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TABC Places Second in Science Olympiad

TABC students’ scientific acumen and creativity was on display as the Science Olympiad team earned a second place finish after competing against a dozen of the local yeshivot. The team spent weeks preparing for the event and their hard work was amply rewarded. The competitions of the Olympiad involved a combination of lab work,

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Ma’ayanot Students Shower Bat Mitzvah Girls With Love

Becoming a bat mitzvah is an important milestone in the Jewish tradition as it is a time when a young girl is welcomed into both womanhood and adult Jewish life. While it happens automatically, there is something special about marking this milestone by having a celebration – either an intimate gathering with

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RKYHS Sports Management Club Joins NYU Conference

The RKYHS Sports Management Club enjoyed a great day at NYU as they attended a conference featuring NBA Commissioner Adam Silver and Hall of Famer Dikembe Mutombo. The theme of the conference was “Social Responsibility in Sports.” Various panelists shared their perspectives on how professional sports attempt to address

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TABC Commencement Draws Standing-Room-Only Crowd

Nearly 1000 parents, family, students, faculty, alumni and friends joined in the graduation ceremony of the TABC class of 2016 last week. They heard addresses from Rosh HaYeshiva, Rabbi Adler, valedictorian Eli Hyman and salutatorians Aaron Fishkind and Netanel Shedlo. Zachary Orenshein and Eli Hyman shared their siyum on Massechet

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RKYHS Alumni Gather for Program at SUNY Binghamton

RKYHS alumni studying at SUNY Binghamton enjoyed a special reunion and program with RKYHS’s Rabbi Richard Kirsch. Over a delicious dinner brought in from Chickie’s of Teaneck, the alumni spent time reminiscing with their fellow former schoolmates. Rabbi Kirsch led a thoughtful and meaningful talk on Israel and Jewish education

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Yavneh Academy Graduates Class of 2016/5776

Yavneh Academy Class of 2016/5776 graduated this past week; the ceremony took place at Paramus High School.

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Lauren Elise Bier Nursery Honors Dr. Seuss

The Threes and Fours classes at the Lauren Elise Bier Nursery School at Congregation Ahawas Achim B’nai Jacob and David celebrated Dr. Suess’ birthday and National Read Across America Day with stories and their very own Cat-In-The-Hat style hats.

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Ben Porat Yosef Eighth Grade Receives Graduation Salutes

Ben Porat Yosef eighth grade students marched through the halls one final time before celebrating their graduation on Wednesday, June 15. As they took their tour proudly dressed in their caps and gowns, the younger students, from early childhood through seventh grade, cheered for their older role models, while the

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JKHA Fifth Graders Engage in The Legacy Research Project

The fifth grade students of JKHA have been studying multiple civilizations from ancient history. This past month, students showcased and sharpened their skills with The Legacy Research Project. Designed to hone students’ research skills, the Legacy Research Project also provided an introduction to new research tactics as fifth

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Yeshivat Noam Bids Farewell to Graduates

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RPRY Students Engage in Holocaust Oral History Project

RPRY eighth graders are participating in a unique and memorable program called Names Not Numbers, which is a copyrighted oral history film project created by Tova Fish-Rosenberg. The Names Not Numbers project transforms traditional history lessons into an interactive program where students are filmed as they interview, and then

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Yeshivat Noam Sends K Students Off to First Grade

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