Friday, January 21, 2022


JEC Sixth Grade Learns About the Water Cycle

In science class, sixth graders are learning about the water cycle using ziploc bags! What better way for them to understand the processes involved than seeing it right in front of them?


WDS Fourth Grade Has a Digital Lab

The WDS fourth graders did a digital lab about the circulatory system. The kids took blood samples from different parts of the body to see where there is the most and least amounts of oxygen and sugar.


Nazi Hunter Visits RPRY

Dr. Efraim Zuroff, director of the Jerusalem office of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, and a Nazi hunter, visited the seventh and eighth grade classes at RPRY via Zoom from Jerusalem. Dr. Zuroff spoke about his decades-long quest for justice, pursuing and convicting war criminals for the atrocities they committed during the Holocaust.


RKYHS Alumni Come ‘Home’ During Winter Break

Young RKYHS alumni who are currently in college came together at the school in the Gottlieb Family Pavilion for a reunion while they were home on their winter breaks. The many attendees were excited to be back at RKYHS, reminisce with fellow classmates, catch up with their former teachers and hear words from


Cheder Yaldei Menachem Learns From Rambam’s Life

The life of the Rambam was celebrated on his yartzeit at CYM. The children learned how he was a great Torah scholar and authored many special books that we still learn today. The Rambam was also an incredible, caring doctor, who helped sick people get better and taught people how to live healthy lives. This way


Ma’ayanot Students Deepen Learning With Academic Concentrations

At Ma’ayanot, students learn what they love and love what they learn! Beginning in freshman year, students choose an academic concentration, allowing them to pursue their passions and develop their skills under the guidance of master teachers. Three years of coursework in her concentration earns a student a


Naaleh Learns at Mishmar

On Thursday, December 9, over 70 Naaleh students stayed late for mishmar. After enjoying poppers and potato kugel, they heard a dynamic shiur from TABC Mashgiach Ruchani, Rabbi Michael Hoenig. Rabbi Hoenig spoke about learning from the way we light Chanukah candles in ascending order, that we too should always ascend in


TABC Kicks Off College Admissions Season With Exciting Acceptances

TABC is proud to announce that senior Gavi Kigner has been accepted Early Decision into Johns Hopkins University. Mazal Tov also to last year’s valedictorian Ezra Baron ‘21 and David Berger ‘21 upon their Early Decision acceptances to the NYU Stern School of Business. Finally, all 15 of TABC’s early decision applicants to


Yeshivat He’Atid Students Travel the World Through Art

The Yeshivat He’Atid elementary school students have been “traveling” the world through art by learning about different places and cultures. They have already traveled to Asia and South America, and are currently exploring Canada and the United States. Japanese koi fish, kokeshi dolls, Chinese dragons and


Yeshivat Noam Parents Association Hosts a Sold-Out Parents Night Out

Yeshivat Noam’s Parent Association organized a very well-attended and successful Parents Night Out at Ready to Golf in Hackensack. Event co-chairs, Shira Moer and Rebecca Pasternak were thrilled with the great turn out of parents of all ages. According to Rebecca, “Everyone was happy to enjoy the activities


TCA Sixth Graders Do Pair-Programming

TCA sixth graders work in pairs to solve coding challenges. The students will use these skills for physical computing later in the year.


Builder School Welcomes New General Studies Faculty

The Builder School is excited to announce the addition of two veteran educators to its General Studies team: Daniel Rosenberg and Ann Brodsky.

With over 20 years of experience in the education field, Rosenberg joins the Builder School as an accomplished educator and administrator. He comes on

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