The children in Tenafly Chabad Academy, all grades, gathered in the beit knesset to say Tehillim for the safety and well being of all our brothers and sisters in Eretz Yisrael.
Yavneh Academy students learned about the important mitzvah of hachnasat orchim, inviting guests, in last week’s Parshat Vayera. The yeladim enthusiastically shared stories of how their families fulfill this mitzvah on Shabbat each week in their own homes. A classroom ohel was created and friends were invited
Students in KC Kids at He’Atid welcomed the fall season by learning all about leaves. They compared and contrasted the shapes, sizes and textures of leaves! They named different kinds of trees and finished off with a colorful leaf rubbing as well. Students love to explore, learn and work together!
Parashat Vayera afforded the opportunity for the students of RYNJ to learn about the midot of our forefathers and to emulate them in a very special way. This past Friday RYNJ had its annual Tent Event. A huge tent was erected in the main concourse that was reminiscent of Avraham and Sarah’s tent, open on all
This past Sunday was family fun day at Gan Yaldenu tots. The school welcomed all the families in the school for a day of fun. There were a variety of activities throughout the day. There was a face paint section, arts and crafts, Hebrew music and dancing, interactive puppet show and family pictures from Abbie Sophia
Preschool parents at Lubavitch on the Palisades were invited to participate in the Mystery Reader program. At a time secretly coordinated with their child’s teacher, parents schedule a time to join their children’s class for story time. Children are so excited to find out who the surprise reader will be and are especially
TABC’s delegation won first place in the annual JUMP competition, NCSY’s National Leadership Program that trains and empowers high school students from all over the United States to become leaders. Teams from 14 different schools were challenged to identify a problem facing Jewish teens and propose and implement an initiative
The Idea School welcomed a record crowd of prospective students and guests to its Open House on Wednesday November 6. Guests represented over 20 schools across the tri-state area. In addition to hearing about The Idea School’s innovative model, guests experienced a PBL lesson first-hand in humanities, engineering and
Under the leadership of the Yeshivat Noam Parents Association (YNPA), parents had an awesome night mingling, eating and of course hatchet throwing, at Bury the Hatchet on Motzei Shabbat. Thank you to event co-chairs Shira Moer and Pamela Joseph, and committee members, for organizing a fantastic Parents Night
Energetic music and colorful lighting set the tone of excitement for Ma’ayanot’s STEAM Talks on Monday, November 11. Organized by Sara Resnick of the Ma’ayanot science and STEAM departments, the talks were an opportunity for students to meet Orthodox women in STEAM careers. Leora Platt Mishan, creative