Thursday, March 23, 2023


Bereishit at Gan Rina

Children at Gan Rina Nursery are learning all about Bereishit and the days of the week.


Students at Iris Berman Early Childhood Center Learn About the Torah

Tal Wasserman gets an up-close look at the Torah scrolls at the Synagogue of the Suburban Torah in advance of the Jewish holiday of Simchat Torah. Tal and his friends at the Iris Berman Early Childhood Center in Livingston learned how a Torah is made, why it is so special and why Jews all around dance with the Torah on this special


RKYHS Unveils Chromebook Lab

RKYHS freshmen are learning to use technology and cooperative learning to create project proposals. Using the school’s new Chromebook lab, students can collaborate with each other and use a variety of technologies to produce real-world work. This allows them to think out of the box and expand their skill sets.


RKYHS Freshman Participate in Sukkah Competition

The RKYHS freshmen participated in the first Annual Sukkah Competition. The students were split up by faculty in order to get to know their classmates and had to create a kosher sukkah out of various snacks including fluff, pretzels, sour sticks, chocolate chips, cookies and others. This was not only a fun and


JKHA First Grade Studies Weather

What is the weather, and how do scientists observe it? JKHA first graders became scientists and used their senses to discover information about the weather outside. Together, the children brainstormed words to describe the weather. Then the class went outside and used their four senses of listening, smelling, touching/feeling and


JKHA Kitah Alef Learns Ivrit

JKHA Kitah Alef has enthusiastically begun learning Ivrit using the multi-sensory and dynamic Tal Am curriculum. To introduce the reading program, Rabbi Srolovitz dressed up as Ariot, the class lion, who teaches all the letters to the children. The children welcomed “Ariot” with the song, “Shalom Ariot” and happily received their


JKHA Welcomes Rabbi Chaim Marcus

The Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy Middle School once again had the privilege of hosting Rabbi Chaim Marcus of Congregation Israel in Springfield. Rabbi Marcus has the ability to engage all types of students through his warmth, storytelling and erudition. His passion for Torah, tefilah and Judaism is always palpable and an


RKYHS Sociology Class Learns Criminal Justice System

The RKYHS senior sociology class had a special field trip last week to the Morris County Jail. The class is studying the American criminal justice system and the trip was intended to enhance the students’ learning experience. They received a full tour of the facility and met with jail officials. Students found the trip


JKHA Nursery 3 Prepares for the Chagim

The yeladim in Nursery 3 were busy acclimating to a new school, classroom and friends. They were also busy getting ready for all of the chagim. Nursery 3 students learned about Yom Kippur and Sukkot. They discussed that they go to shul to say sorry to Hashem for all the mistakes that they have made during the year, and how


Rabbi Wieder Speaks at Moriah

Rabbi Jeremy Wieder, Rosh Yeshiva at YU, addressing the Moriah Middle School about the Aseret Yemei Teshuva.


The Shofar Is Heard at Noam

Yeshivat Noam fifth grade boys learning about and blowing the shofar.


Teaneck Chabad Starts Year Learning About Rosh Hashanah

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