The Sport Management Mentoring Program was implemented to expose local high school students, ages 15-18, to various careers associated with professional sports. On a monthly basis, the New York Yankees work in conjunction with various schools/organizations that identify approximately 25 students to attend an interactive
The 1st grade girls at RYNJ recently completed their Aviva K’tiva workbook and learned how to write the aleph bet in script. They celebrated with a mesiba and each child brought in a snack starting with an assigned Hebrew letter or sound.
Morah Adina, as she is affectionately called, entered the Atid Day School Innovation Challenge hoping to spread the word about her creative approach to the music curriculum at Yeshivat Noam. The Challenge was open to all K-12 Jewish Day School teachers in the NYC Metropolitan area and offered a $1000 prize to
Students in the 6th, 7th, and 8th grades at Ben Porat Yosef had a moving experience attending the International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust at the United Nations on January 28th. The students learned from presentations by United Nations-Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon; President of
Yeshivat Noam students learned about the science of rock salt and how it is used on our streets to lower the freezing temperature of the ice thus causing it to melt. The students then implemented this concept to make their very own instant orange creamsicle slushies with orange juice, rock salt, and ice! A
Livingston—Public school is sometimes a viable option for Orthodox children, and at Congregation Etz Chaim there are a number of public school families who are active synagogue members. In 2012, some parents voiced concern regarding their children’s lack of Jewish education while at Livingston High School. Of these