Moriah third graders spend time each week in their dedicated science lab as part of the school's STEM program.
Yeshivat Noam Parents Association's Back to School Event with Amazing Inflatables and a Great BMX Show.
Students at BCHSJS, the Bergen County High School of Jewish Studies, participated in a school-wide trip to the Alpine Scout Camp where they learned survival skills from expert, Dr. Gabe Goldman. Students were shown how to start their own fire, how to find medicinal plants in nature, how to make Shabbat candles out of
Yeshivat Frisch wishes a hearty mazel tov to our very own Rabbi David Sher, who got engaged this week to DT Shicker, a teacher at our neighbor down the road, Yeshivat Noam.
I was so overwhelmed with emotion that I didn’t realize that I was crying until I wiped a tear from my face. I have always been a proud parent, teacher and cheerleader of Yeshivat Noam, but the program that was held on Friday, Erev Sukkot, truly blew me away and reminded me of why I feel the way I do about
On Friday, September 18, the MTA Mountain Lions Outdoors Club completed a 25 mile bike tour on both sides of the Hudson River. Five students and one faculty member began in Fort Lee Historic Park, crossed the George Washington Bridge and proceeded down the Hudson River Greenway to Battery Park. They then took a ferry from
RYNJ is excited to introduce two online programs called Headsprout and Raz-Kids into all second and third grade classrooms. Headsprout uses interactive online episodes to teach reading fundamentals and comprehension skills. Raz-Kids contains a collection of leveled books that students read online. It also assesses comprehension by
Simchat Torah is the celebration of both the completion of a cycle of Torah learning and the beginning of a new one, as one should always strive to have new goals for his own Talmud Torah. What more appropriate place to have that celebration than in TABC, where students are engaged in a high level of Talmud Torah on a daily basis.
TABC's juniors and seniors started their new year strong with a Welcome Back Shabbaton in Camp Dora Golding. On Thursday night, the seniors shared a heartfelt kumsitz with their rebbeim. Friday was an exciting day as everyone bonded while white water rafting or paint-balling. The group returned to camp for a wonderful Shabbat of
Following the recent terror attacks in Israel, Moriah's B'nai Akiva shlichot worked with all middle school students to teach them about the current situation. The Moriah School stands with their brothers and sisters in Israel and declares Am Yisrael Chai.
The Moriah nursery classes became scientists this week, Students learned about the three primary colors and explored how they are transformed when the colors are mixed.
Rabbi Reichman met with the Moriah Early Childhood students to learn about a Sefer Torah in preparation for Simchat Torah.