Tenafly Chabad middle school students brought smiles and simcha to preschoolers in celebration of Rosh Chodesh Adar. The fun started with dancing and a musical performance by the Heichal Band. The middle school students also dressed up as clowns and brought the Adar spirit into the preschool classrooms with song
He’Atid’s first through third graders were joined by some middle school motivators for a morning of dancing and fun to welcome in the month of Adar on Tuesday morning. The celebration continued Wednesday as the students arrived in all their Wacky Wednesday outfits to find themselves walking through the streets
Learning in kindergarten is always hands on and art is integrated into all subjects. During an ELA lesson focusing on the letter u, the students learned about the artist Michelangelo and how he painted ceilings by lying on scaffolding. With a lot of excitement, the students emulated Michelangelo and painted
Gan Henel artists created a leaf printed clay sculpture using real leaves and flowers, clay and paint. The children pressed the leaves and flower petals into the clay creating indentations. Once the clay dried, the artists used water color palettes to paint in the indentation and created beautiful Tu B’Shevat
In celebration of an extra day on the calendar, Naaleh students participated in a yom iyun about the value of time. The program began with a moving panel discussion, at which teachers shared insights surrounding a decisive moment in their lives. The students then rotated through four stations exploring the power of time from different perspectives. They joined
Yavneh Academy kindergarten students celebrated their 100th day of kindergarten with many special activities and festivities. The day started with “100 year old” Coach Lauren leading the children in 100 exercises. The children decorated and were adorned in their 100 days of school crowns, built structures from
MTA juniors had an incredible time on their two-day, action-packed junior trip, which took place on February 26-27. From golf, indoor sports and snow tubing to the Nickelodeon amusement park at the new American Dream mall, broomball, midnight BBQ, lively minyanim and inspirational shiurim, talmidim really had a
Eleventh graders from Yeshivat Frisch had an incredible time on Junior Freezefest last week! The class trip, which took place in Canada from Feb. 26 to March 1, included skating, snow tubing, dog sledding, a visit to an ice hotel and, of course, plenty of learning and bonding as a grade.
On Wednesday evening, February 26, the RYNJ gym was transformed into a festive party space and the sixth grade RYNJ talmidot, their moms, teachers and administrators joined together in the Orah Visimchah Bat Mitzvah Banquet.
It was an evening of reflection, celebration and
Moriah fourth graders recently experienced an amazing step back in time when machines were run by belts and pulleys, and music was played on phonographs at the Thomas Edison National Historic Park where America’s greatest inventor changed our world forever. A guided tour through Edison’s laboratories, workshops,
Yeshivat Noam Students celebrated Dr. Seuss’s birthday with fun activities throughout the day including making fruit kabobs in the pattern of the iconic hat from “Cat in the Hat.”
Naaleh was honored to host Israeli diplomat and politician Danny Ayalon. Ambassador Ayalon shared compelling insights with the students about the rich history of the Jewish people and our enduring connection to our homeland.