The fifth graders were excitedly racing around the school to solve the math mysteries throughout the building as they played “Escape the Room.” This customized version of the game was a compilation of the math skills they learned this year.
The Yavneh Academy first graders were thrilled to welcome kindergarten children to their class. After watching a short smart-board presentation about first grade, there were many thoughtful questions that the kindergarten children asked and the first graders happily answered. The students got to experience a taste
The Yeshivat He’Atid eighth grade students had a fantastic time celebrating their upcoming graduation at a very special graduation celebratory dinner. After a delicious meal at Kampai Hibachi in New York, the students participated in an awards ceremony and fun activities. The graduation excitement continued the following
Naaleh students have begun preparing for next year with G.O elections! An intense week of campaigning culminated in an amazing program run by the current G.O. representatives, who shared a hilarious song and a moving year-in-review video. They also introduced each candidate for the 2021-2022 G.O., which is
Torah Academy of Bergen County celebrated the achievements of 89 graduating seniors this past Monday evening, June 14. While the program was originally planned as an outdoor event, the rainy forecast meant a last-minute pivot to an indoor celebration. An elegant dessert reception took place in
As part of its weekly Town Hall programming where relevant and unique topics are discussed with the students each week, The Idea School hosted a mini Shabbaton Sephardi. Starting off the program was guest speaker Abe Raphael, a film archivist in Los Angeles who is the son of the late author Dr. David Towns Raphael
For 20 years, BPY has educated hundreds of children and provided them with the skills and tools necessary to embark on their next stages of life.
This year, the school’s theme is “20 for 20”—20 actions to celebrate its 20th year, raising money for each milestone. Thank
It was a year like no other, and much had to be sacrificed throughout the world in terms of athletics. Yet, Yeshivat Frisch Athletics is looking back on a year in which, despite all the challenges, there is much to be proud of.
In a year of reduced competition, Frisch’s boys
The Moriah School fifth grade STEM built robots and coded in block based coding to compete in an in-school competition. Students used the iterative process to create the ultimate robot for their team with their robotics partner. They were required to collaborate with multiple teams to score points together through
On Wednesday, June 9, MTA celebrated the commencement ceremony of its 103rd graduating class at Congregation Keter Torah. The program opened with inspiring words from Head of School Rabbi Joshua Kahn, who also acknowledged the 27 families who were experiencing their last MTA graduation as their youngest or only son
Mazal tov to the fifth grade class of 2021 who celebrated their completion of elementary school with a celebratory luncheon. After a welcome message from Mrs. Katzwer and Menahelet Rubenstein, the teachers addressed each child with an individual and unique message. Many of the students shared personal reflections, talking about