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TABC Seniors Present Capstone Projects

Everyone has something that he has always been curious about but which he has never had the time to pursue. Enter TABC’s Capstone, a project which seniors are assigned to complete as part of their graduation requirements. What is novel about this type of project is that it entails not merely an exploration of a

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The Idea School Hosts Virtual Exhibition of Learning

Neither three months of distance learning nor a pandemic were enough to deter The Idea School from hosting their third Exhibition of Learning of the year. Using digital platforms to create and display student work made this trimesters exhibition of learning stand out among the rest.

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Naaleh Zooms to Disney for Year End Program

On Monday, Naaleh students experienced a virtual trip to Disney World! Using a “park map” with links to rides, games, experiences, tutorials, behind the scenes footage and shows, the students had a blast traveling through the famous parks and hotspots. The students collaborated to create a virtual disney trip

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BCHSJS Continues Classes in June

Though spring classes at the BCHSJS ended on Sunday, May 17, a number of students requested the school offer classes in June. At Principal Fred Nagler’s request, five teachers volunteered to teach classes on three Sundays in June:

Jewish Myth-Busters—Tova Sklar

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Anshei Lubavitch Dives Into Summer Units

Anshei Lubavitch students were so excited to begin their summer units, learning about the ocean, oceanic wildlife, summer weather, summer safety and summer fun with water! Students reviewed the concepts of sinking and floating, density and buoyancy, and created floating pool-noodle fish which can stay afloat in

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RKYHS Seniors Gather ‘Together’ for Senior Dinner

The RKYHS Class of 2020 gathered “together” with their faculty for a virtual Senior Dinner. Faculty members picked up “dinners to go” for the seniors and delivered them to each student’s home to enjoy later that evening during Senior Dinner. Participants enjoyed student-made videos that reflected back on

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JEC Primer Has Siddur Extravaganza

After a year of learning their otiot and nekudot, Primer students finally received their siddurim! On Sunday, May 31, Rabbi Beer, Morah Lani and Morah Shana visited each student at their house and presented them with their very first siddur, and a special package with cupcakes and other items for their Siddur

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Announcing New Yeshiva Program In Monsey: Bais Medrash Ner Torah

This coming fall, Elul 5780, Yeshiva High School of Monsey, which first opened its doors four years ago with its successful high school, will inaugurate its first-ever Bais Medrash program for post-high school boys. Bais Medrash Ner Torah is the brainchild of Rabbi Dovid Rubin, the Menahel of YHSM, who believes that there

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Tenafly Chabad Hosts Pre-Shavuot Ice Cream Drive-Through

I scream! You scream! We all scream for ice cream! The parking lot was bursting with excitement on Wednesday as cars lined up for a pre-Shavuot ice cream drive through! Students and families from preschool through eighth grade arrived with their families to see their teachers and principals and get a delicious ice

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Tenafly Chabad Hosts Pre-Shavuot Ice Cream Drive-Through

I scream! You scream! We all scream for ice cream! The parking lot was bursting with excitement on Wednesday as cars lined up for a pre-Shavuot ice cream drive through! Students and families from preschool through eighth grade arrived with their families to see their teachers and principals and get a delicious ice

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JKHA and RKYHS Delve Into Current Events

In JKHA middle school in small Zoom breakout rooms with faculty, students discussed George Floyd’s death at the hands of the police while exploring a larger discussion defining prejudice, systemic racism and white privilege. Students engaged with these challenging issues, broadening their worldview as they discussed

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BPY Has Shavuot Siyum and Parade

What a fabulous erev Shavuot it was for the BPY family! The day started off with a school-wide siyum. Students and families learned all of Pirkei Avot and Brachot. Seventh graders Eili Burnat and Joshie Rabitz both contributed to the siyum with beautiful divrei Torah. The BPY family is defined by achdut—k’ish

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