Frisch wished congratulations and bid farewell to the amazing class of 5776/2016 in a meaningful graduation ceremony and celebration.
Gabriel Dardik delivered a beautiful valedictory address weaving in themes of Shavuot. “Even though Shavuot seems to be the crowning moment after seven
This past Tuesday night, the Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA) class of 2016 spent their final hours in the school which they had learned to call home over the past four years. MTA’s 97th annual commencement took place that night in Lamport Auditorium starting promptly at 7 p.m. After the graduates
Relay All They Have Learned From Sea to Shining Sea
The Noam fourth graders, their teachers and music teacher, Adina Mermelstein, hosted a fantastic evening at the State Fair, showcasing their research and learning of the 50 states. The students displayed their
TABC’s budding thespians recently performed “The Complete Works of Shakespeare-Abridged.” The play drew on 37 works of Shakespeare and treated the audience to the manifold plays of the master bard, while adding comedic flourishes throughout. It was an entertaining and enriching experience.
The first graders at Yeshivat He’atid are reading, writing and researching online. They celebrated the completion of their community workers project and were proud to share what they had learned.
The first graders researched the topic at home and in school using the Myon digital library. (Myon
Tiferet awards for their consistent display of respect for friends, teachers, tefillah and the school dress code over the course of the school year. In addition to the plaques they received, the students enjoyed a trip to Monster Golf in recognition of their accomplishments.
As part of a unit on spring and renewal, Teaneck Chabad Preschool welcomed chicken eggs to the school. They sat in a special incubator for three weeks in order to keep them warm and able to grow. To the children’s amazement, they watched as the eggs cracked and baby chicks emerged. The students saw them shake off, fluff
On Monday, June 7, for the final Tzeydah Laderech program for BPY eighth graders, Rabbi Binyamin Krohn of the Young Israel of Teaneck spoke with students about tefillah. He engaged them with a discussion about how tefillah can be personal and meaningful to them both in times of sadness and happiness, and helped them
During the past academic year, Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA) joined over thirty yeshiva high schools and more than 250 students across the country in the Bronka Weintraub Bekius program, in which students learned and were regularly tested on Gemara bekius; this year the massechta studied was Makkos.