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Sunday, April 30, 2017

Schools

RYNJ Performs The Wizard of Oz in Hebrew

On March 28, the seventh grade girls of the Rosenbaum Yeshiva “followed the yellow brick road” as they performed הקוסם מארץ עוץ , an original Hebrew production of “The Wizard of Oz.” The students have spent the past two months rehearsing their lines, designing scenery, creating

Gan Yaldenu of Teaneck Celebrates Pesach

The children of Gan Yaldenu in Teaneck participated in a model Seder. Each class in the gan prepared food for the meal. The children recited the four questions, read from their very own haggadahs and participated in the search for the afikoman.

 

Yeshivat Noam Third Grade Scientists Explore Changes in Matter

In Morah Yonina Ciner’s science class, Yeshivat Noam third grade students have been learning about the chemical and physical changes of matter and the unique characteristics of each. The students were challenged to make changes to seven types of matter and explain if their changes were chemical

RYNJ and SINAI Partner for a Pesach Inclusion Art Project

Fifth grade girls at RYNJ paired up with SINAI students to create a personalized 

Kos Eliyahu for the Seder.

 

Lubavitch on the Palisades Holds Model Seders

In preparation for Pesach, preschool and elementary students at Lubavitch on the Palisades participated in model Seders. Children learned about the Pesach traditions and practiced the rituals of the Seder. Each Seder was infused with joy through song and dance.

 

BCHSJS Students’ Education Is Enhanced by Young Leadership School Visit

Students at the Bergen County High School of Jewish Studies met with a visiting Young Leadership delegation from the school’s sister city, Nahariya, Israel. The delegation joined classrooms and led various activities, including an Israel Jeopardy game; Youth2gether, an activity about the differences and similarities between

RTMA Optional Learning Yields Big Results

Learn Torah. Love Torah. Live Torah. Those seminal words, first coined by the founder of the Jewish Educational Center, HaRav Pinchas Mordechai Teitz z”l, represent the fabric of the JEC hashkafa and were vibrantly personified by students of the Rav Teitz Mesivta Academy during a

Moriah Holds First-Ever Middle School Science Fair

On Wednesday, March 29, Moriah’s sixth and seventh graders participated in its first-ever Moriah Middle School Science Fair. Over 70 science fair projects were on display and the Kukin auditorium was packed with parents and family members. In the two months leading up to the science fair, students were

Rabbi Kerner and Rabbi Richter’s MTA Shiurim Celebrate Siyum

This past week, Rabbi Shimon Kerner and Rabbi Shalom Richter’s bekius shiurim celebrated a siyum of the first perek of Moed Katan.

To celebrate the siyum, the talmidim were treated to a gala fleishig lunch in the library and heard divrei Torah and bracha from rebbeim, fellow students

Alumni Flock to TABC to Learn Torah

Once a talmid, always a talmid. TABC is proud that this sentiment is felt by both the rebbeim and the alumni of the yeshiva. Rebbeim are eager to continue their relationships long after talmidim graduate and the talmidim’s appreciation for the insight and Torah knowledge of their rebbeim grows only greater as they mature

RKYHS and JKHA Students Give of Themselves at Hair Drive

Organized by RKYHS senior Rose Ginsberg, a total of 20 RKYHS and JKHA students, faculty members and several parents took part in a pre-Pesach hair donation drive. All of the participants donated a minimum of eight inches of their hair to Zichron Menachem, the first and only organization of its kind in Israel, which

IBECC Sunflowers Prepare the Whole Seder Table Themselves

At the Iris Berman Early Childhood Center, the last two days before Pesach were jam-packed. Not only did the children place all the Seder items on the table, they also prepared all the food. They washed and boiled the potatoes and, once they were cool, the yeladim peeled and cut them. The celery was washed in a sieve to