On November 12, Naaleh students and faculty joined together for a shabbaton weekend full of fun and inspiration! For weeks in advance, the whole school was involved in preparing for the shabbaton, with committees such as welcome bags, choir, dance, Shabbat-O-Grams, oneg and so much more. After a kickoff at school,
On November 9, Academies at GBDS commemorated the 83rd anniversary of Kristallnacht, the Night of the Broken Glass, with a meaningful tefillah followed by a moving presentation that included an eyewitness video interview, a video of Kristallnacht images narrated by eighth grade students, and art works created by
The Moriah School toddlers have been so busy getting ready for Chanukah and Thanksgiving. They love acting out the story of the Pilgrims and the Native Americans using their puppets. The children also enjoyed creating a life size chanukiah made of materials of many different textures!
Imagine combining a talented artist, eager students and a dean who makes sure all details are covered. What do you get? A Big Sister/Little Sister Paint Night!
Under the direction and planning of Middle School Dean Morah Jordana Baruchov, almost 80 young women joined Yavneh
Over 800 people were blown away by the creative, fun, educational and informative Open House for prospective parents and talmidim on Sunday night at Heichal. The audience was first addressed by Rabbi Stechler, rosh yeshiva and dean, who shared his vision for the yeshiva’s mission: Heichal HaTorah is dedicated to
Ma’ayanot was honored to host Rabbi Dr. Jacob J. Schacter, in conversation with Head of School Mrs. CB Neugroschl, for a moving and inspirational program, “Service and Sacrifice: In commemoration of Kristallnacht and in honor of all U.S. Military Veterans.” Rabbi Schacter, university professor of Jewish
Mah rabu maasecha Hashem! Each day as the children of BPY’s Gan Keshet say tefillah they thank Hashem for their five senses and the ability to see the marvelous world that was created for people to enjoy. After learning how Yitzchak relied on his sense of touch when his vision failed him, Gan Keshet began
Last Thursday night, over 250 students, parents and faculty attended a special parent-son mishmar at TABC. Following Ma’ariv, Rabbi Yaakov Glasser, the dean of Student Life at YU’s Center for the Jewish Future, kicked off the program and got everyone ready for Chanukah as he spoke about what makes the chag
TCA middle school students started a new unit featuring Georgia O’Keefe last week. They used watercolors and oil pastels to draw and then paint oak leaves. Warm colors (red, orange, yellow) were used for the leaves while cool colors (blue, green, purple) were painted for the background. The following week they
RYNJ parents of students in grades one through three spent an interactive evening exploring Singapore Math with Devorah Banayan, RYNJ lower school general studies principal. The Singapore math approach is utilized throughout the Dimensions curriculum currently implemented inthose grades. Parents had the
He’Atid students in third to fifth grade spent time learning about Veterans Day, its history and how the day is observed. Each student wrote a letter to a veteran, many of whom feel forgotten, to express appreciation and thank them for their incredibly important service to our country.