Sunday, March 29, 2020


RYNJ Starts the Year Off Right

With the new school year off to a great start and in light of the nature of Tishrei, RYNJ orchestrated a meaningful initiative called Machsom l’Phone. RYNJ modeled Machsom l’Phone after the widely embraced concept of Machsom l’Fi translated as “seal for the mouth.” The objective of the campaign is to

Sukkot at Ben Porat Yosef

Ben Porat Yosef students had a wonderful time celebrating Sukkot with their friends. Sixth grade students built the school sukkah, early childhood students made decorations and hung them in the sukkah and special tefilah was shared together each day. Students ate in the sukkah, enjoyed a Chol Hamoed concert and

Rain Doesn’t Dampen MTA Sukkos Simcha

On Thursday, October 1, the rain did not keep the simcha away from MTA students and rebbeim. Early in the evening, MTA Maggid Shiur and Assistant Rabbi at Congregation Beth Abraham Rabbi Tanchum Cohen hosted boys from the 12th grade, as well as alumni, for a Simchas Beis Hashoeva at his home.

Frisch Juniors Walk for The Friendship Circle

Atara Schulhof ('17) organized a contingent of Frisch juniors at the Friendship Circle walk in Teaneck.

TABC Sukkot Celebrations

Sukkot is a multifaceted chag and TABC celebrated it in a multifaceted manner. TABC’s talmidim, rebbeim, teachers, and alumni participated in a Simchat Beit Hashoeva in Congregation Keter Torah which included a barbecue seudah and several rounds of lively dancing. After Maariv, a contingent of students continued onto

College Visits at Frisch

Seniors attending one of many college visits this month at Frisch as the college admissions process kicks off.

Moriah STEM Program

Moriah third graders spend time each week in their dedicated science lab as part of the school's STEM program.

Yeshivat Noam Back-to-School Event

Yeshivat Noam Parents Association's Back to School Event with Amazing Inflatables and a Great BMX Show.

BCHSJS Students Become Scouts for a Day

Students at BCHSJS, the Bergen County High School of Jewish Studies, participated in a school-wide trip to the Alpine Scout Camp where they learned survival skills from expert, Dr. Gabe Goldman. Students were shown how to start their own fire, how to find medicinal plants in nature, how to make Shabbat candles out of

A Simcha That Unites Two Schools!

Yeshivat Frisch wishes a hearty mazel tov to our very own Rabbi David Sher, who got engaged this week to DT Shicker, a teacher at our neighbor down the road, Yeshivat Noam.

Hakhel at Yeshivat Noam

I was so overwhelmed with emotion that I didn’t realize that I was crying until I wiped a tear from my face. I have always been a proud parent, teacher and cheerleader of Yeshivat Noam, but the program that was held on Friday, Erev Sukkot, truly blew me away and reminded me of why I feel the way I do about

MTA Outdoors Club Bikes Manhattan

On Friday, September 18, the MTA Mountain Lions Outdoors Club completed a 25 mile bike tour on both sides of the Hudson River. Five students and one faculty member began in Fort Lee Historic Park, crossed the George Washington Bridge and proceeded down the Hudson River Greenway to Battery Park. They then took a ferry from