WTA eighth graders are piloting the program Better Together after receiving a grant from a well-known, anonymous foundation. Better Together is an initiative that pairs senior citizens with students to cultivate meaningful relationships during COVID via phone calls, Zoom events and virtual programming. The students will be participating in
Children in the pre-k class at The Lauren Elise Bier Nursery School love using the iPads in the classroom. Aside from using the iPads for brain breaks or quiet music while they rest, one of the children’s favorite activities is using them to play Osmo. Osmo allows the children to practice their number
Kitah bet celebrated their Mesibat Chumash this week! They sang, danced and presented the story of Avraham Avinu in Parshat Lech Lecha! Each student read pesukim from the sefer Torah. The celebration continued with a drive-by party at Ben Porat Yosef where the students received their chumashim. Kol hakavod kitah
Ma’ayanot students were excited to celebrate the end of a successful in-person semester with some Erev Shabbat ruach to mark the last day that the entire student body would be together in person before winter break. Students from the Holiday Enhancement Committee set up crock pots of steaming hot, delicious
TABC students who are part of the weekly Shnayim Mikra Challenge celebrated the completion of sefer Bereishit last week. Dougie’s was served as the students listened to words of encouragement from esteemed YU Rosh Yeshiva Rav Hershel Schachter. TABC is so proud of its students who dedicate themselves to learning the weekly parsha
A huge shout out to the RYNJ sixth grade! The RYNJ annual Invention Convention held last week was a resounding success! RYNJ engineers and scientists had an amazing afternoon presenting their prototypes to their friends and the RYNJ Sharks.
In preparation of the convention,
Yavneh’s lower school students are exploring their creative side as they continue to work on their art projects with Malky Kazam, Yavneh’s art teacher. First graders drew snow angels from a birds eye view. Second graders drew cityscapes inspired by James Rizzi. Fourth and fifth graders created a composition with different kinds of lines
Fun activities, inspirational learning, challah baking, hot cholent, delicious kugel and warm zemirot are what a preschool Siyum is all about. Mazal Tov to the Yeshivat He’Atid early childhood students on their siyum Bereishit. Everyone is so proud of all the Torah learned so far this year. Yeshivat He’atid’s amazing morot continue to foster a
LPS Preschool and Tenafly Chabad Academy collected coats, sweaters and jackets for the Yad Leah Coat Drive. What acts of chesed!
This week, Ma’ayanot seniors took a virtual tour of the Teaneck Mikvah as a culmination of their learning about taharat hamishpacha. Throughout their learning together, seniors continued to develop an appreciation for the depth, complexity and nuance of Halacha that is always a hallmark of learning at
Torah is the foundation of the entire MTA experience and talmidim are privileged to have a variety of extra Torah learning opportunities throughout each day. From pre-Shacharit chaburahs to lunch-time chevrusahs, night seder, dynamic shiurim and so much more, every talmid has a chance to enrich their lives through
On the last day of classes before midterms, Naaleh’s G.O. put together a No-Stress Fest. Each station featured a stress-relieving activity, from stretch and breathing exercises, to various art activities, to puzzles, to heated massage pillows! Students also had the opportunity to create personalized schedules in