Cheder Yaldei Menachem has been quite busy living with the weekly parsha. Beginning with Bereishit, the children learned the Torah stories, and experienced them through a range of hands-on activities, song and play. Throughout the weeks they’ve learned so much from the lives of our ancestors. CYM was so proud to
The RKYHS Sports Management Club had the opportunity to meet with Milwaukee Bucks owner Marc Lasry. Lasry discussed a wide variety of topics with the students and answered their many questions. He spoke about the business end of running an NBA team including how they structure teams, building a team, getting the most value out of a
For the first time in programming history, Bruriah is excited to introduce its new dance team! The dance team consists of three troops with two student captains per troop. Each troop represents a different style of dance in order to offer as much variety as possible. The different troops focus on hip hop, lyrical, and fusion—yet each troop is not limited to one type.
As part of their language arts curriculum, the eighth grade students are reading and analyzing “Refugee” by Alan Gratz, a historical novel that tells the powerful stories of three child refugees during three different eras: 1938 Berlin, 1994 Cuba, and 2015 Syria.
Fourth and fifth graders enjoyed a ruach filled tish on Friday! Students sang classic niggunim and took cholent to go! Rabbi Pomper shared an inspirational story about the importance of הכרת הטוב and how gratitude shapes us into leaders!
On Thursday January 31, the Moriah early childhood held its annual bake sale to raise funds for the Evan Levy foundation in memory of Evan Levy z”l. Each class baked a delicious item for the sale. Items included cupcakes, cookies, marshmallow pops, chocolate sprinkle balls and much more! Then, the children had
Juniors in Ayelet Kopel’s physics class explored the center of mass last week. As a culmination of their unit on uniform circular motion and universal gravitation, students explored the importance of the center of mass principle in daily life. They watched a video of the “Fosbury Flop’’ which, using the science of
Ma’ayanot Head of School, CB Neugroschl, addressed Ma’ayanot parents in an evening shiur entitled “Light Up Your Life.” At this virtual night of Torah learning, Neugroschl examined the pasuk כי נר מצוה ותורה אור and interpretations of it that emphasize the religious growth of each individual through action,
Yeshivat He’Atid’s (YH) fifth to eighth grade students were honored to hear a motivating and inspirational presentation from Micah Kaufman, uncle of sixth-grade student Simmy Feldblum and YH alumni Aderet Feldblum ‘20. Kaufman spoke to the students about the horrific accident that left him in a coma just over one
In Rav Yaakov’s Moledet class, BPY middle schoolers were tasked with a long term project of planning a trip to Israel from start to finish. The students worked collaboratively in small groups. Each group was given a budget and the students had to research places of interest, map out an itinerary, purchase
Yavneh Academy and its Chesed Team were proud to participate in the The United Yeshiva Coat Drive for Yad Leah. Hundreds of coats and cold weather items were collected in the Yavneh lobby. On Thursday, the Yavneh Academy Chesed Team sorted through the items to ensure that no ripped or stained items were sent.