Ben Porat Yosef fourth graders learned all about the structure of the Beit HaMikdash on Tuesday, November 17, through a program presented by a representative of Machon HaMikdash (The Temple Institute) in Jerusalem. The representative guided the students on a virtual tour and then guided the students to build a full-scale
On last Motzei Shabbat, the Yeshivat Noam Elementary School gym was transformed by the Yeshivat Noam Parents Association, under the leadership of the co-presidents, Paula Cohen and Jennie Mohl, into an ‘80s themed game night. New parents and veteran parents enjoyed a night full of Pac-man, costumes, ‘80s
Yavneh Academy lower school students engaged in an interactive activity to learn about the Beit HaMikdash with Mr. Steve Frankel of the Mikdash Educational Center of The Temple Institute, Machon HaMikdash. After a discussion of the history of the Beit HaMikdash, the students learned how to prepare b’samim and
Alumna Ayalet Kahane (‘06), who currently serves as AIPAC Associate Area Director, Bergen and Rockland Counties, came to speak with students in the 12th grade U.S. Government classes about the role of a lobbyist in general, and about the important work she does for AIPAC in particular.
On Thursday, November 5, 2015, Yeshiva University High School for Boys’ (MTA) Names Not Numbers program met with journalist and reporter Catherine Prince from Columbia University to discuss different techniques that the students would apply to their interviews of Holocaust survivors. Ms. Prince delved into the matter of
North versus South: Ben Porat Yosef eighth graders researched different Civil War era figures as part of their study of this period in American history. They then adopted the personas of the figures to engage in a period debate about the “future” of the union, allowing them to delve into the topic more deeply and gain
Yeshivat Noam Early Childhood Students prepare for their Thanksgiving feast and learn about Native Americans with a wide range of multisensory experiences. A few of these experiential activities include: full body weaving, making dreamcatchers, husking corn, writing pictorial stories, building and playing
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.
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
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