As graduation season approaches, the seniors are finishing their classes. Many are preparing for their exam with Rav Hershel Schachter, shlita, completing their AP exams and going on Senior Trip. Leading up to their completion of their time in high school, the MTA talmidim enjoyed a special evening together,
To learn from the lessons of Rabbi Akiva’s students, who didn’t practice ואהבת לרעך כמוך, loving your neighbor as yourself, Idea School students started Lag B’Oomer programming by learning different sources on ואהבת את הגר, loving the stranger, discussing current events where they didn’t see
RPRY sixth graders are learning about temperature. They learned that as temperatures rise the particles in the item move faster and, conversely, when the temperature decreases the particles move slower. The students had the opportunity to create and make thermometers to see the liquid in the thermometer rise and fall as
Anshei Lubavitch students had a blast at the multi-sensory Shavuos ice cream shop. They explored sprinkle sensory bins, scooped creamy ice cream Play-Doh, had fun with ice cream store dramatic play and enjoyed other ice cream fun! The sweetest part was getting delicious ice cream from the ice cream truck. What a
The weather is becoming warmer and the yeladim at Gan Yavneh have learned all about spring. A highlight of this process was watching the tiny caterpillars grow and transform into beautiful butterflies. It was bittersweet watching the butterflies flutter away outside. Bye-bye butterflies!
The children at Gan Henel had such a blast the last seven weeks counting up to Shavuot! They decorated Har Sinais with flowers, made vases, learned about mitzvot and sang so many songs. They especially can’t wait to eat ice cream!
Lubavitch on the Palisades preschoolers learned about the metamorphosis of butterflies. They learned about the four stages that include the egg, caterpillar, chrysalis and butterfly. They read “The Very Hungry Caterpillar,” played a caterpillar game and painted butterflies. The children cut the images of the
As part of the bnei mitzvah program, fifth grade girls, sixth grade boys and their parents had the wonderful opportunity to learn about different chesed organizations including Sharsheret, Migdal Ohr, Yad Leah, Emunah and many others. The students and parents then learned various sections of Pirkei Avot and
For the first time in four years, Yavneh Academy was thrilled to welcome families back to the annual seventh grade chicken dinner. Serving as the conclusion to the chicken kashering activity from two weeks ago, seventh grade students and their parents were treated to a wonderful celebratory meal prepared by Miss Terry and the kitchen crew. As
Everyone is a product of their past and their traditions. What are traditions? Why are they important? The kindergarten classes at WDS spent months answering these questions. They delved into the meanings of traditions generally as well as their families’ specific Shabbat and holiday traditions. From these
The Moriah School toddlers have been learning about Shavuot. They discussed the three different mountains on which Hashem was debating giving the Torah. Hashem decided on Har Sinai since it was the most humble and pure mountain. They also learned that they eat dairy on Shavuot since it’s pure just like Har Sinai. The
Naaleh’s inaugural College Fair, held on May 10, was a tremendous success, as sophomores, juniors and their parents attended an evening filled with informative presentations from representatives of numerous institutions. The event kicked off with a presentation from Rabbi Eli Buechler, who shared valuable insights about