Sunday, May 16, 2021


Broadway Dance Teacher Headlines at Performing Arts Summer Camp For Frum Girls

Teaneck—A shomer Shabbosformer Rockette and an off-Broadway producer are working with Poconos camp owner Dale Pianko to train Orthodox girls in the performing arts this coming summer. An open house was recently held in Teaneck to help gather the first summer’s class of campers.

“Camp Maor is a place where every camper will have a chance


Friendship Circle Sends Families Out For the Night!

The Friendship Circle recently hosted a family night out program, where parents dropped off all their children for 2 ½ hours of fun on a Saturday night while they enjoyed a worry-free night out.

Children enjoyed pizza, havdalla candle making, sports, and a live ventriloquist show! Save the Date for the next family night out – December 14


Frisch Students Give of their Blood at Annual Blood Together!!

Nearly 100 students, faculty and alumni  of The Frisch School participated in the school’s annual Blood Drive on November 19, in partnership with the Community Blood Services of Paramus. Pictured are Tzvi Bessler Yoni Hammerman, Sabrina Kudowitz, and Sabrina Benmoha who did an amazing job organizing and running the Blood Drive.  The units of blood donated are


RYNJ Preschool Preview

Sensory sand search, kids in the kitchen, and picking patterns are some of the fun and educational activities your child will experience at the Preschool Preview hosted by the early childhood program of Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey, on Sunday, November 17th at 9:30 am. “The Preschool Preview is an opportunity for preschool aged children who are


Yavneh 5K Benjy Schwartz Walk A Success

On Sunday November 10 th, The Benjamin Schwartz Memorial 5K Run and 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk brought over 1,000 people to the Westfield Garden State Plaza. The event helped to raise over $50,000 for Yavneh Academy Scholarship needs.

Participants of the run/walk were treated to a pre-race workout with

Donna Riker of HNH Fitness in Oradell,


Leadership Day at Ma’ayanot

Thursday, November 7 th, was no ordinary day at Ma’ayanot. Peek in the gym and you would find students playing with feathers, string, tarps and balls, and even building structures out of plumbing pipes. It was Leadership Day at Ma’ayanot, and while there was lots of fun, and even some games, participants were engaged in serious activities meant


Yeshivat He’atid Pre-K Mock Wedding for Parshat Vayetze

The Pre-K students were very excited to plan their very own wedding! The morottaught the classes all about Parshat Vayetze, and then had a wedding celebration (just like Yaakov, Leah and Rachel). The children learned the steps to a Jewish wedding and, of course, how to dance with tremendous simcha.


Before Sunrise

On a recent crisp October Sunday morning before the break of dawn, parents and students of Yeshivat Noam’s fourth grade gathered along the banks of the Palisade Cliffs for a remarkable minyan. Nature provided the walls of our beit knesset: the brilliant orange and yellow foliage of the cliffs on one side, while on the other side, gulls and geese wheeled and


New York Colleges Score Big Judaic Hire

The former chief rabbi of the United Kingdom, Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, will be teaching at both Yeshiva and New York University starting in January. Sacks, 65, will serve as the Kressel and Efrat University Professor of Jewish Thought at YU and as the Ingeborg and Ira Rennert Global Distinguished Professor of Judaic Thought at NYU.

NYU student and


Touro College of Pharmacy Appoints Interim Dean From Fair Lawn

New York Dr. Alan Kadish, President and CEO of the Touro College and University System, announced that Dr. Zvi Loewy, professor and chair of the Department of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences at Touro College of Pharmacy, will serve as the school’s interim dean. Dr. Loewy succeeds Dr. Stuart Feldman, who stepped down last


A Culinary Evening at Ma’ayanot

The Ma’ayanot Yeshiva High School parent council is pleased to invite the community to a Culinary Evening at Ma’ayanot on Sunday, November 24 that 7:00 p.m. The evening will feature cooking demonstrations by two of the most talented chefs of the kosher world, Leah Shapira and Merav Dahan.  Leah Shapira is co-founder of cookkosher.com, a popular


Yasher Koach of the Week--- Michael Feuerstein Rudin & the TABC Midnight run

Michael Feuerstein Rudin has been the starting goalie at the Torah Academy of Bergen County for the past four year. Although Michael has many on the field accomplishments, we are proud to present him with this week’s award because of his work as the chair of the TABC Chessed Committee, and point man for the Midnight Run.

The Midnight run, is an