For college-bound students, junior year in high school is packed with challenges. It’s the most important year in terms of academics. It’s when you take the SAT or ACT, when you start putting together your college list, and when you are likely hitting your peak in whatever sports or extracurricular activities you’re involved in. In
I have worked with students of all levels and abilities all over New York and Bergen County over the past 10 years, and have dealt with every conceivable issue students face with their college admissions exams.
Taking the stress out of test preparation for students and their families is a major priority
Before I begin, let me just clarify that my use of “carpool” in the title might be misleading. I do not mean driving other peoples’ kids. I mean just driving my own to school, which, I guess would technically be a carpool with myself, but I only refer to it as such because the schools divide the kids according to “bus”
I’m 47 years old and divorced for three years. After about a year of being single again, I decided I was ready to meet someone new, but somehow really wasn’t being set up very much, and when I was set up, it was never with anyone that seemed right to me. After hearing this advice from a number of people, I decided to try
Hundreds of people from all over Bergen County gathered at the JCC for its annual Open House on Sunday, September 10, where new and prospective members toured the facility, swam in the pools, worked out in the adult and youth fitness centers, attended sample classes and met with JCC staff to learn about all the
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(Courtesy of Maze Cord Blood) For many soon-to-be parents, the prospect of a new year is a stressful yet exciting time. And, like with all new parents, along with a new baby comes concerns for the newborn’s health. With Rosh Hashanah upon us, the entire Jewish community is praying for a happy and healthy new year. So,
Uncle Moishy announced the release of “Welcome,” a fresh new CD with a fresh new sound, now available for purchase in-store, as well as online at UncleMoishysWorld.com, iTunes and Google Play. Get your copy in time for Rosh Hashanah!
“The music on ‘Welcome’ is an original, new
As a pediatric occupational therapist doing early intervention throughout Bergen County, I have the pleasure of playing with toys most of the day. Choices of toys and goals are always purposeful. Discussion takes place with the parents when choosing toys for play, and toy suggestions are re-evaluated as the child
There is very little I hate more than baking with my kids. They fight over pouring flour into the bowl; mix things so that, inadvertently, chunks go flying; and crack eggs leaving elusive shells for me to fish out. It’s not fun, it takes three times as long with their “assistance” and it ends up being way messier. I have
In a recent article published in The Bergen Record, Cathleen Bennett wrote about New Jersey state’s efforts to support an integrated health care system that treats people’s physical and mental health at the same time. In her article, Ms. Bennett discusses the impact that one’s mental health or addiction struggles may have on
Most of us have had things happen that convince us that Hashem is truly guiding things from above. Incidents that go beyond mere coincidences and into the bashert category.
Let me tell you a little story. Maybe not so little a story. But one that says without a doubt that there is a plan for all of