Friday, June 09, 2023


RPRY Performs Sefer Shoftim

The fifth grade girls in Morah Shulgasser’s class treated their mothers to a musical performance about Sefer Shoftim which they learned this year. The theme of the show was shira and hodaya (song and thanks), which are two of the recurring themes of the sefer. The girls presented and sang beautifully about


JKHA Faculty Complete Civic Education Fellowship

JKHA middle school faculty members Ari Levine and Linda Litland participated in the yearlong Civic Spirit Educator’s Cohort Fellowship through the Civic Spirit organization. Civic Spirit provides training to educators who work in faith based schools across the country and promotes civic education Litland and Levine officially


Idea School Gets in NY State of Mind

On June 1, Idea School junior class went on a field trip to New York City. Students visited the Museum of the City of New York. The goal of the trip was to enhance the classroom learning in the humanities and beit midrash disciplines.

In an activity facilitated by the 11/12 beit midrash teacher,


Yeshivat Noam Builds Model Mishkans  

Yeshivat Noam Chumash students completed their learning of Sefer Shemot by researching and building the keilim, tools, of the Mishkan as well as the bigdei kehunah, priestly clothing.


Gan Yaldenu Tots Bergenfield Has Fun in the Sun 

The children at Gan Yaldenu Tots love playing outside in the beautiful warm weather!


Yeshivat He’Atid Focuses On Famous New Jerseyans 

The fourth grade students have been researching famous New Jerseyans. They each chose a notable Jersey resident, gathered facts and designed a slideshow to share with the class. So many famous Jerseyans have “walked through” the class including F. Scott Fitzgerald, Althea Gibson, John Travolta and many


Anshei Lubavitch Masters Aleph Beis 

Anshei Lubavitch students were thrilled to have successfully mastered the aleph beis. The children have been learning the Hebrew letters through fun and engaging activities and interactive lessons.


Cheder Yaldei Menachem Teachers Learn Together 

Sue Gellert from SEFI of Montclair State University gave a session to Cheder Yaldei Menachem teachers. This was the third session of training on The Pyramid Model, a positive framework for promoting social, emotional and behavioral development of young children.


SINAI Serves Up Ice Cream for Students 

To celebrate the (almost) end of the school year, SINAI Board President Avi Vogel served Dippin’ Dots ice cream to students and families in his backyard last week.


Tenafly Chabad Academy Hosts Science Fair

Tenafly Chabad Academy’s seventh-grade students have truly engaged in an immersive scientific exploration over the past few months culminating in a fantastic Science Fair. Collaborating in small groups, these budding scientists selected intriguing topics, formulated hypotheses and diligently conducted


Ma’ayanot Visits Yeshiva University Museum

Ma’ayanot students had the special opportunity to visit the Yeshiva University Museum and to see their newest exhibit, The Golden Path: Maimonides Across Eight Centuries. Students were guided by talented educator Ilana Benson from the YU Museum, who gave them the opportunity to look at rare manuscripts and learn


RKYHS Seniors Travel to Poland

The RKYHS seniors took part in a Holocaust Studies Seminar in Poland and Prague. The group of students, several parents and teachers traveled throughout the country to learn about the rich Jewish life in Eastern Europe before the war and to bear witness to the devastation that the Holocaust wrought.

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