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.”
Ben Porat Yosef third grade students wrote and performed “Parashat Chayei Sarah” for first and fifth graders as part of the school’s Kabbalat Shabbat program on Friday, November 5. The performance was completely in Hebrew and depicted the story of Eliezer meeting Rifka at the well. The talented actors, set designers, costume
Ben Porat Yosef pre-K students used their learning about Parshat Noach to learn about and experience making blueprints, measuring and building their own structures.
Dr. Jennifer Blanck, a member of Frisch’s science department, showed some Frisch pride in Sunday’s TCS New York City Marathon. Dr. Blanck finished the marathon in 6 hours and 55 minutes. “It was not nearly as fast as I would have liked, but I did finish,” said Dr. Blanck.
And she had
TABC students and faculty heard a wonderful presentation from Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg, Founder and International Director of Kids Kicking Cancer, on the topic of “Taking Control of the Stressors of Fear, Pain and Anger. The talk was moving and inspirational.
Six-month-old Sara was all smiles as she and mom, Lori Falkenstein, came out for the inaugural Babyccino class, the new mommy and me program at the Iris Berman Early Childhood Center in Livingston. Nearly two dozen babies and toddlers enjoyed circle time, sensory play and more during the one-hour class.
Election Day 2015 gave nursery kids an opportunity to vote for their favorite snack. The candidates were round crackers, pretzels and string cheese. Before voting, the class discussed the virtues of each contender. Graphing the outcomes showed them that the winner was—round crackers.
In conjunction with a unit on natural disasters, Mrs. Segal invited her former student, Ariel Schabes (‘09), to speak to the fifth graders about meteorology. Ariel is studying weather science at Rutgers University and he plans to pursue a career in broadcast journalism when he graduates next year. He talked about how he
Yeshiva University High School for Boys’ (MTA) freshman class welcomed Mrs. Tamar Sheffey, Director of Guidance, into their shiur classrooms this past week to run a session on Time Management and Organization. Students were given the chance to analyze their personal level of time control and organization. As the conversations
TABC Juniors enjoyed their Night Out in New York City. The evening began with dinner at Kosher Deluxe after which the students continued on to Escape the Room, where they broke into teams to solve clues in order to escape a room in 60 minutes. It was a wonderful bonding experience.