Shalom! Seniors in Dr. Tuvia Book’s elective visited the Israeli Consulate in Midtown Manhattan earlier this week.
Students heard from Jackie Retig, Director of Academic Affairs, Galit Peleg, Consul for Public Diplomacy, and Shimon Mercer-Wood, Consul for Media Affairs. They spoke
In light of the ongoing crisis in Israel, with terrorist attacks attempted almost every day, Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA) held a special program to update students about the situation in general, and, as Rabbi Taubes pointed out, to encourage us all to do what we can to feel the pain and suffering experienced by our
The students and faculty of RKYHS were honored to hear from Professor Nathan Aviezer, a professor of physics and former chairman of the physics department at Bar Ilan University. Professor Aviezer is a noted author and speaker on subjects relating to the interplay of science and Torah.
On the second day of Chanukah, the JKHA pre-K performed their Chanukah show, under the guidance of their teachers and the school’s music teacher. The pre-K students reviewed and practiced many skills in preparation for their show. They were able to utilize their counting and sorting skills, while effectively
The JKHA Lower School incorporated Chanukah into their classroom learning throughout the week.
As part of the third grade unit of Or Chanukah, the entire grade joined together for a lesson comparing the mitzvot of lighting Shabbat and Chanukah candles. The students worked in
Students at JKHA/RKYHS spent Chanukah giving back. LS and MS students collected and donated toys for the Ohel Toy Drive. JKHA second grade students delivered Chanukah greetings to the FIDF performers at the school. These messages were a sampling of those written on Family Fun Day for Chayalim Bodedim. The rest of the
Lubavitch on the Palisades Preschool students prepared for Chanukah this week with art, math and science activities. The children prepared their own unique functional menorahs which they brought home to share the tradition of lighting Chanukah candles with their families. Children were delighted as they spun their
Metals, stones, wood and ceramics are just a few of the materials used throughout the early childhood department to create beautiful and colorful chanukiyot.