Tuesday, January 21, 2020


Ma’ayanot Alumnae Attend Hadran Siyum HaShas in Yerushalayim

Ma’ayanot alumnae celebrated at the Hadran Siyum HaShas for women in Binyanei Hauma in Yerushalayim. Rabbanit Malka Bina, founder of Matan, specifically mentioned the Ma’ayanot Siyum HaMasechtot during her speech in front of over 3,000 participants. Mazal tov to all!

Students Give Shout Outs at Tenafly Chabad Academy

As part of the Kislev is for Kindness initiative, students who are caught doing random acts of kindness receive Shout Out cards and are publicly recognized for their midot tovot.

Yeshivat He’Atid Holds Chanukah Contests

To get students into the Chanukah spirit, He’Atid challenged them to create an original piece of art and/or an original chanukiah. The entries were displayed for all to see in the school’s front entrance. The school is so proud of the creativity that students have shown throughout the contest. Some of the

Heichal HaTorah Participates in Siyum HaShas With 120 Talmidim

On January 1, Heichal HaTorah participated in the Siyum HaShas with a group of 120 talmidim. This monumental event, a highlight of Heichal HaTorah history, inspired students and rebbeim alike to improve their commitment to limud Torah. However, Daf Yomi is a difficult commitment for the average talmid in yeshiva, who is

LPS Has Winter Fun

Lubavitch on the Palisades students began their winter unit by making snowmen, decorating snowflakes with shaving cream and paint, playing counting games with cotton balls and sewing mittens. They especially loved bundling up and creating a ‘blizzard’ by shaking up white peanuts with a parachute.

Academies @ GBDS Welcomes Chabad Of Passaic County’s ‘Smile on Seniors’

As part of spreading the light to others, the middle school students of Academies @ GBDS welcomed Smile on Seniors group from Chabad of Passaic County during Chanukah. The morning was filled with STEM activities and competitive educational games. The connection between the students and seniors was instantaneous

TABC Alumni Return for Annual Jewish Life on Campus Program

This past Monday night, TABC and Ma’ayanot hosted their annual Jewish Life on Campus program. The evening featured 23 college students from schools including Brandeis, City College, Columbia, Cooper Union, CUNY Queens, Johns Hopkins, NYU, Princeton, Rutgers, SUNY Binghamton, UMass Amherst, University of Chicago, University of

Yeshivat Noam Initiates Lively New Sefardic Minyan

One of the prominent underlying themes in Sefer Bereshit is the pursuit of achdut and love among brothers, which we read about during the latter half of the sefer. Yosef and his brothers undergo an extended, challenging saga, about which Chazal note, could have at least partially been prevented through effective

Gan Henel Shares Chanukah Cheer

The pre-k class at Gan Henel shaped, baked and decorated Chanukah cookies and cards for the residents of Brightview Senior Living. They sang Chanukah songs and mingled with the residents, bringing Chanukah cheer to all.


Yavneh Students Prepare for Siyum HaShas With Inter-Grade Learning and School-Wide Siyum

While the Siyum HaShas and Daf Yomi seem to have been on everyone’s minds over the past few days and weeks, for most elementary school students, these are concepts that are not yet a part of their lives in any meaningful way. At Yavneh Academy, we spent the day before the siyum and the weeks leading up to it

Kol Chaverim Wishes Everyone Chodesh Tov

Every month, the yeladim in Kol Chaverim Preschool gather to celebrate Rosh Chodesh. They sing and wave their hands during “If it’s Rosh Chodesh and you know it.” They stand up and clap when singing “Hallelu.” They say thank you, Hashem, for giving us a new Hebrew month.

Tenafly Chabad Academy Enjoys Food, Friends and Fun

The best kept secret of Bergen County is out!

While everyone was recovering from all the Chanukah parties, Tenafly Chabad Academy was getting started all over again, and it was the place to be this past Motzei Shabbat in Bergen County at Game Night! Parents and children of the