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Tuesday, May 17, 2022
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Anshei Lubavitch Visits Outer Space

Anshei Lubavitch students climbed aboard a spaceship this week and traveled to outer space to learn all about the solar system! The children stopped at each planet and learned about its unique qualities. They also visited a variety of space stations, where they played solar system bingo, created planet artwork,

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MTA Freshmen Participate in V’haarev Na Simchas HaTorah

MTA talmidim in Rabbi Danto’s freshman shiur joined hundreds of talmidim at the V’haarev Na Simchas HaTorah on Thursday, April 7, which began with a three hour retzifus chazzara. The event also included dancing, a seuda, divrei Torah and a kumzitz with Baruch Levine and Eitan Katz. Talmidim are participating in the V’haarev

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TABC Juniors Explore Electromagnetic Waves

Ayelet Kopel’s physics students have been learning about electromagnetic waves. While discussing microwaves, the class conducted an experiment with a chocolate bar and a microwave oven. They took the rotating tray out of the microwave and put a chocolate bar inside in its place. After running the microwave for a minute,

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At RYNJ, Torah Doesn’t Go on Vacation

Over Pesach, nearly 350 RYNJ lower school students participated in the RYNJ Vacation Checklist Challenge. Talmidim and talmidos demonstrated their dedication to living the life of a Torah Jew beyond the classroom. Among some of the categories on the checklist were daily tefillah, chesed/help at home, shul attendance, participation

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Yavneh Third Graders Visit Macculloch Historical Museum

Yavneh third grade students enjoyed hands-on experiences in Macculloch Hall Historical Museum’s gardens. Students learned about the history of the Maculloch family and the grounds. They planted their own bean plants in special soil and brought home their plant in their very own pot, learned that earthworms help

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Naaleh Hears From Rabbanit Shani Taragin

Naaleh hosted the world class scholar Rabbanit Shani Taragin who spoke to the students about “Moshe Rabbenu and Rabbi Akiva: Leaders and Letters.” The lecture compared the two figures on a number of qualities and inspired the students with the messages that they too have the potential to become as great as the heroes of Tanach,

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Yeshivat Frisch Culinary Science Elective Has Delicious First Year

If you happened to meander through Yeshivat Frisch’s main hallway this year and think you smelled fresh schnitzel, freshly chopped herbs, Moroccan delicacies or chocolate babka, you weren’t dreaming. You just got a whiff of one of the many delectable dishes prepared from scratch by the 25 students in

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JEC HS Juniors Visit Vietnam Era Museum

Some of the JEC HS junior class visited the New Jersey Vietnam Era Museum and Educational Center last week. This visit coincided with the work they are researching in their English class. They were fortunate to go with their teacher Luisa Frey and have amazing tour guides who really gave them a heartfelt

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Cheder Yaldei Menachem Appreciates Its Teachers

Cheder Yaldei Menachem is blessed with true champions of the universe, whom we simply call teachers. They devotedly give of themselves in every way to nurture their student’s growth. Nothing can stand in the way of reaching their goal and connecting with each child, bringing out the best in them. In honor of

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The Springboard School at LPS Welcomes An Old Friend

Once in the family, always in the family! Springboard alumnus, Spencer, came to visit the classroom with his mom, Jessica. Jessica shared that Spencer is now 17 and “this year has been busy already, getting both his driver’s license and his junior black belt in karate, and now begins the search for both colleges and his senior

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The Idea School Celebrates Its Teachers

To celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week, The Idea School hosted a teacher appreciation lunch to show how appreciative they are of their teachers and all of their hard work in and out of the classroom. To quote a student, “The teachers can’t be thanked enough for all of the work they put into planning interesting lessons

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TCA Marks Teacher Appreciation Week

Having the best teachers in the world and seeing their dedication and love for their students every day, TCA made sure that Teacher Appreciation Week was super special for the entire faculty and staff! The week kicked off with a lavish Rosh Chodesh breakfast sponsored by the Kanarfogel, Kochavi, Lantsberg, Levi, Richulsky

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