Yavneh Academy’s Early Childhood students were privileged to visit Yavneh Academy’s first 7th-grade Human Body Expo. The students’ projects were made from recyclable material. Each project contained an interactive component that showed two body systems chosen by the students and how they interact. The seventh graders had some great
Ben Porat Yosef eighth-grade student Odelia Fried won 1st place in the Middle School Art Siegelbaum Literary & Visual Arts Competition for her creative writing piece, “Striped Skin and a Yellow Star Birthmark.” The competition was sponsored by the Holocaust Museum & Study Center located in Suffern, NY. Middle school students
On May 20, Lital Glickman, a fifth grader at Ben Porat Yosef, received an award from Paramus Mayor Richard LaBarbiera for her poetry submission to the annual poetry competition held by the Paramus library. Nine Paramus schools submitted entries and Lital won third place in the Fifth Grade category for her poem, entitled
The eighth-grade boys of Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey were very busy during the past several weeks: studying for finals, traveling on their graduation trip, attending their senior breakfast, enjoying their yearbooks, and practicing their graduation cantata. In spite of this whirlwind of activity, they managed to devote a great deal of
One of the groups that presented engineering projects at Frisch’s first annual Science Research and Engineering Symposium included Adam Blake 10th graders of West Orange, Gabi Weiss of Englewood, and Cassandra Scarpa of Spring Valley. Their project, overseen by engineering teacher and electrical engineer Rifkie Silverman, was a digital supportive boot
On May 28th, the students of Yeshiva University High School for Boys filed into Lamport Auditorium to watch a special movie awards ceremony. Although MTA has hosted a number of film competitions over the last several years, this one was special. Doug Hemmig, a representative of CSPAN—the public broadcasting company—was there to
Elizabeth—Bruriah 11th graders set out to raise $1200 for the Israeli organization EFRAT CRIB. The money is used to subsidize one mother who could not otherwise afford to keep her baby. The students surpassed their goal and doubled it by raising $2400.
The fundraiser was initiated by veteran Bruriah teacher Mr. Joel Glazer in
Elizabeth—Coming from behind in an exciting and close competition, the Bruriah team beat SKA, Flatbush, and Ramaz in the final round and finished first of all the regions.
Moving on from the Western Division championship back in April, the final match on May 21 was against the three other teams who were the head of their
The MTA Torah Bowl team has a rich legacy of championship victories. In both 2011 and 2012, the team took the title, and after losing by a hair in 2013, the MTA Lions were eager to reclaim their place at the top of the
YU Torah-Umadda Book Award Goes to Fine and Book
Over the past few years TABC has had the privilege of presenting a book award from Brandeis University. This year the school had the privilege of adding a second university’s book award for our juniors.
The Brandeis University Book Award is presented each year to an academically outstanding junior who demonstrates a commitment to civic engagement,