The Jewish Link’s associate publisher and editor, Elizabeth Kratz, visited Morah Chana Greenberg’s fifth grade class to talk about journalism, to help prepare them for a project-based learning assignment. Every year, the girls create a newspaper that is published to cover events as they occurred during the time of Megillat
Ben Porat Yosef first graders enjoyed a double purpose field trip on Thursday, February 18. They began their day with a stop at the Montclair Art Museum to study portraiture and create their own portraits. Afterwards, they paid a visit at The Jewish Home Family at Rockleigh to sing and bring joy to the residents
Elisheva Hahn ‘18 impressed the crowd at the Montclair Poetry Festival last week with her poems, delivery and insight into the human condition at only 16. Elisheva was invited back to recite more of her work next month and compete against teens from throughout New Jersey.
Frisch is very proud
In preparation for the STEM classes they will be leading this semester, Manhattan Day School math and science teachers had a unique opportunity to participate in a two-day hands-on robotics program. The lesson included everything from construction of robots using Lego parts, batteries and sensors, to programming the robots
Ma’ayanot’s AP Biology students visited The Harlem DNA Lab to gain first-hand experience in utilizing enzymes to dissect DNA into small samples, which they ran through an agarose gel to assist in their efforts to visualize the DNA fragments.
Over 60 middle school students enjoyed a Chickies Siyum this week, as part of the Shamati Learning Program, in memory of Dr. Yitzchok Belizon. The event was held to recognize these students for learning Masechet Taanit daily during winter vacation. Rabbi Binyomin Krohn from the Young Israel of Teaneck joined the
On Rosh Chodesh Adar I, TABC brought a lot of ruach to the residents at the Daughters of Miriam Senior Center. They sang songs, danced, conversed and brought many smiles.
Every month, TABC goes to a different nursing home bringing joy and laughter to the residents. They are a chapter of
Yavneh Academy was privileged to have Rabbi Yosef Mendelevich, a former refusenik, address their seventh grade students. Rabbi Mendelevich shared his story of being repeatedly refused the right to immigration, and being imprisoned for eleven years in the former Soviet Union because he is a Jew. He stressed how important it is to