Thursday, June 04, 2020


Frisch Students Present Science Research at Rutgers University

Juniors in Dr. Furman’s research elective took a trip to Rutgers to hear from Dr. Andrew Vershon, a principal investigator at Waksman Institute, a professor in the Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry and Director of the Waksman Student Scholars Program at Rutgers University.


He’Atid Pre-K Gets Busy With Winter Crafts

Yeshivat He’Atid pre-K students had some winter fun by creating snowmen using glue and shaving cream. Students also created their own warm mittens.


Frisch Debuts New Afterschool Robotics Club

Frisch welcomed a brand new robotics club this week to its roster of after school activities.

The club was founded by Mrs. Rifkie Silverman, who was just honored at Frisch’s annual dinner on Saturday night with the Rav Shlomo Kahn Memorial Educator’s Award. The club is greatly


Hey That’s Me!

The RYNJ K2 unit on the body comes to life with original life-size paper dolls.


Advertising Intersects With Science at Yavneh

One of the highlights of sixth grade at Yavneh Academy is the science fair. Students from the younger grades attend the fair and listen in awe as the sixth graders present their projects, demonstrating the depth of their expertise.

Preparations began for the upcoming science fair when the


TABC Stuns at New Jersey Math League Competition

TABC achieved an astounding victory at the third meet of the New Jersey Math League last week. Seven students received a perfect score of six: Shalom Gottesman, Moshe Davis, Eli Dickman, Andrew Haberman, Hillel Koslowe, Yehuda Koslowe and Daniel Zolty. With these perfect scores, TABC tied for first place in the state for the third


JLNJ Publisher Visits Noam Third Grade Class

This past Monday, our Yeshivat Noam 3A classroom received a unique visitor for the first of a series of parent speakers talking about their careers. The visitor was none other than my father, Moshe Kinderlehrer, the founder and co-publisher of the Jewish Link of New Jersey.

He made a lot of


BPY Students Learn Important Lessons From MLK

Ben Porat Yosef students commemorated Martin Luther King Day in meaningful ways. Pre-K students discussed and described similarities and differences among their friends in the classroom. The children concluded that with all that is similar and different between them, what matters most is what is on the inside of a person, and how


When Art and Torah Collide: New Artists’ Beit Midrash at Frisch

Sophomores in Mrs. Ahuva Mantell’s art class started a new Artists’ Beit Midrash lesson. Mrs. Mantell separated the text of the Hallelukah prayer into sections and put each section on a card in both Hebrew and English. In teams of four, students took a card and physically represented the text using their


LPS Students Show School Spirit

Themed spirit days provided a great way to get back into the swing of learning at LPS after Winter Break. Monday was pajama day. The children looked so comfortable and adorable in their sleepwear.

On Tuesday, all students sported the LPS school shirts. The school PTA ordered these Rosh


Moriah’s Kindergarteners Stick to Their Shadows

Kindergarten has been in “shadow land.” In conjunction with Groundhog Day, students were engrossed in a marvelous science unit about shadows. They experimented with various objects and became shadow detectives. The children enjoyed playing a “secret shadow” game; a projector provided light and the class guessed which


Ma’ayanot Students Celebrate 20th Anniversary

In December, Ma’ayanot parents, faculty and alumnae gathered to celebrate Ma’ayanot’s 20th anniversary with a New York themed “Night Out on the Town.” On Tuesday evening, February 2, Ma’ayanot kicked off the second semester with an anniversary celebration for students. The evening included a buffet dinner, a