Monday, September 26, 2022


Cheder Yaldei Menachem Says Baruch Hashem

In honor of the Baal Shem Tov’s birthday, Cheder Yaldei Menachem enjoyed a farbrengen and was inspired by some of his special teachings. Children discovered how meaningful and precious it is to Hashem when they feel thankful and say Baruch Hashem! Hashem is the one who makes everything in this whole wide world,


JKHA and RKYHS Partner With GrowTorah

JKHA/RKYHS is excited to embark on a partnership with GrowTorah which aims to cultivate a more passionate, sustainable and compassionate future driven by Torah values. GrowTorah develops experiential and environmental Torah education programs for Jewish institutions to create hands-on Torah learning experiences in


Tenafly Chabad Academy Marks Dot Day

Grades one through four at Tenafly Chabad Academy celebrated International Dot Day. Inspired by the book “The Dot” by Peter H Reynolds, the school’s art program is starting off beautifully.


WDS Fifth Grade Goes Seining on the Sound

On Friday, WDS fifth graders kicked off their semester-long study of the Long Island Sound with a visit to WDS’s waterfront, to explore the intertidal zone and the creatures who call it home. The students spent the first hour turning over rocks and squatting next to tide pools to find crabs, snails, hermit


WTA Fosters Well-Rounded Children

In first grade at WTA, holistic learning takes many forms. Students learn through frontal lessons, individual work, song, dance and more. To bring some extra fun to lessons about the Alef Bet, the children got a chance to show off their creativity, creating letter shapes with their bodies.


Frisch Students Enjoy Great Big Apple Pie Bake

Yeshivat Frisch students went apple picking this week, followed by a Great Big Apple Pie Bake in the school cafeteria. The pie baking demo was led by Toby Moses, Frisch office whiz and culinary arts teacher.

The mouth-watering, finished pies were donated to Jewish Family and Child


Yeshivat Noam Middle School Hikes the Mountains

Divided by grade, the students in sixth, seventh and eighth grades soaked in the sun while hiking and picnicking in the mountains.


JEC Gets Chizuk From Rabbi Lavi Greenspan

JEC Middle School and High School were fortunate to have heard words of inspiration from Rabbi Lavi Greenspan. He talked about his story and hardships and how he has overcome so much. “I started to look at what I did have, the positive instead of the negative.” The boys were captivated as they listened to him encourage


BPY Middle School Has Yom Ruach

Last week the BPY middle school students had an amazing Yom Ruach filled with spectacular BPY spirit! The students enjoyed a special waffle bar breakfast, followed by morning programming at school. Each grade competed in a photo scavenger hunt, tie dyed brand new BPY shirts sponsored by the PTO, gardened with Farmer Yosef


SAR Academy Celebrates Summer Learning

Last week SAR Academy celebrated its Summer Mishna Marathoners who completed Mishna Masechet Maasrot over the summer. Principal Rabbi Binyamin Krauss presented each marathoner with a certificate and Dunkin Donuts gift card to celebrate their achievement.

SAR wishes a mazal tov


Bruriah Middle School Has Summer Reading Book Sale

Ever wonder what happens with all that summer reading once school starts? Bruriah Middle School students read books of their choice over the summer, each grade with its own page number goal, and wrote short mini-reviews of what they read. Now that September is here, they prepared “book sale” talking points and tried to


KDS Fifth Grade Scientists Take Marshmallow Challenge

Kinneret Day School fifth grade students participated in the marshmallow challenge. The task is to build the tallest free standing tower with the limited supplies they were given: one marshmallow, 20 pieces of spaghetti, three feet of tape and string. The marshmallow must sit on the top of the free standing structure and

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