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Yeshivat He’Atid Students Prepare Words of Torah For Seder Table

Over the last few weeks, the Yeshivat He’Atid elementary school students spent much time preparing for Pesach. Fourth grade completed a thematic study between Pesach Dorot and Pesach Mitzrayim. The children compared and contrasted how we experience Pesach now versus how our ancestors experienced it thousands of years

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TABC Students Enjoy Pre-Pesach Learning and Chickies

 

On the Tuesday night before Pesach, TABC’s freshmen, juniors and seniors enjoyed after-school pre-Pesach learning. Each grade heard three different shiurim from their TABC rebbeim, which covered topics such as the arba kosot, the four sons and more. Each student received a Chickies sandwich and fries to-go for some

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Moriah Middle School Commemorates National Kidney Disease Awareness Day

To commemorate National Kidney Disease Awareness Day on Thursday, March 11, Moriah teacher and eighth grade parent, Laura Kudowitz spoke to eighth graders about her experience both as the mother of a child with kidney disease and as a kidney donor. The eighth graders, many of them dressed in green in honor of the

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MTA Takes Second Place Overall At Model Congress Competition

MTA’s Model Congress team put lots of hard work into preparing for the Yeshiva League Model Congress Competition, which took place virtually on Wednesday, March 10. Their efforts certainly paid off! Yasher koach to the entire team on their second place overall finish! Congratulations to Eitan Zomberg (‘22) and Aryeh

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BPY Enjoys Shakespeare Festival

On the Ides of March, the BPY eighth-graders marked the conclusion of their Shakespeare unit with a celebration. When asked to reflect on this play, Adiel Ramirez explained: “I wasn’t interested in reading ‘Julius Caesar’ because I thought it would be a boring classic. I was surprised at how exciting and

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Shalom Yeladim’s Pesach Is Around the Corner

Passover is almost here! The kochavim and yanshufin class are nearly done with all of their arts and projects. The kinderlachs painted and crafted their own baby Moses and frogs. Those were their favorite moments from the Passover story. The Kochavim kids created their own beautiful Seder plates and are ready for

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Bruriah Sophomores’ Spirits Lift

Bruriah sophomores were treated to a meaningful day out of school this past week. First, they went to Brooklyn and visited a classmate recovering from surgery. While there, they were treated to delicious cinnamon buns and iced coffee. They were invited to play a really fun and interactive trivia game and learned some fun new things

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Babies at Gan Yaldenu Tots of Bergenfield Enjoy the Outdoors

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The Puppies Class at Gan Yaldenu of Teaneck Reenacts The Story of Pesach

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Ohr Yisroel Holds Long Awaited Basketball Tryouts

Ohr Yisroel held its first ever basketball tryouts this past Monday. The talmidim were excited to see the team come together and are looking forward to the yeshiva’s competing in upcoming games. The talmidim really enjoyed meeting Coach Lenny Friedman. Coach Friedman emphasized that basketball is meant to be fun and

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Naaleh Students Enjoy NCSY Pre-Pesach Yom Iyun

On March 17, Naaleh joined five other girls’ high schools across the tristate area for a morning of Torah, unity and positivity. The yom iyun was organized by NCSY’s Torah Committee of Student Leaders, including Naaleh representatives Esti Rothman and Rivka Lynn. It was an amazing opportunity to come together with friends in

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RYNJ Students Study Kandinsky

As part of the RYNJ art curriculum under the guidance of Felciica Grossman, pre-k students learned about the artist Wassily Kandinsky. Inspired by his abstract art, students painted concentric circles in primary colors and created their beautiful and unique trees in time for spring.

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