The annual 6th grade science fair was held at Yavneh Academy, with students choosing “as seen on TV” products and creating hypotheses based on the advertisements. They researched the history of the product, chemical reactions that take place by using the product and/or engineering of the product. The 6th
This week in MTA a new, cutting-edge piece of technology was unveiled: A 3D printer, named the EKOCYCLE, was set up and utilized by members of the Scientific Engineering team. Everyone in the room gazed in awe as a functional object was extruded before their eyes. To print, the user must craft the object on a computer in “CAD,”
The Outdoors Club went on a winter leadership training hike to practice winter hiking skills, learn about land stewardship and discuss plans for the spring. Club members learned the important “leave no trace” principles of low impact hiking and camping and they practiced using mini crampons on their boots to hike on snow
Livingston—The JKHA atrium was transformed into an exciting world of books last week as the Scholastic Book Fair paid the school its annual visit. The theme for this year’s Fair was “Under the Sea.” The space was turned into an underwater book store complete with fish and accents of blue.
A team of 16 Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School students recently visited Israel to participate in the Jerusalem 10K and Half Marathon. The team ran for Shalva, the Association for Mentally and Physically Challenged Children in Israel.
The team surpassed its fundraising goal, and
Students throughout the Jewish Educational Center’s middle, junior and high schools took part in the historic address to Congress by Israeli Prime Minsiter Benyamin Netanyahu. In RTMA, Principal Rabbi Peretz Hochbaum spoke about the context of the speech, both politically and how it relates to the timing of Ta’anit Esther, and how we
Bruriah’s annual Mother-Daughter production opened to a packed house last week after many long weeks of practice and preparation. This year’s play was World of Our Fathers and with a goal of always involving the majority of students, every student had a unique opportunity to shine. Whether
It is an exciting time of year in the art room with Mr. H. With winter slowly coming to an end, the early childhood classes will be springing into a new season, creating “Crazy Caterpillars” while learning about pattern and texture.
First grade will be completing their last winter
It has been an exciting musical year at the Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey as many enthusiastic and talented students have been singing and performing their way through the school year.
On March 12th, under the leadership of their music teacher, Mrs. Zitter a.k.a Morah Hadassa, RYNJ
Elizabeth—The Jewish Educational Center’s Bruriah Junior High School 7th and 8th graders had the opportunity to give back to the community by participating in an after-school “reach out” program in which they packaged cartons of food at Jewish Family Services of Union County for home-bound people.