Last week, Frisch seniors visited the 9/11 Memorial Museum in Lower Manhattan to remember the tragic events of that fateful day. The Museum serves as the country’s primary institution that explores the implications of the events of 9/11, and the day’s lingering impact and significance.
This week, Yeshivat Noam seventh grade students in Mrs. Miriam Shteingart’s classes explored the differences between physical and chemical changes of matter. While completing seven different mini experiments, student recorded observations and found evidence that helped them to classify the different reactions as a
Some topics are better learned in a classroom, others in the parking lot. This past Thursday, four mechanics from AAA came to present to Ma’ayanot seniors on basic automotive safety, including how to change a tire, how to jump-start a stalled car and how to troubleshoot under the hood.
On Thursday, November 5, thanks to Google and Google Expeditions, Ben Porat Yosef students experienced immersive virtual field trips to places school buses could never take them. Third graders “visited” different biomes, including tundras, taigas, savannahs and deserts, as part of their study of continents and oceans.
Teaneck Chabad Preschool hosted Chabad Preschool of Fort Lee for a day of education about S.T.E.M. learning for preschoolers, with presenters Devory Krasnianski, director of the CECE (Chabad Early Childhood Education) Network, and Dina Leifert. The teachers even got down on the floor, as the children do, to play with and explore
Yavneh eighth graders visit The Jewish Home at Rockleigh on a monthly basis to share technology skills with the residents. In today’s society, taking “selfies” is ubiquitous. The residents at The Jewish Home were excited to share in this experience and took selfies with Yavneh students. They then shared via email
This Monday, the RYNJ Middle School students had the privilege of hearing Dr. Annette Berger, a former RYNJ school psychologist who made Aliyah four years ago. Dr. Berger now serves as a psychologist in the educational/psychological services of Ma’alei Adumim, and as a private therapist in Yerushalayim.
On Monday, November 2, 2015, Yeshiva University High School for Boys’ (MTA) Academy News editors-in-chief and yearbook staff traveled four miles south to Columbia University for the 76th annual Scholastic Press Association Fall Conference. Upon arrival, the students were supplied with a schedule of sessions to choose
Mrs. Ahuva Mantell’s art class at Frisch had a surprise trip to Ikea last week, where students had a scavenger hunt throughout the mega store. Their task at hand: to create artistic shots accompanying different scenes like, “Guess who’s coming to dinner?” and “I woke up like this.”