The children at Gan Yaldenu Tots enjoyed Lag B’Omer. Although we are not in school the children still enjoyed a “bonfire” and special treats like s’mores at home.
As a tribute to the lives and legacies of those lost in the Shoah, Westchester Torah Academy decided to dedicate this year’s Yom HaShoah V’HaGevurah programming to their memory through a full day of uplifting and educational programming. Originally scheduled for Tuesday, March 3 (the day the school was shut
All students and staff in Tenafly Chabad Academy grades one through eight joined together for an assembly commemorating Yom Hazikaron. There were two short video presentations and they all stood for a siren honoring Israel’s fallen soldiers. The audience heard from featured speaker, Yair Klyman, a former lone
To show appreciation to their teachers, Yeshivat Noam hosted a staff party, created videos, made personal phone calls and personally delivered flowers and candy to each home for Shabbat. Yeshivat Noam is so proud of the professionalism, creativity, dedication, adaptability and warmth of their teachers and faculty
TABC’s seniors got a jump on their graduation celebrations this past week as Principal Arthur J. Poleyeff paid them a socially-distant visit to deliver personalized lawn signs celebrating their upcoming milestone. Mr. P., as he is affectionately known, spent hours over the course of four days driving all across the tri-state area
Lubavitch on the Palisades Preschool students prepared for Lag B’Omer by learning about Ahavat Yisrael, the importance of loving each and every Jew. Children drew pictures and wrote messages for their friends about what makes them special as part of a lesson in using kind words. Children also created special
The afternoon’s weather did not look promising, but a mutual idea discussed between Gan Balonim’s Morah Dina and Morah Sigal, brought sunshine to Fair Lawn, Teaneck, Englewood and Fort Lee. Driving their own cars, and equipped with the home addresses of their 17 students, the morot drove house to house to spend a
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, students at Yeshivat Frisch spearheaded an effort to use their skills and resources to make PPE (personal protective equipment) for healthcare workers on the front lines. Students realized that some PPE parts that were in short supply at the outbreak of the pandemic could be
The world has simply stopped. This is a sentiment that we have heard, read, felt and seen in so many facets of our normal lives. What hasn’t stopped is the limud Torah and general studies learning at RYNJ. Well, not at RYNJ but for all RYNJ students! This past week was Teacher Appreciation Week. Now more than
Yeshivat He’Atid can’t thank its teachers enough for all the hard work they have been doing. Parents would love to say thank you in person, though for now, they had to say thank you from the bottom of our hearts, from afar. Teachers were delivered special packages with Shabbat wine, challah and cake from
The surprise graduation signs have been delivered to all of the Moriah Class of 2020 graduates!
Thank you to Moriah Association of Parents (MAP) for sponsoring. Thank you to Don Yahalom for designing. Thank you to Mike Fried and Signarama for creating them so quickly. Thank you
In celebration of Israel week, Naaleh students learned about Israel across the curriculum, exploring aspects of ancient and modern Israel through the lens of each subject. Teachers of Tanach, science, history, philosophy, language and Halacha each dedicated classes to explore self-contained units about Israel, highlighting the