Wednesday, January 27, 2021


Tenth Grade Takes Over at MTA

December was 10th Grade Takeover Month at MTA, with tons of special activities and events just for sophomores, including Let’s Make A Deal, a late night in yeshiva event and so much more! The month culminated with an amazing trip to Anchor Paintball & Golf Center on Tuesday, December 29. Sophomores had a


RYNJ Has Positive Energy

In chemistry class, eighth grade students are busy learning about atoms, positive protons, neutral neutrons and negative electrons. For some hands-on learning and bringing atoms to life, RYNJ students built 3-D models of each element, including the right number of each subatomic particle and the right electron


Yavneh Academy Kitah Bet Students Receive Chumashim

Mazal tov to Yavneh Academy kitah bet students who received their chumashim on Sunday, December 27. All of the students and their families participated (from their cars) in a very special Chumash Celebration Parade at Yavneh. Cars were decorated, treats we distributed, students each had a turn at the celebratory


Anshei Lubavitch Creates Winter Wonderland

Anshei Lubavitch students walked into school and discovered a winter wonderland in their classroom last week! The classroom was covered in white pom-pom snow with a giant igloo for the children to climb inside. The children built snowmen, sewed mittens, made shaving cream snow, counted snowballs and had so much


Tenafly Chabad Academy First Graders Practice Script And Hebrew Grammar


Kol Chaverim Preschool Rings in 2021

Kol Chaverim preschool rung in the New Year with lots of learning and fun! They continued their winter units and enjoyed learning all about winter sports and winter animals. Everyone looks forward to a successful 2021 together!


Naaleh Participates In Yad Leah Coat Drive

Naaleh’s REACH committee has added the Yad Leah United Yeshiva Winter Coat Drive to the chesed roster! Students brought in coats that will be sent to families in need in Israel. Naaleh girls will organize, pack and deliver the coats to the Yad Leah warehouse in Passaic.


Frisch Seniors Hear From Experts in Cybersecurity And Criminal Justice

Yeshivat Frisch’s senior curriculum encourages students to take an active role in their education, choosing from a variety of specialized electives in several disciplines. Last week, students in Elana Lefkovitz’s Crime and Corruption class (part of the history department) experienced two excellent guest speaker


Hidden Sparks Trains Yeshivat Noam Teachers

Yeshivat Noam extends tremendous hakarat hatov to Hidden Sparks for gifting the teachers with multiple sessions of coaching with Lily Howard Scott. This opportunity was invaluable as a school, especially during a challenging year like this one. Social emotional learning has always been an integral part of Yeshivat


The Idea School Prepares For First Exhibition Of the School Year

Students and faculty at The Idea School are gearing up for the first Exhibition of Student Learning of the 2020/2021 school year. The exhibition will take place digitally on Tuesday January 12, at 7:30 p.m., to a virtual audience of parents, prospective students and community friends.


BPY Fourth Grade Learns About Autism

The fourth graders were fortunate enough to have a special “guest” in their classes this past Monday. Nesya Malka (a BPY parent), works with children who have special needs and taught the children all about autism and how children who are on the spectrum learn. It was a very engaging lesson that went along with their


Gan Yaldenu Tots of Bergenfield Loves the Snow

The children at Gan Yaldenu Tots are learning about the winter. They talked about how in the winter the weather changes to being colder. The children talked about their love of snow in the winter time and being able to build a snowman. After the snowstorm a few weeks ago the children were able to go outside and