Sunday, May 24, 2020


Parshat Vayera at Yavneh

In honor of Parshat Vayera, Yavneh Academy Early Childhood and Grade 1 students learned about Hachnasat Orchim and invited each other into their class tents.


Teanech Chabad Visits Abraham’s Tent

Toddler class at Teaneck Chabad Preschool emulating Avraham’s Tent for Parshas Vayera


Sarah and Avraham’s Tent at BPY

Ben Porat Yosef had some special surprise visitors at BPY on Friday, November 7, in advance of reading Parashat Vayera. “Avraham and Sarah” (aka Rav Tomer Ronen, Rosh HaYeshiva, and Jessica Kohn, Early Childhood Director) welcomed early childhood students to their tent to sing Shabbat songs and do the mitzvah of bikur cholim. It


Moriah Plus: An Afterschool Parent Lifesaver

Moriah Plus–Moriah’s premiere comprehensive afterschool program–has successfully completed its first fall session with over 350 children registered in fabulous classes such as fencing, chess, cheerleading, flag football, violin, ice hockey, ballet and much more!

Opportunities such as these are not common for average


Moriah Dedicates the Yocheved Orbach Campus

The Moriah School has announced that the campus will be named The Yocheved Orbach Campus as part of an “extraordinary” gift made by Jessica and Meyer Orbach of Englewood and their extended family, in memory of Meyer’s mother who recently passed away. In a letter to parents, Evan Sohn, Moriah President; Jay Goldberg, Chairman


Teacher Training

“Train a child according to his way” (Proverbs 22:6) is a Biblical aphorism summing up the feeling of many parents and educators. Inspired by this ever-enlightening teaching from King Solomon, the Orthodox Union’s Yachad/National Jewish Council for Disabilities and The International Jewish Resource Center for Inclusion and Special Education will present,


Yeshivat Noam’s Sunrise Minyan

On Sunday morning, October 26, 2014, the Yeshivat Noam Fourth Grade students and their parents gathered for the second consecutive year in Fort Lee, at the foot of the Palisade Cliffs, to observe the rising sun while davening Shacharit. This was in keeping with the school’s mission statement to


Kaplen JCC Holds Intergenerational Mitzvah Day

Participants in the JCC Senior Adult Department, young adults with special needs from its Guttenberg Center for Special Services, and children in the JCC Early Childhood Department all collaborated on a special intergenerational project to support the Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey’s annual Mitzvah Day. The


Yavneh Packs for Tomchei Shabbos

Yavneh 8th graders packing for Tomchei Shabbos of Bergen County.


Yavneh Collects Gently Used Books

In conjunction with Mitzvah Day of Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey, the Yavneh Academy family collected gently used books for needy children.

Please join us on November 9th for Yavneh Academy's Annual Benjamin Schwartz Memorial 5K Run/1Mile Walk. Visit https://www.practicehard.com/RegisterEvent.asp?eid=1164 to sign up!


Ma’ayanot Student Chosen as Regional Finalist in Siemens Competition

Devorah Saffern, a senior at Ma’ayanot Yeshiva High School for Girls in Teaneck, New Jersey was chosen as a Regional Finalist in the team division of the prestigious Siemens Competition in Math, Science and Technology. Ms. Saffern and her partner Julie Eaughn from San Diego, California were chosen as Regional Finalists for their


Math Night at RYNJ

RYNJ First Grade Math Night! Parents and students enjoyed a fun filled night of math games and activities led by Cindy Wiesel, Math Coordinator, and all the first grade teachers.