TABC is proud that over 96% of its most recent graduating class has chosen to spend a year or more learning in Israel. As he has for many years, Arthur Poleyeff, or “Mr. P.” as he is affectionately known, tries to see off as many groups of students departing for yeshiva as he can. Pictured here are students
At Yavneh Academy’s first erev Shabbat assembly of the year, the year’s theme was announced; Ayin Tova—20/20 Vision, seeing the good in everything, everyone, as well as in ourselves. Students from grades two through eight joined together to celebrate the weekly oneg Shabbat The students and faculty sang
Naaleh freshmen started the week off right with a full day trip to Manhattan! From Chelsea Piers to Central Park, the girls enjoyed team building activities and meaningful opportunities to connect with their peers and teachers.
RYNJ hosted a great “Meet and Greet Sweet Treat” get together for the adorable new RYNJ students. Rabbi Price, RYNJ head of school, welcomed the new students and introduced them to all of the school administrators that are here to help them. Dr. Goldman, RYNJ director of guidance, read a book about making new
Freshmen capped off an amazing first week at MTA with a grade-wide dodgeball game! Talmidim had the opportunity to make new friends, bond with their entire grade and have a great time with their rebbeim before participating in their first mishmar at MTA.
Welcome to all Moriah’s new families! As a kick-off to their first year at Moriah, all new families and their “buddy families” celebrated this past Sunday at the annual Buddy Brunch. Moriah is very excited for all of the new families to begin their journey at Moriah!