Fred Nagler, principal/director of the Bergen County High School of Jewish Studies recently attended the Jewish Teen Education and Engagement Network (JTEEN) conference in Houston, Texas. The theme of the conference was Learn, Innovate and Create Opportunity. Among the sessions were “Gen-Xers as Parents: Why Those Parents Are So
On Thursday, June 20, MTA talmidim in Rabbi Genachowski’s freshman shiur had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be mesameach chatan v’kallah at the wedding of an incredible couple who recently converted to Judaism. What an amazing way to welcome them to our community! Talmidim had a great time dancing with
Despite the school year being over, close to 100 TABC students piled into their yeshiva on Shabbat afternoon, June 15, for an end-of-year seuda shelishit. After davening Mincha together in the beit midrash, students were able to select from the various shiurim being given by TABC rebbeim. After learning together, the program
BPY celebrated the last day of school with an end of year assembly at which students thanked the people who help the school run smoothly and who help enhance the school on a daily basis. L’hitraot to our bnot sherut and shlichim families and those who are making aliyah. Students said goodbye to their teachers
Mazal tov to the Bruriah Graduating Class of 5779/2019. Bruriah High School celebrated the 53rd class of graduates on Sunday, June 16. There have been 53 years of successful, inspiring, Torah-focused, remarkable women who will continue to leave their mark on the world around them. The graduation ceremony
On Thursday June 13, Tenafly Chabad Academy recognized a significant milestone with the graduation of its second eighth grade class. Each member of the class of 10 graduates delivered their own personal speech to the proud families, friends, rabbis, teachers, administrators and board members.
Over the past month, teachers, family and friends gathered to celebrate the students as they graduated from schools across the SINAI family. Graduation is just one meaningful example of Inclusion by Design™, and illustrative of how the students are part of their partner school
Mazal tov to BPY kindergarten class of 2019 on their advancement ceremony and art gallery last week. It was an amazing celebration of the children’s tremendous accomplishments this year. True to the BPY spirit, the warmth, love and friendship were palpable. BPY would like to extend a heartfelt hakarat hatov to
Mordechai Flamenbaum of Queens, reflects on his experience learning in a Yeshiva University shiur during his junior and senior years at MTA.
MTA is known for its emphasis on talmud Torah and the opportunities the yeshiva offers its talmidim for growth in learning. Most yeshiva high school
This week Gan Yavneh released its classroom butterflies! All of the yeladim learned about the life cycle of a butterfly and observed the changes in their caterpillars. The toddlers love to say “cocoon” and “chrysalis” and enjoyed releasing them into the sky!