On Wednesday, September 30, Yavneh students engaged in a school-wide learning, focusing on the theme of v’samachta b’chagecha—being joyous on your holiday. Students joined virtually via Zoom from their classrooms to learn about happiness followed by an activity. The learning was led by the middle school
In the spirit of this year’s theme of “We Are One,” Ma’ayanot’s Rapids Rising Freshmen Trip brought the ninth grade to the Bronx Zoo on Thursday, October 1. The trip was infused with togetherness, giving students the opportunity to get to know their classmates in a relaxed setting off campus.
In preparation for Sukkot, TCA middle school students had the opportunity to learn about the arba minim in a hands-on and interactive way. Led by Rabbi Shain, the students learned the difference between an Israeli etrog and an Italian etrog—where most lulavim, hadasim and aravot come from—what the lulav
Yeshivat He’Atid students are excited to begin their STEM classes! The school is lucky to have none other than the amazing Liberty Science Center (LSC) provide STEM education for its students. Their award-winning STEM education team delivers engaging, curriculum-aligned science experiences to our first-fifth grade students throughout the
This past week RYNJ in conjunction with NCSY hosted an exciting Chol Hamoed Escape the Zoom experience. Over 150 RYNJ families participated in a virtual escape the room event with various clues to help “Mordy” acquire his arba minim in time for Sukkot. It was a fun, challenging program and a great way to bring
While Sukkot may have looked different this year than it has in previous years, MTA infused Yom Tov with its signature inspiration, energy and achdut through special [email protected] Sukkot programming. These programs included guidelines, helpful tips and a list of Sukkot songs to make
Anshei Lubavitch students are so excited to begin their parsha units with Bereshit this week! The children love hearing parsha stories, learning corresponding songs and creating works of art to demonstrate what they’ve learned! To illustrate the stories of Bereshit, they used all of the art materials in every
As part of the Sukkot programming in JKHA, students met with the interim lower school psychologist Dr. Gorelick for a program to announce the theme of the year—JKHA Smiles! After a social emotional check in of their weeks discussing what was on their minds and what they are happy or upset about, Dr. Gorelick discussed
KC Kids Aftercare at Yeshivat HeAtid is back in full swing with fun activities and games! Children enjoy daily board games, trivia, art, sports and more!