Tuesday, February 28, 2017


Freshman Shabbaton Creates TABC Warmth Over Snow-Filled Weekend

The freshman shabbaton was a wonderful bonding experience for the freshmen, their senior mentors and members of the TABC faculty. The shabbaton began with a choice of paintball or a combination of bowling and laser tag. The group then went to the Hudson Valley Resort and Spa for Shabbat. There was beautiful davening and

LPS Offers a Unique Elective Program

What is extra special about Fridays at Lubavitch on the Palisades School? It could be pizza, it could be Fun Friday in many classrooms, it could be the early dismissal and it could even be music classes for the youngest elementary-school students. But the most special thing about Fridays at LPS is the elective period.

Moriah Eighth Graders Visit YU Seforim Sale

On Wednesday, Moriah eighth grade students were privileged to visit Yeshiva University to tour the beit midrash and university library, as well as to shop at the annual YU Seforim Sale. Students were mesmerized by the kol haTorah that could be heard immediately upon entering the beit midrash and were

Dr. Mitrani Visits BPY to Teach About Healthy Teeth

Ben Porat Yosef parent and dentist, Dr. Liz Panzer Mitrani, helped early childhood students learn all about keeping their teeth healthy, as part of their programming during National Children’s Dental Health Month. The students had a wonderful time learning about flossing and brushing, and also about foods that are healthy and

Happy President’s Day From RYNJ!

BPY Holds Community Event to Promote Healthy Eating for Children

On Tuesday, February 14, Ben Porat Yosef hosted food bloggers Michelle Gindi of “Buddha Bowls and Burpees” and Emily Cohen of “My Life My Menu” for a community event to promote healthy eating lifestyle tips for children. The event was sponsored by the school’s parent-teacher organization, which introduced the

Gan Yaldenu Tots Gets Ready for Rosh Chodesh Adar and Purim

Yeshivat Noam First Graders Study Symbiosis

In Mrs. Yonina Ciner’s science class at Yeshivat Noam, first grade scientists learned about animal relationships and symbiosis, which means studying how living things interact with each other and sometimes need each other to survive. The students were shocked to discover that humans aren’t the only organisms

Moriah Early Childhood Gears Up for Purim

In honor of Rosh Chodesh Adar, the Moriah early childhood children are busy transforming their classroom into Shushan. They painted the walls of the palace with neon glitter paint. Mishenichnas Adar Marbim B’simcha.


RYNJ Visits YU Seforim Sale

This week, the RYNJ middle school boys division had the incredible opportunity to visit Yeshiva University. In addition to spending time appreciating and browsing the vast Torah literature available at the annual seforim sale, students had the privilege of hearing a brief shiur by one of the YU roshei yeshiva or

Yavneh Sings at Devils Game

The Yavneh Academy Chamber Choir performed the Star Spangled Banner at the Prudential Center on February 14 when the New Jersey Devils played the Colorado Avalanche. Directed by Yavneh music director Marsha Greenberg Motzen, the group has the distinction of being the only ensemble to have been invited to sing the national

BPY Students and Parents Have a ‘Rendezvous With Rashi’

Ben Porat Yosef third grade students held a “Rashi Rendezvous” on Wednesday, February 15, where the students celebrated the beginning of their learning of this important Torah commentary. They prepared songs and innovative video clips entirely in Hebrew, and learned Torah with their parents to mark