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.
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.
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
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
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
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
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.
Rabbi Moshe Benovitz, Managing Director of NCSY, Director of NCSY Kollel and a Rabbi at Yeshivat Reishit Yerushalayim, addressed the RKYHS Judaic Studies faculty, and then gave a meaningful Tanach shiur to the school’s juniors and seniors.
Yeshivat Noam observed Veterans Day with special programming, guest speakers and patriotic music. Lieutenant Myles Melnicoff spoke to the middle school students. Colonel Dr. Carl Singer, Yeshivat Noam grandparent, spoke to elementary school students. Sgt. Tzvi also spoke about his military experience. The students left