A group of Yavneh Academy girls decided that they wanted to do a Purim chesed project. After brainstorming and consulting with Gayle Clachko, Yavneh director of guidance and student services, the students decided to collect Purim costumes for children whose families are going through financial hardships. An email was sent
The TABC Rabbi Hershel Solnica Memorial Math Science Expo took place this past Tuesday night. In his introductory remarks, Dr. Joel Berman, chair of the science department, related how his rosh yeshiva, many years ago, warned him that the mission of an educator is to get people to think, and most
Lower school joined together to mark the birthday of Dr. Seuss. To celebrate this prolific author, the lower school students spread their love of reading throughout the day, including reading buddy sessions, listening to books by mystery readers, rhyming exercises, art projects and so much more.
In honor of Dr. Seuss’ 113th birthday, the children at IBECC learned all about Dr. Seuss and read many of the books he wrote. They wore crazy hats and made a topsy turvy cake to celebrate.
March 2 was the 20th anniversary of Read Across America Day, a campaign the National Education Association organizes to celebrate national literacy. It is held every March 2, the birthday of the late Dr. Seuss.
Once again Moriah was proud to participate in the
Thanks to a new initiative coordinated by the Yeshivat Noam Parents Association, the Yeshivat Noam community gathered together to celebrate the arts. Students who play an instrument performed in an ensemble together, both the elementary and middle school choirs sang, poetry was recited and art was
Ben Porat Yosef middle school students took a trip to Kehilat Kesher in Englewood on Tuesday, February 28, as an offsite retreat to learn more about the relevance of tefillah to their lives, gaining fresh and inspired perspectives throughout the day. They discussed how to connect deeply with the words
V’kara Bo Kol Yemei Chayav (Devarim 17:19)—the Torah uses the paradigm of the Jewish king as a model for talmud Torah being a lifelong endeavor. TABC is very proud that, on average, over 90 percent of its talmidim choose to continue learning in Israel after they graduate. This year the talmidim received an impressive 28