On Sunday April 21 The Frisch School was honored to have Mayor Corey Booker as the featured speaker at the school’s Fourth Annual Sports breakfast. More than 400 members of The Frisch School community came together to show their pride in all of the school’s players and coaches, as well as their gratitude for the dedication and support of the parent body. Mayor
Yeshiva Ben Porat Yosef students perform daglanut (flag formations) at the Yom Ha’atzmaut chagiga (festival) program that took place at the school on Tuesday, April 16th. Each grade presented its own unique formations, which were performed for the more than 600 people who attended the Israeli-style dinner.
Zivugzone is a new online dating site geared 100% to observant singles. Founded by Moshe Coan, the site launched last fall and in six short months over 3,500 singles have registered—and four couples got engaged. Moshe, a licensed marriage and relationship therapist, has always had an interest in the dynamics of compatibility in relationships. In fact, research shows
Yavneh Academy’s third annual Early Childhood Bake Sale took place this past week. The students raised $562.50 for i-Shine of Teaneck, a Chai Lifeline program which provides homework assistance and recreational activities for children who are dealing with a loss or illness at home. Students from every grade of the school visited the bake sale tables during their
Performing in a school play gives any child a great sense of accomplishment and pride. But for the high school students at SINAI´s Rabbi Mark & Linda Karasick Shalem High School, it is both an enormous achievement and proof that they, too, can be just like other kids.
SINAI’s Shalem High School is very special. Located in Teaneck at Torah Academy of
The Moriah School recently hosted Dr. Michael Berenbaum, a leading Holocaust scholar, who spoke to students participating in the “Names Not Numbers” program—the taping of Holocaust survivors while they tell their stories.
Dr. Berenbaum focused his remarks on some of the more remarkable and unusual survivor stories which he has researched, highlighting
Orthodox NYPD officer offers perspective on ‘stop and frisk’ policy
Teaneck—What started out as a conversation about Fourth Amendment rights in a US Government class led to a lively presentation by a New York City (NYC) police officer about the contentious topic of the city’s stop and frisk program. Along the way Ma’ayanot seniors learned that often
From its inception, Book Day has been a labor of love. With our goal of fostering a sense of unity in the Torah Academy community that revolves around the act of reading, we sat down last summer to choose the most relevant books for our school.
Once again determined to involve all faculty, staff and students in the act of reading and discussing a text that
Walking through the World Of Wings is bound to delight and excite your little ones, and, most likely you too. There is so much to do and see there, don’t be surprised if you find yourself turning to the stranger standing next to you and saying “Can you believe this place is in TEANECK?!
It’s happened to us more than once at this unique and delightful
Students in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade at Yeshivat Noam have been busy learning about Planet Earth, its features and resources, for the Middle School Dynamic Earth Expo which was help April 10, 2013. The Expo is an interactive museum all about Earth. It highlights the beauty, diversity, and power of our planet and introduces visitors to new and future energy resources,
Eitan Waldman of Yeshivat Noam in Paramus came in second place in the North Jersey Spelling Bee held at Bergen Community College recently. Rabbi Hagler wishes him Kol HaKavod and says he is proud that Eitan represented the Paramus yeshiva at the competition. Eighty-three students from Bergen and Essex counties vied for the trophy in the spelling bee sponsored by