Tuesday, January 26, 2021


Moriah Middle School Looks Back at a Year of Good News

On the last day of 2020, classes in the Moriah middle school took the opportunity to look back on this past year. Yes, 2020 was certainly unprecedented—crazy, scary at times and sometimes difficult. But these classes decided to focus on the good.

Rabbi Kahane shared a story with the students


Yeshivat Noam Second Graders Celebrate Tekes Kabalat HaChumash

The Yeshivat Noam team successfully pivoted to create a memorable and exciting experience for each of the second graders while following health and safety protocols. First, family and friends gathered together to watch a beautiful pre-recorded performance. The students were glowing with pride as they shared the


Yavneh Academy Pre-K Scientists Study Germs

Yavneh’s pre-k scientists have been deep at work researching what germs look like so that they can find them, keep them away and stay healthy. They wondered why they couldn’t see germs and found out that they are so small that they can only be seen under a microscope.



Moriah Pre-K Students Do Winter Experiments

As part of their winter unit Moriah’s pre-k students became scientists! They took two ice cubes and held one ice cube in an ungloved hand and the other ice cube in a hand with a glove. They could not believe how cold the ice cube in their plain hand felt and how quickly it began to melt from the warmth of their


Anshei Lubavitch Learns All About Health

Anshei Lubavitch students kicked off their healthy habits unit by studying all about the medical health professionals who work so hard to keep everyone safe. The childrens learned about doctors and nurses and how they use special tools to keep people healthy. They made their own stethoscopes and discussed which


TABC Ninth Graders Enjoy Freshman Night

Last Wednesday night, TABC’s freshmen enjoyed an after-school program filled with a little bit of everything. Head of School Rabbi Shlomo Adelman welcomed the students and told them how impressed he has been with the way they have handled such a challenging first year of high school. Ninth-grade mechanech Rabbi Michael


RYNJ Students Study Colonial America

After studying European exploration and the development of Colonial America, RYNJ students were tasked with creating an advertisement encouraging people to move to one of the 13 colonies. They were quite convincing!


Hibernation Day Is Fun At Chabad of Tenafly

Preschoolers at Lubavitch on the Palisades learned how animals stay warm in the winter by various means, including migration, adaptation and hibernation. Just as some animals take a rest in the winter, the children enjoyed their own “hibernation” day in preparation for winter vacation by coming to


Yeshivat Noam Kindergarten Says Shema Under the Stars

What’s better than storytime, crafts and treats together with teachers and friends, dressed in pjs? Continuing an annual tradition, Yeshivat Noam kindergarten students shared a special evening Motzei Shabbat at “Shema Under the Stars.”


Naaleh Fashion and Fabric Club Completes Semester Projects

The freshman Fashion and Fabric club completed their first semester projects. Each student created a mood board serving as inspiration for their very own fashion collections. The boards are a culmination of weeks spent designing and sketching a collection of garments inspired by the pictures, designs and colors


Yeshivat He’Atid Pre-K Students Melt Some Snowmen

Yeshivat He’Atid pre-k students heard the story “The Snowy Day” by Ezra Jack Keats. In the story, a snowman melted in a child’s pocket. The children created a deconstructed form of a melting snowman with shaving cream and glue. They also had the option of using geometric shapes. After their snowmen were


BPY MS Goes Snowtubing

Snow tubing at Campgaw was amazing! BPY took over the mountain! With strict health protocols at the site, students were able to safely enjoy this fun activity. The students and teachers had a blast racing down the course, feeling the wind against their faces. This was a wonderful opportunity for students and