As the coronavirus pandemic continues and schools transition to a more sustained approach to distance learning, MTA introduced [email protected] The program reflects the yeshiva’s goal of joining talmidim at home to learn, rather than feeling the distance of remote learning. “Our rebbeim
All Heichal shiurim and classes have run from the first day the school closed without missing a single day and Heichal has been offering a full day of yeshiva adapted to the new realities of being homebound.
In addition, the student life department rolled out a robust and exciting portfolio of
Despite missing their school and their friends, nothing can stop Anshei Lubavitch students from learning! Students and alumni of all ages participated in an outdoor springtime scavenger hunt! The children have also been working together with their parents and teachers to complete their unique Haggadahs in time for
Gan Henel pre-k stays connected during our daily Ma’agal. They sing tefillah songs, give tzedaka, read mitzvah notes, read the morning message and exercise with morning moves. They reviewed the letter “E,e” and each child hunted something from their house to find and show on zoom! The silver lining to all this is
Renowned cookbook author and chef Susie Fishbein brought JKHA students into her kitchen to join her for a cooking class. Parents and children came together to cook “breakfast for dinner” as they made Dutch baby pancakes and breakfast burritos. The class gave children an opportunity to participate in a
It has been more than a week since the dramatic shift in life as we know it, and yet so much has transpired in this short time. RYNJ initiated a platform for distance learning, expanded it with live Zoom classes, developed concrete daily schedules to help set structure for students’ days, and exchanged ideas for
Every day JKHA lower school administration post a #HiFromHome challenge video for early childhood and lower school to accomplish. Parents submit photos of their children accomplishing each challenge. A video featuring all the submissions from that challenge is released the next day. Challenges so far have included
Bruriah High School students have completed an entire week of distance learning. The teachers have been deeply invested in educating and inspiring the students given the circumstances. The Bruriah programming team is hard at work offering virtual Mincha together, a Zoom tish (“Zisch”), virtual shiurim and online
While the children may not be in school physically, the older classes have joined in on Zoom to see all their friends and to learn about Pesach. While the children are home learning they are busy making their Pesach projects with their parents.
Keeping a sense of normalcy and routine has been a constant for all divisions at RKYHS. RKYHS starts each day by texting a link to a video version of their morning announcements texted out to students along with a lineup of upcoming programming. The school has continued with programming in a remote format
On Sunday, March 22, a group of freshmen in Mrs. Goldenberg’s biology class conducted Zoom interviews with Rabbi Jachter about CRISPR (embryonic gene editing) technology and Halacha. Rabbi Jachter, who has written four books and hundreds of articles about contemporary halachic issues, went through a variety of issues with the