The world has simply stopped. This is a sentiment that we have heard, read, felt and seen in so many facets of our normal lives. What hasn’t stopped is the limud Torah and general studies learning at RYNJ. Well, not at RYNJ but for all RYNJ students! This past week was Teacher Appreciation Week. Now more than
Yeshivat He’Atid can’t thank its teachers enough for all the hard work they have been doing. Parents would love to say thank you in person, though for now, they had to say thank you from the bottom of our hearts, from afar. Teachers were delivered special packages with Shabbat wine, challah and cake from
The surprise graduation signs have been delivered to all of the Moriah Class of 2020 graduates!
Thank you to Moriah Association of Parents (MAP) for sponsoring. Thank you to Don Yahalom for designing. Thank you to Mike Fried and Signarama for creating them so quickly. Thank you
In celebration of Israel week, Naaleh students learned about Israel across the curriculum, exploring aspects of ancient and modern Israel through the lens of each subject. Teachers of Tanach, science, history, philosophy, language and Halacha each dedicated classes to explore self-contained units about Israel, highlighting the
Ma’ayanot teachers relished the chance to visit the Ma’ayanot Class of 2020 at their homes. Teachers brought lawn signs for the students to proudly display. The students were so surprised and elated to have a chance to once again see their beloved teachers. The students and teachers alike were sending each
MTA talmidim Sam Blech, Samuel Gorman, Akiva Kra, Binyamin Rubin, Yitzy Shaykevich and Jonathan Sherman represented MTA at Civic Spirit Day on Thursday, May 7. The goal of this event, hosted by Civic Spirit, an organization that provides school communities with the tools, training and a diverse network to foster
While Yavneh Academy has been maintaining the academic component of the school experience during distance learning, staff has also been focusing on the social/emotional lives of the students. One part of this effort has been the weekly evening Chill Zones in middle school; one for sixth, one for seventh and one for eighth-graders.
New Jersey Senator Cory Booker took time out of his day to meet with students at RKYHS last Wednesday. Booker, who was speaking to them on Yom Ha’atzmaut spoke to students on a variety of topics. He discussed the current Covid-19 situation and responses to the pandemic. Quoting from Tanach, he described how we are all standing in
Rebecca Lopkin’s ninth grade speech class is launching a unique PBL (Project Based Learning) venture entitled TABC Newsroom. The class was divided into four groups, with one member of each group appointed anchor and the others serving as reporters. Students then chose what type of reporter they wanted to be: sports,
During a time when so many people are reaching out for help, The Moriah School has stepped up to answer the call.
With the help of generous donations from Moriah families, the school has employed its caterer, Five Star Caterers, to cook and prepare meals for those in need within the
Anshei Lubavitch students have been carefully counting each day of the Omer and were so excited to reach day number 33 this week! The children made beautiful tissue-paper bonfire artwork, attended a virtual bonfire and learned all about the story of Rabbi Akiva. They commemorated Rabbis Akiva’s students by