As states of emergency shut down roads across New York and New Jersey, and over 7,000 flights were grounded and tens of thousands were told to stay home from school and work, and although #Blizzard2015 didn’t quite live up to media hype, it was enough to keep Yeshivat Noam students home from school on Jan 28.
The Jewish Youth Encounter Program (JYEP) will honor 23 Yeshiva High School seniors at its Annual Breakfast on Sunday, February 8th, at 9:30 a.m., at Rinat Yisrael in Teaneck. These high school students have devoted their Sunday mornings to reaching out to unaffiliated youth as JYEP Big Brothers and Big Sisters.
At the Challa Bake at Valley Chabad, parents, children, and friends were all welcome to this fun challah baking class!
At the Youth Zone at Valley Chabad, kids come to learn about keeping kosher and make their very own sushi! What a fun way to get kids involved with hands-on
Livingston—A freak hunting accident in 2010 left Dan Webb instantly paralyzed from the waist down. The life of the Warminster, PA resident was forever changed as the result of that 12 foot fall. His entire focus shifted from work, family, and athletics to how he would cross a room unassisted. How would he care
What is the equivalent to a SAT prep course for mid-term exams? At MTA, it is called Study Night. In what has become an MTA tradition, students and teachers stayed in school for three hours on the final night of classes, January 7th, in preparation for the upcoming mid-terms. About 150 students stayed to study and
Yeshivas Beis Hillel (YBH) of Passaic 7th Graders, coached by Mrs. Rochie Sommer and Rabbi Heshy Wieder, recently competed against over a dozen yeshivas and won first place in the Virtual Mathematics Competition—part of a program requiring students to work together to solve complex problems in geometry, logic, and
When you think of robotics, do you picture Rosie from the Jetsons? Does the phrase “Danger, Will Robinson!” pop into your head? Do you think of a small vacuum cleaner zipping around you home? What actually is robotics?
Yavneh Academy was recently privileged to host a full
This past week, RYNJ held its annual 4th and 5th grade spelling bee. The room was filled with almost 250 students clamoring to find out who would win this year. The bee was live streamed to parents on the school’s website so that any parent could watch the bee live as it occurred. In the end, Avishai Jutkowitz, 4th grader, and
Miami Beach—With an impressive finish time of just over two hours, RTMA 11th grader Yehudah Weitz did the Jewish Educational Center proud when he completed the annual ING Miami Marathon.
Weitz ran with Team Lifeline, the official Chai Lifeline group that has participated for 10