Sunday, April 30, 2017


Bruriah Debate Team Takes Gold in Inter-School Competition

Bruriah’s winning streak continued as its debate team proved victorious once again with its defeat last week of five schools in a debate competition. The resolution of the debate was “The United States should build a more substantial barrier along the U.S-Mexico border,” and was argued by students from SAR, Ma’ayanot, Yeshiva of

Schools Vie for the Robo Cup at BPY’s Tri-School Robotics Tournament

Paramus—It’s one thing to sit in class and learn about computers and technology. But Ben Porat Yosef’s Director of Technology Moshe Azizollahoff decided to give his students a chance to take these lessons and find real-life applications. As the scientific process benefits from the ability to share ideas with

JEC Model Seder Engages and Excites the Youngest Students

The JEC Lower School’s youngest students participated eagerly in a model Seder this Monday. Each class sang songs that they had prepared in advance with enthusiasm and were able to answer an array of questions about Pesach.

The children enjoyed

Matzah Factory Comes to Lubavitch on the Palisades

Children at Lubavitch on the Palisades preschool baked matzah at the Living Legacy Matzah factory with Rabbi Moshe Grossbaum. The children ground wheat into flour and mixed it with water in order to make dough. Each child went home with his/her own baker’s hat, matzah and Pesach magazine.

Matzah Factory Visits Moriah

The Moriah School’s early childhood got a special visit from the matzah factory. The students had an opportunity to bake their own delicious matzah from scratch, learning all about the entire matzah baking process. The children made some amazing looking matzahs. In anticipation of the matzah factory coming to

Pre-Pesach Learning Is Enjoyed at Ma’ayanot Yom Iyun

In addition to learning Haggadah and hilchot Pesach, Ma’ayanot students prepared for their Sedarim during the school’s annual Yom Iyun, or morning of learning, whose theme this year mainly revolved around the question, “What will I be freed from this Pesach?”

RYNJ Sends Wishes for a Chag Kasher V’Sameach

Yavneh Academy Students Are Ready for Pesach

Yavneh Academy Early Childhood students are ready for Pesach. They baked matzah with the Matzah Factory, learned about the makkot, re-created kriyat yam suf and made beautiful haggadot and matzah covers.


JEC Lower School Hosts Authentic Matzah Bakery

Students at the JEC Lower School got to experience the intricacies of matzah baking firsthand as Rabbi Yisrael Rosenblum of Living Legacy brought his mobile matzah bakery to the Jewish Educational Center last week, much to the delight of the students. With the smell of freshly baked

Heichal HaTorah Has a Busy Week Before Pesach

In preparation for Pesach, Heichal HaTorah students, led by Rabbi Daniel Senter of the Chof-K, baked their own matzahs. On Monday night, Heichal was joined by Henry Rosenberg of Teaneck, who spoke about his rebbe, Rav Ruderman, z”l, Rosh Yeshiva of Ner Yisroel. On Thursday, the talmidim heard inspiring

Yeshivat Noam’s Middle School Is Filled With Ruach for Color War

Middle School Color War at Yeshivat Noam was created around the theme of the 50th anniversary of Yerushalayim. The students each had the opportunity to shine as they engaged in projects of all kinds, designed to capture the diversity of their talents and interests. The hallways erupted with energy, creativity and

MTA Sophomores Have a Blast at a Dude Ranch

Immediately after davening last Wednesday morning, Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA) sophomores boarded the buses for a fantastic two-day grade trip. The trip began by going to a sports complex inside a huge bubble-dome where they played a variety of sports such as kickball, ultimate frisbee, volleyball and dodgeball.