As part of a special tefillah program for the season of the Yamim Noraim, Ben Porat Yeshiva junior high students learned about special tefillot and piyutim from renowned chazzan Chaim Louk, who is also a grandparent of three BPY students.
Chazan Louk discussed the deeper meaning of the
RYNJ students in Rabbi Fishbain’s class experienced first-hand the world’s smallest kosher Sukkah!
Children of the Chabad Hebrew School performed the Tashlich ceremony at a stream behind the Synagogue in Franklin Lakes. In the Jewish faith, water is a symbol of renewal and fish a symbol of spiritual abundance. During the High Holidays, worshipers congregate at a running body of water where they recite psalms and feed the
We were learning about folk tales and one of the kids had the idea to write our own version of The Little Red Hen Builds A Sukkahfor the holidays. So we made a class big book written and illustrated by the students and everyone made his/her own miniature copies.
Moriah Pre-K students enjoyed learning about pumpkins and going pumpkin picking at Demerest Farms.
The Kindergarten students of Gan Kochavim at Yeshivat Heatid built a sukkah in their classroom in preparation for the chag! Everyone worked together to get the sukkah up for the school’s “Hachnasat Orchim Day,” when each class will visit the other’s Sukkah!
BPY students in first through fifth grades got inspired for Yom Kippur by participating in a series of workshops. They learned about the tefillah “Avinu Malkenu”; wrote their wishes on notepaper to place at the kotel; played a “slichot game” in which they learned about the importance of asking for
Yeshivat He’Atid Pre-K class learning about Tashlich.
Rabbi Zev Reichman spoke to the Moriah middle school students about teshuva and tefillah in preparation for Yom Kippur.
Tenafly–Another floor will be added at the Lubavitch on the Palisades campus on Harold Street in Tenafly, a project set to be completed next fall. The Lubavitch on the Palisades School (LPS) will be formalizing as a full-service nursery through eighth grade Jewish day school as it initiates its first sixth grade in the
September is a time for new beginnings, and this year, many exciting beginnings are taking place at Yeshivat Noam. Mrs. Kara Feldman joined Noam as Early Childhood Director and Rabbi Yitzchok Motechin took the position of Middle School Assistant Principal for Judaic Studies.
The Moriah School has expanded its shlichot program this year by increasing the number of shlichim in the school from twoto six. The additional girls are working in the Early Childhood and Middle School. As the year gets underway, the new shlichot have already begun getting to know the Middle School students, davening with them each morning, and working and