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Color War Overtakes TABC

Color War at TABC was an amazing display of school spirit and grade bonding. The school was a sea of blue, yellow, green and red as each student proudly found a myriad of ways to represent his grade. The two days of activities offered an opportunity for the students to demonstrate their full range of talents and

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Gan Israel of Tenafly Campers Having a Blast

Camp Gan Israel of Tenafly’s second week was a total blast, complete with swimming  lessons, a pajama party with music teacher Morah Keli, delicious treats in Little Chefs and Noah’s Noisy Ark Fair. We LOVE camp!

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Ma’ayanot Infuses Color War With Meaning

To Ma’ayanot students, color war is an exciting two-day break from formal classes; to Ma’ayanot’s student activities directors, color war presents an exciting opportunity to explore topics that are best learned experientially, rather than through text or even discussion. Color War 2016’s theme was

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Union Y Campers Visit a ‘Kibbutz’

Hadassah, one of the Y Shlichim, teaches the campers to simulate feeding animals on a kibbutz. It is one of the many Israeli activities at the Union Y this summer.

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Frisch Art Is Dressed Up for Adar

In another edition of Frisch’s ongoing joint program with The SINAI School, students at SINAI joined the sophomore art class at Frisch for Rosh Chodesh Adar Bet. Students looked at Picasso and discussed how he created cubist portraits with more than one perspective. Following the discussion, Frisch students worked with SINAI

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Chinuch Comes Alive at Camp Kaylie

Wurtsboro -- Sports and chinuch are staples of summer camp, but at Camp Kaylie, Torah learning isn’t just another period on the schedule -- it’s an activity that every single camper looks forward to every day with enthusiasm. From an array of chinuch shiurim, to Mishmar and Cocoa Club, to a Masmidim program,

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Yeshivat Noam Students Display Their Creative Inventions

Third grade students shared their inventions with other students and parents as part of the SITE Fair. SITE stands for Student Inventions Through Education. Gloves that hold tissues, a padded hockey stick, aircasts

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Gan Aviv Campers Beat the Heat

Gan Aviv’s Camp Shalev campers are keeping cool this summer at the New Milford Swim Club. Pictured is the camp group Tveria.

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RYNJ Second Grade Boys Establish Hall of Fame

What better way to recognize some of the leading lives of famous Americans than to have them spotlighted on the Hall of Fame Wall? That’s what RYNJ’s second grade boys did to wrap up their nonfiction unit.

All three boys’ classes went to the RYNJ library where they had two sessions in

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Camp Mesorah Lights Up Guilford, NY

On July 4, 350 staff members and 650 campers from across the globe, including Teaneck, Woodmere, Florida, California, Israel, the UK and Canada, officially made Camp Mesorah their home for the summer.

After five fantastic days of staff orientation with team building

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