The JEC Lower School has taken on the task of teaching middot and halacha through Torah Live, a multimedia platform that provides presentations on Judaism for adults and children.
“While Torah Live’s mission is to create high quality, cutting-edge multimedia presentations that communicate
Color day, davening and dancing highlighted Yeshivat Noam’s Rosh Chodesh Adar celebration.
Last week, TABC’s Rabbi Malitzky took one of his shiurim on a trip to Washington Heights. The trip began with a surprise message from Rosh Yeshiva Rav Meir Goldvicht, who they bumped into while walking to the Seforim Sale.
Rav Goldvicht shared with them how the word sefer (book) has
Yavneh Academy Early Childhood was privileged to host the delightful Meish Goldish this week. Meish is a well-known author of over 400 children’s books. Goldish read some of his books to the students and also explained some of the process of book writing. He also had the “Adar-able” children giggling as he played
This past week RYNJ students had the privilege of having a visit from a special guest, Rabbi Menachem Genack. Rabbi Genack is not only Tani Genack’s grandfather, but is also the rav of Shomrei Emunah in Englewood and the CEO of OU Kosher. Rabbi Genack came to speak to the students of 2B about Abraham Lincoln. Rabbi
Preschoolers at Lubavitch on the Palisades are getting into the Purim spirit by creating Shushan backdrops, megillahs and groggers. The children celebrated Rosh Chodesh Adar with much happiness and excitement. The toddler and transitional nursery classes led a Royalty Parade down the
On Thursday, February 16, Heichal HaTorah students enjoyed a well-deserved afternoon of “R&R.” All talmidim chose from several different venues where they could recharge their batteries and have fun with their friends and rebbeim.
Ben Porat Yosef held its annual Family Math Night for first and second grade students on Wednesday, February 22. Parents and students teamed up to play a variety of math games including an addition, subtraction and multiplication game; a geometry guessing game; and a place value game. The students were able to utilize the
The Marsha Stern Talmudical Academy/Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA) has partnered with Creative Image Productions to design a new and innovative filmmaking program for students at the school. Through the program, which is set to launch for next academic year, students in MTA’s award-winning MTA-TV club, will receive
Ben Porat Yosef fifth grade students finalized their “Maker Projects.” They used either a Makey Makey or paper circuit, and were successful at “making something that does something using circuits.” They came up with ideas and were able to problem-solve until they could actually create a working project.
Last week, the ninth and tenth grade participants in TABC’s Olam HaChochma Scholars Program were treated to an engaging presentation by Ms. Lea Speyer, the senior correspondent for the prestigious newspaper, the Algemeiner. Sharing her knowledge of how to conduct interviews and accurately report journalistically, Ms. Speyer spoke
Lubavitch on the Palisades kindergarten students created a rainforest exhibit and bake sale to raise money for endangered animals of the rainforest. Children worked tirelessly to bake; create menus, signs and displays; and prepare explanations of what they learned about the rainforest. The children took pride in