiesenthal

On Wednesday, December 24 th, the entire senior class of MTA attended the biographical off-Broadway play Wiesenthal, recounting the life of Simon Wiesenthal, a Holocaust survivor renowned for his work as a “Nazi hunter” who tracked down Nazi war criminals all over the world in order to bring them to


The Pre-School Players at RYNJ

RYNJ candles shone brightly this Chanukah as each preschool class put on a play. The children were full of smiles as they sang with gusto and excitement. Parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles marveled at the children’s confidence which truly came through. One grandparent remarked that the children “had poise and


Moriah Students Raise $2,275 During Chanukah Campaign

As the culmination of the week-long special Chanukah programming in the Middle School, students raised $2,275 for tzedakah. In one of the most successful Chanukah campaigns in years past, the student Chesed Coordinators sold dollar tickets for the chance to win, with all money going to worthy causes. In order to generate


Ma’ayanot Alumnae College Fellowship Program

Launched three years ago, Ma’ayanot’s Alumnae College Fellowship Program was designed to afford alumnae who have an interest in formal and/or informal Jewish education the chance to work with Ma’ayanot students and teachers to gain valuable classroom experience and to hone programming skills. This year three Ma’ayanot

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