After not being in school since March, the Solomon Schechter Day School current seventh grade was able to finally finish their “Bring It Back to School” project from TEVA. With the use of grants from the Bergen County Utility Authority and Jane Gooddall’s Roots and Shoots, the school’s back fence now is
Over the past couple of weeks, each grade at TABC has spent an afternoon on the water kayaking, followed by sports, icebreaker activities and of course, pizza. The students were accompanied by their grade mechanchim and other faculty members and enjoyed the opportunity to spend time as a class in the great
TABC senior Levi Langer was named a National Merit Scholar Semifinalist this year. Levi will have the opportunity to compete to become a finalist and earn a $2,500 scholarship, which is awarded on a state-representational basis. Six other seniors were named Commended Students. They are: Efraim Ginsberg, Shimmy Greengart,
Anhe Lubavitch students had the best time getting ready for Sukkot this week! They all made beautiful decorations to decorate their own sukkahs and took turns smelling and feeling each of the arba minim! They are all so excited to do hakafot with a real Torah in school next week!
Bruriah Middle School yom iyun was a day to remember. Students spent the morning exploring the topic of tefillah, discussing challenges and solutions and gaining a deeper appreciation for this mitzvah. Guest speaker, Mrs. Schwartz joined the girls for inspirational words and left them with the message that tefillah is a
The Moriah School kindergartners have been busy learning all about Yom Kippur. On the days between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, Aseret Yemei Teshuva, Hashem gives us the chance to begin anew. We say “I’m sorry,” “I’ll try to be better” and “I’ll try to do mitzvot.” They enjoyed reading the story of Yonah
Naaleh’s sophomore Yirmiyahu classes had a unique cross-curricular opportunity to explore the inspiration behind the well-known piece of the Yom Kippur liturgy, “Hinei KaChomer B’Yad HaYotzer.” The students learned perek 18 of Yirmiyahu where the navi is sent to observe a potter at work with his clay—a
At The Idea School, all students take engineering as a core part of the curriculum. This year, teacher Aryeh Laufer has reimagined the class as an “Inquiry” class that combines engineering and self-directed projects. So, the course has been nicknamed “Inquineering.” Some of the students have opted to be in
The Ma’ayanot Rapids are still roaring! In order to comply with strict social distancing and mask rules, Ma’ayanot has revamped its athletics department to meet the new guidelines. Ma’ayanot is excited to offer Healthy @ Home classes in which students fill out an exercise log each week and learn to be accountable for
“What Makes You Smile?” was the first writing prompt question for RYNJ students of 2B2. The class brainstormed about what makes them smile, and then each student wrote about the topic.
Each child filled out a questionnaire about himself. This allowed each of them to learn
“Ruth believed in women’s rights and helping the poor. She was born in New York. Her only sibling died at age six. She said she wanted to be a singer but instead she went to law school and graduated first in her class in 1959. Even with her good grades she could not find a job because she was a girl and Jewish. She had a lot of