Wednesday, June 28, 2017


MTA Celebrates Class of 2017 Graduates

Last Monday, Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA) held its 99th annual commencement ceremonies, celebrating the graduation of this year’s senior class. The evening began with the processional led by Executive Director Shuey Jacoby, the singing of the national anthem by the YUHSB choir, and the

Yeshivat Noam’s Eighth Grade Girls Perform ‘The Lion King’

On the night of June 14, the talented eighth grade girls of Yeshivat Noam put on a performance of “The Lion King.” The show started with a rendition of the “The Circle of Life” in which the girls were able to pull off one of the most iconic scenes from the movie. They cleverly surprised the audience with a

LPS Hosts First Grade Publishing Party

The first graders at Lubavitch on the Palisades enjoyed their first-ever publishing party in front of friends and family on June 7. After a year of learning how to write proper sentences, sequencing and the different parts that make up a story, the first graders got to work. They spent time creating their own unique stories,

Leah Sokoloff Nursery School Celebrates With End of Year Party

The children of the Leah Sokoloff Nursery School of Shomrei Torah in Fair Lawn enjoyed a special end of year party together with some of their parents and grandparents. Each child received a special summer gift and Rabbi Yudin joined the festivities with a special message for the yeladim.

Moriah Eighth Grade Travels to Washington, D.C.

The Moriah eighth grade class culminated their successful senior year with a memorable trip to Washington D.C. Wearing the colorful, beautiful shirts designed by their very own Dylan Speiser, the eighth graders began the trip with a picnic lunch outside, on the National Mall, and then visited the

RYNJ Students Complete Masechet Makot

Fifteen RYNJ students in an eighth grade accelerated Gemara class worked very hard throughout the year to complete masechet Makot. The siyum was celebrated at a luncheon sponsored by RYNJ at Dougie’s in Teaneck. At the luncheon, Rabbi Price praised the boys for their accomplishment, which was achieved through

Moriah Nursery Classes Graduate

Congratulations to all of the Moriah nursery classes—Cochavim, Hashemesh and Keshet

—on their completion of their first full year at Moriah. Moriah is so proud of all that you have accomplished. Next stop—pre-k.


BPY Students Experience ‘Unity Day’ With Areyvut

Daniel Rothner and Ben Porat Yosef parent, Alisa Kaplan, from the amazing Areyvut organization, facilitated a special program for fifth grade students on Monday, June 12. The students were asked to complete the following statement:“Jewish unity is....” Students were then asked to create works of art based on their individual

TABC Holds Commencement

TABC’s Class of 2017 marked the completion of their high school journey with a beautiful commencement ceremony. After introductory remarks by Head of School Rabbi Asher Yablok and Rosh Yeshiva Rabbi Yosef Adler, valedictorian Yehuda Koslowe quoted from Kohelet to charge his classmates to take what they learned in TABC with them

MTA Students Pitch Their Business Ideas

On Monday evening, the MTA LEAD program held its culminating event, as Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA) students pitched their business ideas to members of the LEAD Executive Council. Members of the council include Dr. Tamar Avnet (chair of the marketing department at YU’s Sy Syms School of Business), Harris

LPS Hosts General Studies Showcase

The parents of Lubavitch on the Palisades students in second through sixth grades were treated to a night of presentations, artwork and a musical performance. The main room highlighted projects and portfolios from the classrooms. Students were told to pick something that they were especially proud of; they explained their

He’Atid Kindergarten Has Chagigat Sof Shana

What an unbelievable day for the kindergarteners at Yeshivat He’Atid! The Chagigat Sof Shana celebrated a year of learning, creativity, and fun, and it was done in style! Along with the speeches, a slideshow and beautiful singing, students’ artwork from the year was on display. Parents and grandparents perused