Yeshivat Noam families came out to Barnes and Noble in a celebration of literacy and community. Children excitedly entered the store in anticipation of listening to their beloved teachers and faculty members reading books and telling stories. Parents felt pride as they heard their children read their own poetry
The Leah Sokoloff Nursery School Summer Program is in full swing. The campers had a great time celebrating the 4th of July, learning brachot and doing lots of fun activities. They are also learning Hebrew through a special “Chalav U DVASH “ experience where they have daily games and fun entirely in
Lubavitch on the Palisades Hebrew School and TLZ Club welcomed two IDF soldiers this past Sunday for a Round Table Talk. In appreciation for the FIDF Food Drive the TLZ held earlier in the year to raise funds for the IDF, Yonatan and Don came to visit and talk with the students and teens about their service in the army. Starting
For the past two years, Yeshivat Noam sixth graders visited seniors every month at Daughters of Miriam, a nursing home in Clifton. This special and memorable opportunity was made possible by the Better Together™ program, which is generously supported through a Better Together™ Grant from a nationally
Project S.A.R.A.H. (Stop Abusive Relationships at Home) presented to the entire TABC student body on March 8. Project SARAH’s relationship videos were screened and the students broke into small groups to discuss the films. The focus of the discussions was pinpointing signs of an abusive relationship when dating.
Last week, Rabbi Jachter ran a Tanach Kollel at TABC. This program gave students the opportunity to come back to school to study Sefer Daniel - Torah lishma. This past week, students came to hear shiurim from Rabbis Fridman, Hoenig and Adler. It was a wonderful way to constructively use the time between school ending and
Moriah kindergarten celebrated the completion of Sefer Shemot. They began with a “first reading” of their special Sefer Shemot Book. Each child authored and illustrated their own page about a parsha of their choosing. They thoroughly enjoyed reading each page and noting the details. The students then engaged in a Shemot
Solomon Schechter Day School of Bergen County is one of two Jewish day schools to win a national $50,000 grant from the Jewish Education Innovation Challenge (JEIC) in recognition of an innovative, student-centered educational approach.
Funded by the Mayberg Family Foundation,
This week the Bergenfield Public Library presented “One Town, Many Stories.” The event was attended by different elementary schools throughout Bergenfield. Children shared personal entries focusing on their family history or culture. Guests were enamored with the children’s personal and unique stories. Yeshivat He’Atid was
This past Thursday, Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA) welcomed the incoming freshman class of 2020 for their annual Pre-Summer Freshman Orientation. The orientation program provided the students with an opportunity to meet their new classmates who come from over 10 different communities from the New York-New Jersey area and beyond.
Ma’ayanot’s Torah Bowl team entered the division playoffs in first place, and its win against the second place Ramaz team allows Ma’ayanot to advance to the finals. The team is coached by Mrs. Gabrielle Hiller Berger ‘09, a current Talmud teacher who as a high school student was a member of the Ma’ayanot Torah
Mrs. Rifkie Silverman, Chair of Engineering and Computer Science at Frisch, modeled student projects and our innovative engineering curriculum in a poster session at the International Society for Technology in Education Conference in Denver this past weekend. Mrs. Silverman was chosen to present a poster session to