How does a bus driver know when the students are buckled in?
Karen Ness, a Yeshivat Noam 3rd grader solved that problem by creating the Seatbelt Button. Karen’s creativity won her 1st place in the SITE (Student Inventions Through Education) competition against the champions from each school in Bergen County. Her invention is a screen that has
Torah Academy of Bergen County students Isaac Altman won second place and Yosef Greenfield won third place in the Siegelbaum Literacy and Visual Arts Competition sponsored by the Holocaust Resource and Study Center of Rockland County. Both Isaac and Yosef are students in Mrs. Reichardt’s Senior Holocaust Studies class. They are both Teaneck
This year, all Yavneh Academy Middle School students read the book Wonder by R.J. Palacio. Wonder is about a boy named Auggie who is excluded and teased because of a physical deformity. But the book is truly about the courage of those students who stood by Auggie’s side and supported him. The book represents the motto “Choose
New York—The Beis Medrash L’Talmud- Lander College for Men (LCM) held its inaugural Model Beis Din competition for high school students in the tri-state area. The cutting-edge tournament invited teams to the Kew Gardens Hills campus to match wits with regard to the Jewish legal ramifications of a complex halachic quandary. The teams representing the
Last week, my daughter along with nearly 100 other RYNJ kindergarten students, received her very first siddur. As anyone who has attended a Chagigat siddur can attest, the event is an exciting celebration for our children as they are now taking an independent step in Jewish tradition. The party is a culmination of weeks of preparation, and it marks the
New York—SpaceIL, a nonprofit organization aiming to land the first Israeli spacecraft on the moon and a leading contestant in the prestigious Google Lunar X Prize (GLXP) competition, made its New Jersey debut at the Frisch School in Paramus on Thursday. They presented their mission and overall objectives as part of several
Englewood—The Chumash that Oscar Fingerhut bought and studied from in pre-war Poland sustained him through a move to Berlin, during the growing awareness of Nazi atrocities against the Jews, and on an ocean voyage to a new life in America. Now the Chumash is in the hands of his great grandson, Evan Haimm of Englewood, a sixth grade student at the Moriah
New Brunswick/Piscataway—On May 6, Rutgers students were recognized for their academic achievements in Jewish Studies. Grants were also given both to undergraduate and graduate students for study in Israel, and for a special research project. In addition, the event celebrated the graduating seniors in the department this year, as well as the graduation of
Sophie Knapp, a kindergartner at RYNJ, will be performing in the extended Off-Broadway run of A Little Princess, a new musical straight from London. Performances will be held June 4-15 at The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre at The Pershing Square Signature Center, located at 480 West 42nd Street, New York City.
Based on the beloved novel by Frances
Yavneh Academy students celebrated Lag B’Omer in school while learning an important lesson in chesed. Lag B’Omer is traditionally a festive day on which children engage in outdoor activities or sports. But it is also a day when we celebrate the importance of “Love your neighbor as yourself.” On this day, we commemorate the importance of