Students from Ma’ayanot Yeshiva High School volunteered at the Jewish Home at Rockleigh this week, sorting medical supplies to be sent to refugees and the needy. The Jewish Home at Rockleigh Russ Berrie Home for Jewish Living, is a state-of-the-art, kosher, skilled nursing facility offering exceptional care to its residents. The
TABC put its 3-D printer to good use making a kiddush cup for Shabbat, another example of Torah Umadda informing the TABC curriculum. The printing was done in conjunction with TABC’s engineering class. The class begins with team building exercises to prepare students for the project-based learning that is one of the ultimate
On December 24, Teaneck Chabad held Family Day. The pre-nursery families were invited to school to join their children in making snow out of shaving cream and creating masterpieces to hang on the wall. The children were thrilled to share with their families all the fun activities they do at Teaneck Chabad Preschool.
The second grade students at Yavneh Academy received their first Chumashim at a special chagigah filled with song and dance. The children celebrated with their families and teachers at a festive party at the conclusion of the ceremony.
Last Motzei Shabbos, parents from the variety of Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA) communities joined together for the first ever Parent Appreciation Event. This program, which was free of charge, was held downstairs in the historic Lions’ Den. The goal was for parents to gather in a warm and friendly atmosphere with
Yeshivat Noam Fourth Grade Parent-Child Learning program, which is part of the Genia Horn Judaic Studies Program, started with a meaningful tefillah experience followed by breakfast and then study. The study segment had several components. Initially, students taught their parents the first perek of Mishna Masechet
On November 18, Ezra Schwartz, H”yd, was brutally murdered by terrorists in Eretz Yisrael, where he was spending the year; at that very moment Ezra was engaged in the performance of a mitzvah. In light of this, students in over 40 yeshiva high schools from throughout the world took upon themselves to collectively learn all of
RYNJ second grade student Shimon Segal made a siyum on reading all of Sefer Tehillim. In honor of his siyum, Shimon invited his cousin, HaRav Zvi Sobolofsky, Rav of Congregation Ohr HaTorah in Bergenfield, to offer words of divrei Torah and divrei chizzuk.
Junior parents and students of Torah Academy of Bergen County (TABC) and Ma’ayanot participated in the annual Jewish Life on Campus Program. The audience heard from 28 student representatives and JLIC rabbi/educators, hailing from almost 20 universities. These included such varied schools as Yale, Princeton, Cornell, SUNY
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As an observer of children for many decades, I’ve noticed that attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is now the most prevalent psychiatric illness of young people in America, affecting 11 percent of them at some point between the ages of 4 and 17. The rates of both
In Mrs. Miriam Steingart’s science lab, Yeshivat Noam seventh grade girls are learned about covalent bonds. After the lesson, the class separated these bonds in water through electrolysis in order to produce hydrogen and oxygen gas.