For the partner schools in the Greater MetroWest Day School Initiative, the 2017 Celebrate Israel Parade was more than a celebration of Israel. This year, for the first time, these schools marched together, united under one umbrella, in a show of achdut that resonated strongly with the
In Yeshivat Noam, one academic objective is to foster a love, enthusiasm and appreciation of science. To achieve this goal, the fifth grade participates in a grade wide Science Olympiad, using the guidelines of the Elementary Science Olympiad National Program. This initiative offers a wide variety of
Touro College held its annual commencement on May 28. During the ceremony, guests heard speeches from the valedictorians of Touro’s Lander College of Arts and Sciences (LAS), Lander College for Men (LCM) and Lander College for Women (LCW).
Keynote speaker Jason Dov Greenblatt, an
On Thursday, May 25, Ben Porat Yosef students received an informative presentation from Ann Koffsky, author of “Noah’s Swimathon” and many other books. She spoke to the students about the process of writing and illustrating a book from start to finish. This presentation was part of the BPY’s special programming for the
On Tuesday evening, May 9, two members of TABC’s graduating class, Aviad Shely and Menachem From, as well as their instructor, Cary Reichardt, were honored at the awards ceremony for the Siegelbaum Literary and Visual Arts Competition.
The Siegelbaum Competition is sponsored annually by the
On Sunday, May 21, seventh grade winners of Moriah’s science fair went on to compete in the Inter-Yeshiva Science Congress at HALB. Students from 11 other yeshivot presented their projects in front of two judges. Two of the Moriah teams ended up taking top honors winning first and third place.