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MTA Mock Trial Team Wins Again!

The Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA) mock trial team played its second match of the year this past Wednesday night. Lawyers Chaim Roffman, Yehuda Goldberg and Ben Tzion Zuckier argued on behalf of Officer Flanagan. They faced the defense of the Bronx School of Law and Public Service who supported the alleged drug dealer, Kelly

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IDF Delegation Tells Bruriah and RTMA Students ‘Remember the Names; It’s About the Names’

The message a touring IDF Delegation left Bruriah and RTMA students on the first stop of a two-week tour of NY and NJ is to remember the names of the fallen. In response to Bruriah G.O. President Shira Allen’s question, “What can we students here in America do to help the soldiers?” Delegation representative Naftali

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RPRY Holds Faculty In-Service Day

The entire RPRY faculty participated in an enriching day of learning on Thursday, February 25, 2016. Everyone left invigorated and inspired. Peer-to-peer sharing sessions gave the participants a better of appreciation of their amazing RPRY faculty colleagues!

All faculty attended a

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RPRY Students Show Their Purim Spirit

Students create masks in anticipation of Purim.

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JEC Alumni Network to Remember Ezra Schwartz

The JEC’s alumni network invites the broader community to come together to support efforts to raise funding for a memorial lookout honoring Ezra’s memory. The memorial lookout will be built on the Boys’ Promenade which will collectively honor the memories of Ezra Schwartz z”l, Naftali Frenkel z”l, Gilad Shaar z”l and Eyal Yifrah

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JKHA Second Graders Visit the Museum of Early Trades and Crafts

The JKHA second-grade class recently had an amazing field trip to the Museum of Early Trades and Crafts in Madison. The students had the opportunity to make marbles out of clay, much like the Colonial kids did. They reenacted all the chores that colonial children had to do to help out in their homes. The students gathered

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RTMA MS Celebrates Purim Katan

RTMA middle school students, joined by Rabbi Yablonsky, Rabbi Friedman and Mr. Dietz, had a very special breakfast in honor of Purim Katan. There was a fun hat competition, where judges looked for originality and creativity. To build community and confidence, the students then each shared a joke for a Purim Katan treat and special

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Yavneh Academy Brachot Bee Culminates at Cedar Market

Anyone in Cedar Market last Monday morning would have been privileged to join Yavneh Academy’s fifth graders in a live game show starring the fifth graders’ brachot bee champions. The competitors could be seen speeding through the aisles looking for the answers to questions such as “find something in the produce

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Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School to Host Hands-On Maker ExperienceTM STEM Summer Program for High School Students

Only Summer Maker Program for High School in Northern New Jersey

The Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School (RKYHS) is offering a four-week summer intensive science program, the “Maker Experience,” from July 7 to August 5, 2016. The Maker Experience is an extension

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Blue Team Wins RKYHS Kushner Cup

There was a palpable excitement and energy that filled the hallways of RKYHS as the students participated in the Kushner Cup over the course of two days. Competing in three teams—Givati, Tzanchanim and Golani—the students were involved in a variety of skills, challenges and competitions as they vied

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JKHA Is Broadway Bound

The students participating in the JKHA Musical Theater Workshop worked hard preparing for last week’s performance of “Seize the Day.” The first-class performance featured scenes and songs from Broadway shows including “Annie,” “The Fantasticks,” “The Lion King,” “Newsies,” “Oliver!,” “Rent”

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A Lesson in Gratitude

Ma’ayanot Students Return From New Orleans Trip Empowered and Inspired

As I’ve shared many times before, some students are best able to access their untapped potential by leaving their comfort zone and traveling far away from anything familiar. Those feelings were

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