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Friday, February 03, 2023
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JEC Celebrates Rosh Chodesh Shvat

JEC Early Childhood welcomed in the month of Shvat. They learned all about trees and the significance of Tu B’Shvat in chalav u’dvash with Morah Batsheva. Morah Lani read “My Tree and Me” by Jo Witek at story time which teaches about trees and the seasons of the year.

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Tenafly Chabad Academy Fourth Grade Studies Weather

Tenafly Chabad Academy, fourth grade learned what happens when a cold front and warm front form, and had a great time experiencing it in their classroom.

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Gan Yavneh Enjoys Winter

The yeladim at Gan Yavneh were in full winter mode this week as they explored this season through STEM, sensory and arts and crafts activities. They loved making snow out of shaving cream and baking soda, had fun with ice painting, made snowmen and snowballs with white finger paint and used cotton balls and Q-tips

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Golda Och Academy Gan Learns About Shema

Golda Och Academy gan students had a Shema Pajama Party! The children learned the prayer of Shema Yisrael along with its significance and the tradition of saying it before bedtime. Together with their classmates and teachers, children rotated through stations to help them explore the Shema through art, books, sign

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Kol Chaverim Preschool Moves Their Bodies

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Kinneret Eighth Grade Presents Science Fair

Kinneret students shared their passion for science with the entire school last week at the annual Science Fair. Students learned about sleep cycles, natural disasters and black holes.

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SAR Academy Marks Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

The eighth grade of SAR Academy came together for Martin Luther King, Jr. day with the eighth grade of Atmosphere Academy, a charter school based in the Riverdale Jewish Center (RJC). This joint program, started in 2019, creates an opportunity for peers from different backgrounds to interact. Students watched

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BPY Commemorates MLK, Jr.

This year, MLK Day falls during winter break. Since the lessons learned from Martin Luther King Jr. are so important and still resonate today, BPY celebrated his legacy and impact through powerful age appropriate assemblies before vacation. In the elementary school, in addition to the lessons and read-alouds shared in

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WDS Celebrates Hebrew

כ”א טבת—יום השפה העברית, יום הולדתו של אליעזר בן יהודה, מחיה השפה העברית

WDS dedicated this past week to Shavua Ha-Safa Ha-Ivrit, The Week of the Hebrew Language, in honor of Eliezer Ben Yehuda, the creator of modern Hebrew, whose

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Westchester Torah Academy Has Shavua Ivrit

Shavua Ivrit was a tremendous celebration of S’fat HaKodesh at WTA last week. From the very youngest students to the very oldest, everyone had a chance to play games, solve puzzles, explore their creative sides, and eat falafel! There aren’t enough thanks for the amazing B’not Sheirut, Ravid Amar and Efrat Hason, who

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JEC First Graders Learn Cake Decorating

Thank you to JEC mom, Shaina Dubroff for coming to teach the first graders about custom cake decorating. She taught the students how to decorate snowman cookies and spoke to them about the importance of working hard and not giving up when something is hard.

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SAR High School Presents SARts Showcase

At SAR High School, it’s not just about what you learn in the classroom. Many students express themselves in other ways, as was evident last week in the inaugural SARts Showcase featuring many talented students and faculty members. The showcase was part of a new initiative that launched this year called SARts.

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