Monday, June 05, 2023


SAR Academy

SAR Academy celebrated Lag B’Omer and BEE4SAR Day, a day on which SAR shows school spirit and marks the launch of its Shavuot appeal. The goal is for 613 families to join the initiative and invest in SAR so that the school can continue to provide all of its students with the best educational experience possible.



MTA talmidim enjoyed a special BBQ to celebrate Lag B’Omer. The delicious food was grilled up by a team of culinarily skilled 11th graders. Dancing broke out as the talmidim and rebbeim excitedly celebrated the joyous day.

The week also saw incredible grade trips. The 10th


Heichal HaTorah

Heichal talmidim and rebbeim celebrated Lag B’Omer with an energizing and fun-filled morning at Overpeck Park. The day was packed with exciting activities, including softball, tennis, soccer, football, fishing and kayaking, guaranteeing something fun for everyone. After the games were over, the talmidim headed back to



Ma’ayanot students and faculty celebrated Lag B’Omer with an incredible day of meaningful and interactive learning, chesed, grade bonding and outdoor fun!

Students started off the day with a special interactive learning program in memory of Donny Morris z”l and all the


SINAI Schools

SINAI students had a blast this Lag B’Omer, whether they were creating bonfire art projects out of pipe cleaners and tape, going on outings with their partner school peers, enjoying the outdoors—or even eating (chocolatey) Israeli Lag B’Omer snacks with bnot sherut.



Naaleh had a joyous and meaningful Lag B’Omer. The day began with divrei Torah from Mrs. Davis and Leah Rothman, who used messages from Rabbi Akiva to frame the significance of the day, marking the second yahrzeit of Donny Morris, z’l, along with other kedoshim of Meron.



On Lag B’Omer, TABC students and faculty had a blast at American Dream and then enjoyed a delicious Wandering Que lunch back at school in honor of the chag. Additionally, TABC talmidim and rebbeim hit the softball field for some friendly shiur vs. shiur competition. Rabbi Duvie Nachbar’s shiur faced off


Shalom Yeladim

The children at Shalom Yeladim had a wonderful week. They made their own bonfires (out of paper) for Lag B'Omer and ate s’mores and sang songs. They read books and had conversations about being kind to their friends. The children have also been hard at work making gifts for their mothers for Mother’s Day.


Lubavitch on the Palisades Preschool

Children at Lubavitch on the Palisades Preschool had an incredible Lag B’Omer with many fabulous activities. Children enjoyed face painting, bounce house, obstacle course and special art activities. They loved creating their own edible bonfires and especially loved eating them as a special treat.


Yeshivat Frisch

Yeshivat Frisch celebrated Lag B’Omer with a meaningful kindness campaign in memory of Donny Morris z”l, and grade-wide trips.

Last Monday morning, students and faculty were moved and inspired by the words of Mirlana Morris, the mother of Donny Morris z”l (and sister of


Anshei Lubavitch

Anshei Lubavitch had an incredible Lag B’Omer celebration with bonfires, S’mores, picnics, moon bounces and more!


Cheder Yaldei Menachem

Lag B’Omer was celebrated with flair at Cheder Yaldei Menachem! As a day of Jewish Pride, saluting our love for Hashem, His Torah and every Jew, it was enjoyed by all. CYM relocated to the Batsheva Playground where they engaged in different theme related stations. Children davened their tefillot in “Rabbi

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