Bruriah parents and faculty gathered together for a dynamic and engaging book club discussion on Monday evening led by Director of Academic Enrichment and English Department Chair Margueya Poupko. Entitled “The Letter We Wear: A Literary Look at Shame and Redemption,” participants enjoyed an enlightening analysis of “The
In commemoration of the 21st anniversary of 9/11, RYNJ parent Moshe Moskowitz spoke to middle school students on the topic of Yad Hashem: 9/11 and Beyond. The boys sat spellbound listening to his powerful recounting of his 9/11 experience. He shared how he was miraculously saved and his subsequent strengthened path towards
The RKYHS school year is off to a great start. The whole high school will focus on the theme of “Just Do it, Right” based off the pasuk from Devarim, “V’asita hayashar v’hatov b’einei Hashem, And you shall do what is proper and good in the eyes of Hashem.” The theme was announced on the first day of
The transition from early childhood to elementary school is a very memorable milestone. On the first day of school, Ben Porat Yosef first graders and their parents were invited to a moving up ceremony that was the perfect way to celebrate their first day of first grade. The families were warmly welcomed and had
The Idea School launched the first of its STEAM and CHAGIM workshops on Sunday September 11, at the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades Fall Expo. People of all ages got to experience the fun of making and creating—by designing their own Rosh Hashanah cards that they were able to light up learning the concepts of
The school year started off with a pop at IEBECC’s welcome back to school program. Before the bubble show started the children had breakfast and made their own bubbles. The show included all different kinds and sizes of bubbles and ended with each child inside a bubble!
Inside the classrooms, in the fields and throughout the campus, the Yeshivat Noam fifth graders are teaching the elementary school students to put their hands up for kindness and chesed.
The Springboard School had a great first day of school! Seeing friends and teachers old and new, students so happy to be starting another school year.
To better acquaint themselves with their classmates, the fifth graders wrote all about their favorites—including favorite animal, color, food, etc. They then created exceptional slide shows which they presented to their peers. It was a wonderful start to the school year and a great way to create camaraderie.