The fall semester at the Bergen County High School of Jewish Studies (BCHSJS) began on Sunday, September 15.
Students were all smiles and happy to see each other after the long summer break. The first day ended with students enjoying soft serve ice cream.
RKYHS students had the opportunity to commemorate the 18th anniversary of 9/11 by hearing from former FDNY Fire Commissioner Salvatore J. Cassano. A 44 year veteran of the FDNY, Commissioner Cassano detailed his experience on the morning of 9/11 and in the hours, days and months that followed.
In commemoration of September 11, Tenafly Chabad Academy fifth through eighth graders welcomed Jamie Lassner, a member of Manhattan Hatzalah and 9/11 first responder. Lassner captivated the students by recounting his experience at Ground Zero and his subsequent journey coping with the emotional and physical trauma
This past Monday, Cheder Yaldei Menachem kicked off the first day of school with parents, children and teachers.
After the orientation, parents and teachers each received their guides and the children received a chocolate bar from Shterney Kanelsky for the start of a sweet new year followed by a
The pre-k class started learning their ABCs. For the letter A and to start getting ready for Rosh Hashanah they went on a special trip to go apple picking. The children had a lot of fun riding on the bus with their friends and spending time outside of school together. Each child was able to pick their own apples
Yavneh Academy had a fantastic school-wide program called NED’s Mindset Mission. The performance introduces a cartoon character named NED who helps students discover how to activate their growth mindset to overcome social, emotional and academic challenges.
Ma’ayanot encourages and facilitates student participation in summer science and engineering programs. In 2019, Ma’ayanot students coded at major corporations, studied neural pathways, programmed robots and experimented with engineering at renowned universities. “Ma’ayanot helped me see that women can take
TABC is pleased to announce the inauguration of its Culinary Arts program and workspace.
During the first week of school, Rabbi Jachter visited with students in the class to discuss the rationale of tevilat keilim, bringing all metal and glass utensils and equipment to the
It was a wonderful second week at Gan Yavneh Nursery. The yeladim made an “All About Me” book, played soccer and enjoyed outdoor play! The pre-k class began their Handwriting Without Tears program by meeting Mat Man! The children are looking forward to a wonderful year at Gan Yavneh.
BAM! This is the message JEC plans to instill in its students and the larger JEC family throughout the year. “BAM” stands for “Be A Mentch.” The program was inaugurated as part of the 9/11 assembly, which focused on the importance of helping others and doing the right thing. All students in the Lower