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Wednesday, April 01, 2020

Schools

Tenafly Chabad Middle School Has Tzizit Workshop

The Tenafly Chabad seventh and eighth graders welcomed Rabbi Grossbaum and his tzitzit workshop. The hands-on workshop brought to life what students have been learning in Chumash over the past few weeks. Rabbi Grossbaum taught them about the different types of tzitzit and how to tie their own strings to the corner of a

RYNJ Is All About YOUnity

Last year, RYNJ began a new tradition that continued this year. The RYNJ early childhood division and the RYNJ middle school boys join together for a program built on chesed, teamwork, leadership and exceptional role modeling.

The ECD students arrived at the gym and were

TABC Represents at AIPAC

Eighteen students represented TABC at this year’s AIPAC Policy Conference in Washington DC. In addition to a multitude of breakout sessions led by political, military and tech experts in a wide variety of aspects of Israel today, the conference featured guest appearances by leading members of Congress and of the

Torah Live Offers Free Premium User Account for Schools During Coronavirus Pandemic

(Courtesy of Torah Live) Schools across North America are temporarily closing (or preparing to close), due to the coronavirus pandemic that is seemingly affecting cities by the second. Schools are scrambling to find creative and relevant ways to keep students on track and engaged as they learn from home.

Ma’ayanot Congratulates Its Seniors

Double mazal tov to Ma’ayanot seniors: Sheindl Berger and Leora Baumgarten are National Merit Finalists! Leora Baumgarten and Miriam Fisch won third place in the Teach Coalition PSA video contest! Ma’ayanot is so proud of the Rapids’ achievements!

Chemistry in Context At The Idea School

As part of their chemistry class, The Idea School sophomores visited the Bergen County waste treatment plant. As part of their guided tour of the facility, the students gained an understanding of the chemistry behind how toxins are removed from our environment and how our water is kept safe.

MTA Talmidim Enjoy Special Shabbatonim at Rebbeim’s Homes

Shabbos, February 28-29, was an exciting one for MTA talmidim and rebbeim! Talmidim in Rabbi Cohn’s freshman shiur, Rabbi Kahn and Rabbi Stone’s freshman shiur, Rabbi Kerner’s sophomore shiur, Rabbi Mendelson’s junior shiur and Rabbi Emerson’s junior bekius shiur, all enjoyed shiur shabbatonim at the

Yeshivat Frisch Delegation Attends AIPAC Policy Conference

A delegation of 20 Frisch students attended last week’s AIPAC Policy Conference, where they met with public representatives and learned about the organization’s current efforts to promote bipartisan support for the U.S.-Israel relationship.

“It’s incredible seeing how

TABC Heads to the Big Easy to Do Big Chesed

Twelve TABC juniors and seniors, along with Rabbis Ezra Stone and Jonathan Kessel, headed down to the Big Easy on Sunday for a four-day chesed mission in NOLA. The boys left from Newark Airport for the two and a half hour flight with a focused mincha before they embarked on the journey ahead. After they landed,

Bruriah Holocaust Museum Exhibit Invites Visitors

Black and white swaths of fabric transform the hallways of Bruriah High School as they become the exhibit space for the annual Holocaust Museum. Humanscale angel wings made of black feathers loom over a display about Auschwitz’s infamous Angel of Death. A giant umbrella suspended from the ceiling compels one to remember the

RKYHS Students Participate In CIJE Female Engineers Trip to Boston

Three female RKYHS students in the STEM program traveled to Boston to participate in the CIJE (Center for Initiatives in Jewish Education) Young Women’s STEM Trip. The students had the opportunity to gain exposure to leading STEM research and facilities. As part of the trip, they toured the Harvard Paulson School of

Ma’ayanot Drama Society Presents ‘Blue Stockings’

For the eighth season in a row, Black Box Studios/PAC and the Ma’ayanot Drama Society are collaborating on a spring play that will once again prove to be one of the most unique student productions in the tri-state area. Over 35 students work together for almost half of the school year to produce the show from