Sunday, June 04, 2023


JEC Faculty Enjoy Delicious Coffee

Thank you to the Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest for the delicious coffee on Tuesday morning in honor of all JEC teachers. They appreciate your support— and thank you to the teachers for all you do for all the students!


He’Atid Jumps Down the Rabbit Hole

Yeshivat He’Atid drama and choir students were thrilled to perform their spring production of “Wonder & Wander,” an afternoon of theater and music. The third through fifth graders presented “By Way of Wonderland” with creative costumes, group work and musical interludes to help tell this classic


Yeshivat Shalshelet Students Reflect

In honor of Rosh Chodesh Sivan, Yeshivat Shalshelet students started the new month by creating reflection artwork and discussing what it means to look back on their journey this year. Everyone is so proud of each one student and all that they’ve accomplished!


RKYHS Students Learn Glassblowing

A group of RKYHS art and engineering students spent a day learning about flamework, glass sculpting, glass mosaics and glass etching at GlassRoots, a studio in Newark. This was the first step in the development of the new GLASS (glass art and science specialty) program being developed over the next year at


Idea School Student Wins First Place at CIJE Innovation Day

Idea School 10th grader Noam Forman-Vidaver won first place at CIJE Innovation Day in the category of Engineering for Entertainment and the Arts. His invention was an alarm clock that required a user to solve a Rubik's cube in order to turn it off. Aryeh Laufer, head of STEM at The Idea School, said, “The innovation, the


Moriah Hosts CIJE Bytes Fair

Last week Wednesday, 12 teams of middle school students from The Moriah School, Yeshivat Noam, Rabbi Pesach Raymon Yeshiva (RPRY), and SAR Academy gathered at Moriah to share their accomplishments and learn from one another at the Center for Initiatives in Jewish Education’s (CIJE) Bytes Technology Fair.


Naaleh Juniors Visit Liberty

As an extension of their anatomy and physiology curriculum, the Naaleh juniors traveled to the Liberty Science Center to witness a kidney transplant. The students eagerly observed as the kidney was transplanted from the donor to the recipient, and they learned about all of the procedures and tools involved. They


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Three [email protected] classescame together to paint Jerusalem landscapes with watercolors in honor of Yom Yerushalayim. What a beautiful way to commemorate Israel’s liberation of our capital!


Tenafly Chabad Academy

Tenafly Chabad Academy had a truly memorable celebration of Yom Yerushalayim today, leaving a lasting impact. First our entire school joined together to sing “Yerushalayim Shel Zahav.” It was beautiful to see the entire school singing together in honor of Yom Yerushalayim.



BPY celebrated this meaning day for Am Yisrael, both in and out of the classrooms. The elementary school students learned about the unification of Yerushalayim after 19 years of being divided, and how Eretz Yisrael cannot be complete until we have the heart of the world, Yerushalayim, as part of Am Yisrael’s


Yeshivat He’Atid

Students in grades three through eight had the opportunity to learn about the cities and history of Israel from a special guest, Ilan Frydman. Frydman, the liaison of the New Jersey shlichim of the World Zionist Organization, with the help of a very large map of Israel, engaged the students in discussing trivia,



RPRY had an assembly in honor of Yom Yerushalayim. In order to experience Yerushalayim, early childhood made bricks and placed them outside the beit midrash, creating a wall resembling the Kotel. Older grades watched a performance put on by the eighth graders. The sixth and eighth grade boys sang songs related to

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