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Thursday, May 23, 2019

Schools

Yeshivat Noam

Thank you to Yeshivat Noam grandparent, Stephen Flatow, for speaking to the Yeshivat Noam eighth graders to commemorate Yom Hazikaron. Flatow shared the story of the loss of his daughter, Alisa z”l, in a terrorist bus bombing in Gaza. Flatow said inspirational words about fighting for justice and about the

TABC

Yom Ha’atzmaut was a very special day in TABC. Students gathered together for one minyan, with a very spirited Hallel, led by senior Ben Antosofsky. Right before Hallel Rabbi Yablok discussed how the creation the State of Israel should open up our eyes to the miracles around us. After davening, students enjoyed

Moriah

The children in The Moriah School early childhood were so excited to celebrate Israel’s 71st birthday! On Yom Ha’atzmaut, they took a pretend flight to Israel and enjoyed a number of special Israeli attractions. They stopped by an ice cream parlor in Tel Aviv, placed their orders in Hebrew and paid with shekalim. They

Leah Sokoloff Nursery School

The infant-toddler class at the Leah Sokoloff Nursery School of Shomrei Torah in Fair Lawn enjoyed a fun-filled week celebrating Israel. They had a special Israeli-style breakfast with falafel favored Bisli, Israeli flag cheese crackers, hummus and Prigat tut banana flavored juice. They marched around the playground with Magen

Naaleh

Since its formation at the beginning of the school year, Naaleh’s Committee for Israel Awareness had been looking forward to one major highlight of the year: Yom Ha’atzmaut! The committee planned the entire day, beginning with Israeli-themed elective classes and a beautifully decorated and delicious Israeli

Yeshivat Noam

Starting with a school-wide musical Hallel, Yeshivat Noam students celebrated Israel’s 71st birthday all day long with interactive, interesting and educational programming. The early childhood students traveled to Eilat, Yerushalayim, Ein Gedi and many well-known cities to experience Israel. Elementary and

MTA

MTA celebrated Yom Ha’atzmaut with an exciting chagiga, featuring live music and dancing. Talmidim and rebbeim rejoiced together as they honored Israel’s declaration of independence. Following the celebration, everyone participated in a conversation with MTA alum Matthew Albert (‘17), who described his

Ma’ayanot

Ma’ayanot was alive with ruach inside and out on Yom Ha’atzmaut, as students and faculty learned and rejoiced together in honor of Israel’s 71st birthday. Teachers and students recited Hallel together, sang, danced and enjoyed Israeli food as they celebrated the miracle of the Jewish State. Students chose from a

Ma’ayanot

Ma’ayanot was alive with ruach inside and out on Yom Ha’atzmaut, as students and faculty learned and rejoiced together in honor of Israel’s 71st birthday. Teachers and students recited Hallel together, sang, danced and enjoyed Israeli food as they celebrated the miracle of the Jewish State. Students chose from a

Bergen County High School of Jewish Studies

This past Sunday, students and parents at the Bergen County High School of Jewish Studies celebrated Yom Ha’atzmaut with a program on Israeli Air Force Innovation. Amos Nachum, Israeli Air Force veteran and current advanced systems analyst for the government of Israel, shared his insight into the innovations that drive the Israel

Yeshivat He’Atid

It was yet another amazing, fun and educational Yom Ha’atzmaut at Yeshivat He’Atid. For elementary and middle school students, the morning began with a communal Hallel, followed by blue and white ice cream, and moved into an educational program. Students rotated through classrooms, each room dedicated to

Gan Yaldenu Tots of Bergenfield

The children at Gan Yaldenu Tots had an amazing Yom Ha’atzmaut. They started off their day with a pretend trip to Israel where they got their “passport” stamped and then went to visit the “Kotel” and danced. The children then had a parade where they marched and danced around with flags and instruments. They