The Yeshivat Noam End of Year Faculty and Staff Appreciation Brunch was especially meaningful as teachers completed a year full of mask-wearing, hybrid teaching, quarantines and a mix of new challenges. The delicious event was coordinated and sponsored by the Yeshivat Noam Parents Association under the
Mazal tov to the Yeshivat He’Atid eighth graders on their graduation from Yeshivat He’Atid. What a tremendous milestone! May these students continue to grow as a source of pride for their families and their school. The Yeshivat He’Atid family is very excited to see many more successful moments from them in the
MTA seniors and their rebbeim headed off for an adventure-filled three-day trip to mark the end of their high school journey together. The trip, which took place from June 1-3, was based at Camp Dora Golding and included an unbelievable array of activities and events. From Six Flags Great Adventure, whitewater
As the school year came to an end, the eagerly anticipated Fourth Grade Invention Convention was proudly presented for parents and students. Moriah’s enthusiastic fourth graders showcased their invention ideas with very precise breadboards, shared their journey through the inventive process and clearly proved that
Dozens of students flocked to TABC to mark the last Shabbat of the school year with ruach, Torah and friends. After Mincha, talmidim got to choose a shiur given by either Rabbi Ezra Wiener or Rabbi Jake Berman. After the shiurim, the students sat together and sang the zemirot of seuda shelishit together in the
BPY early childhood friends had an amazing time at their surprise end of the year celebration! Bouncy houses, petting zoo, spritz bottles, train rides— wow! What an incredible experience for all. Then, it was time for the incoming new friends to visit BPY. The students had so much fun meeting some of the early
Gan Yaldenu of Teaneck held graduation ceremonies for the pre-k butterflies class. Many of these children have been in the program since infancy and it’s been a pleasuer giving them the foundation for a lifetime love of learning!
Anshei Lubavitch wishes a heartfelt mazal tov to the incredible graduates of the pre-k class of 2021! These fantastic kids impressed every day with their indomitable joy and resilience during this unusual school year. They will definitely be a rockin’ addition to their kindergartens next year!
It is difficult to express the scope of emotions everyone experienced these last 10 months, but perhaps a roller coaster best describes it. The nervous anticipation, the raw excitement, the hopeful exhilaration—a great deal was riding on this year. Together, RYNJ students boarded this roller coaster year, held