During a 10-week simulation SMG this fall, four 7th graders at Yavneh Academy turned $100,000 into $131,495. They finished in second place out of 500 student teams in the New Jersey Northern Region. They placed 6th in the state out of 2602 teams.
During the 10-week session they both bought and
TABC’s Color War 2014 was amazing! With each class assigned a unit in Tzahal: Freshmen Chail Haavir, Sophomores Chail Hayam, Juniors Modi’in and Seniors Tzanchanim, the competition was friendly and fun, yet very serious. The Juniors emerged the victors after a tough fight.
RYNJ students of 4B1 are learning how to do research. The boys learned how to use a table of contents and an index to locate pertinent information inside of a text. Then, each student chose several books about an animal and wrote a short report about the adaptations, habitat, diet and lifespan of his chosen animal. Also, each boy
The Kaplen JCC on the Palisades runs a “Grand-Friend” program that encourages intergenerational interactions between seniors and young children who attend programs at the Center. The program was launched by the JCC Senior Center Director Judi Nahary, who found research that suggests that these sorts of interactions
Class by class for the Buds students, Yeshivat Noam invited parents and visitors to attend a Chanukah celebratory breakfast. The children, their morot and the guests enjoyed tefillah, singing, games, latkes and festivities together.
On December 18, over 100 students from the Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy Middle School joined 76,603,900 students across the country by participating in an Hour of Code. The Hour of Code is a one-hour introduction to computer science designed to demystify code, spark students’ interest, and show that anybody can
When thinking of Chanukah, most children think of dreidels, menorahs, latkes, gifts and donuts. At Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey (RYNJ), our 7th grade girls think of chesed. During Chanukah we celebrate the miracle of light. The b’not of RYNJ, learned that they have the power to bring “light” into the
Twenty-seven students from the Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School participated in a very unique leadership opportunity that focuses on civic issues through a Jewish lens called Panim el Panim. This program is run under the auspices of BBYO. Other participating schools included: Akiva H.S., Heschel School, Denver Jewish Day School,