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Monday, May 25, 2020

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Hundreds Attend Dora Golding and Dina Grand Winter Reunions

Who said camp is just about the summer and that memories are sufficient for the rest of the year? This past Sunday, the Camp Dora Golding and Camp Dina spirit was more alive than ever, as hundreds of campers and staff members filled the Bnos Bais Yaacov Hall in Far Rockaway for their 2015 Winter Reunions.

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TABC Shines at History Bowl

This past Sunday, TABC hosted the Bergen County’s History Bowl Sunday competition. Over 100 students from 14 schools participated. Previously,TABC was the first yeshiva to take part in the special Sunday competition and was at the forefront of subsequently getting other yeshivot involved, four of whom attended this

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Ma’ayanot Sweeps Torah Bowl

The Ma’ayanot Torah Bowl team won all four of its matches, defeating Frisch, Ramaz and SAR, at last week’s meet at Frisch. Torah Bowl team members include Neti Linzer (‘17), Tehila Azar (‘17), Sara Schapiro (‘17), Batsheva Leah Weinstein (‘18) and Yael Bruk (‘19). Mrs. Gabrielle Berger serves as faculty

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Names Not Numbers Hears From Leading Holocaust Expert

Last Monday, Yeshiva University High School for Boys’ (MTA) Names Not Numbers program and the entire senior class was privileged to meet with Dr. Michael Berenbaum. He gave an informative presentation about filming documentaries and about Kristallnacht, the 77th anniversary of which was commemorated that day. Dr.

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Rav Judah Mischel Inspires Yeshivat Noam Fifth Graders

Yeshivat Noam fifth graders were inspired by Rav Judah Mischel of Camp HASC, at their bi-weekly tisch. Throughout the year the fifth grade students are introduced to and learn from special role models from around the community about what it means to be a Jewish leader.

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We Stand United

After the devastating events of this past week, The Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy / Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School is incredibly proud that the school participated in Federation’s Super Sunday this past Sunday in unprecedented numbers. JKHA / RKYHS was represented by its grandparents, board members, parents and the indefatigable

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‘Mighty Mike’ Author Tells Story at BPY

As part of Ben Porat Yosef’s (BPY’s) English language arts program and author’s series, BPY third, fourth and fifth grades had a visit with children’s book author, Robert Skead on Thursday, November 19. Mr. Skead is author of “Mighty Mike Bounces Back” and “Patriots, Redcoats, and Spies.” He explained his writing

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He’Atid Students Investigate Pilgrim Culture

Second grade students at Yeshivat He’Atid research Pilgrim and Wampanoag culture online and go on a virtual tour of Plymouth Plantation.

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RKYHS Presents Sixth Annual Rikudiah

On Saturday night, December 5, the Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School will be hosting the sixth annual Rikudiah, an inter-yeshiva high school dance competition. This tzedakah fundraiser is for women only and will begin at 8:30 p.m. in the RKYHS gym. Participating schools include Flatbush, Frisch, Hillel, Ilan, Ma’ayanot, Magen

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Frisch Hosts Hoops for HASC

On Saturday night, Frisch hosted Hoops for HASC, a 3-on-3 basketball tournament to benefit the wonderful Camp HASC.

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JKHA MS Debate Speaker Takes First Place

The Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy Middle School debate team traveled to SAR Academy to debate the resolution that states “all minors accused of violent crimes should be tried as adults.” The JKHA students debated against Yavneh Academy, SAR Academy and Yeshivat Noam. The presentations were excellent. JKHA seventh grader Jacob

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RKYHS AIPAC Hears From CUFI Speaker

Christians United for Israel speaker Morgan Taylor, a junior at Montclair State University, speaks to the RKYHS AIPAC committee last week. Standing from left to right: David Needle, Ben Waldman, Morgan Taylor from CUFI and Olivia Butler.

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