Teachers and administrators spent the whole summer preparing for our students to join in a year of learning and exploration, and were thrilled to welcome them to their classrooms and begin the process of getting to know each child and guiding them through the multi-layered lessons they have planned.
Rabbi Dovid Goldwasser visited the JEC’s Bruriah High School in the days leading up to Rosh Hashanah to deliver a message of inspiration and awakening in advance of the High Holidays.
Often recognized as the familiar, soothing voice heard daily on morning radio 91.1 FM WFMU and 620 AM WSNR,
Dotan Rand ‘15, one of several recent Frisch alumni serving in Israel as lone soldiers, receives a care package of honey cake and cookies from her host family on Kibbutz Lavi, located in Northern Israel, for a sweet new year. Dotan will be drafted in mid-November with a group of 17 other lone soldiers. “Although there are many
Elul and the Yomim Noraim are a time for introspection, with one of the goals being considering how we can all do more for the community in the coming year. Nineteen of TABC’s talmidim already started to do their part on erev Rosh Hashanah, as they put up sukkot for the elderly and handicapped community. Their
If you wandered into The Smedra Family 21st-Century Learning Space unaware of its background, you might think you encountered a professional laboratory or, at the very least, a high-tech college classroom. A modern work space equipped with the latest tools to design professional-quality videos, apps, music and publications, the Smedra
For our summer reading book, the fifth graders read the novel “Toliver’s Secret.” The climax of the story was when the main character smuggled a secret message across enemy lines during the Revolutionary War. On Friday, the fifth graders baked challahs with secret New Year messages inside
JEC’s Yeshiva of Elizabeth’s PTA rep Ilana Adams of Hillside presents Shana Tova apple and honey package to popular Yeshiva of Elizabeth early childhood teacher Sarah Cohen.
The PTA, under the leadership once again of Tara Speyer, also of Hillside, distributed packages to the entire YOE
As he does every year, TABC principal Arthur Poleyeff traveled to the airport these last few weeks to see off each of his talmidim as they departed to learn in Israel for the year. May they have much hatzlacha and continue to grow as bnei Torah.We look forward to maintaining a kesher with each