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Thursday, October 17, 2019

Schools

Soles for Souls

“Remove your shoes from your feet” were the words that God told Moshe when Moshe approached the burning bush. Thus began the story of the Exodus. At Yavneh Academy, we implemented that command of Hashem by removing our shoes...and donating them to the underprivileged. Fifty boxes of gently worn shoes were sent from Yavneh Academy last week to Soles4Souls,

Frisch Food Drive

At a time when supplies at food pantries are running low, four students from the The Frisch School in Paramus, New Jersey, decided to take action. Juniors Leora Steinhart and Tsipora Stone joined freshmen Annie Feiler and Ayala Stone in organizing a food collection drive benefiting Helping Hands Food Pantry. The food pantry, located in Teaneck, N.J., was

Grandparents Day at Yeshivat Noam

Smiling eager faces were anxious to greet over 300 guests at the doors of the lower school of Yeshivat Noam on March 28th as the first annual Grandparents and Special Friends Day was celebrated at the school. Visitors were helped with their coats and directed to register where they could be given a schedule of what their morning would entail.

Frisch Africa Encounter

ParamusThe 10th grade at the Frisch School recently taught their parents a little about the complexities of life today in Africa. Through a project-based learning experience across several disciplines, the 130 students have engaged, since November, in the Frisch Africa Encounter, a program designed by Tikvah Wiener, Frisch’s

Moriah: Education in a New BOLD Style

EnglewoodThe Moriah School recently honored its teachers at a BOLD appreciation night held at Mocha Bleu with representatives from the BOLD Day School Project: Rachel Abrahams of the Avi Chai Foundation and Jeff Kiderman of AJE. BOLD Day Schools is a cooperative project of the AJE Project, the AVI CHAI Foundation and the Kohelet Foundation.

Moriah: Education in a New BOLD Style

EnglewoodThe Moriah School recently honored its teachers at a BOLD appreciation night held at Mocha Bleu with representatives from the BOLD Day School Project: Rachel Abrahams of the Avi Chai Foundation and Jeff Kiderman of AJE. BOLD Day Schools is a cooperative project of the AJE Project, the AVI CHAI Foundation and the Kohelet Foundation.

Students Prepare for Pesach at Gan Rina Nursery in Teaneck

The first is a picture of the children practicing the Ma Nishtana. The second is the children enjoying a special musical retelling of the Pesach story.

Moriah: Education in a New BOLD Style

EnglewoodThe Moriah School recently honored its teachers at a BOLD appreciation night held at Mocha Bleu with representatives from the BOLD Day School Project: Rachel Abrahams of the Avi Chai Foundation and Jeff Kiderman of AJE. BOLD Day Schools is a cooperative project of the AJE Project, the AVI CHAI Foundation and the Kohelet Foundation.

Leah Sokoloff Nursery School in Fair Lawn Preps for Pesach

Book Day 2014 at TABC

Teaneck—“Team-building with Tani,” “Navigating the South Pacific on a Scotch Tape Budget,” “Psychology at the End of the World,” “Halakhic Parameters of Self-Preservation,” “Drive to Survive: When a Movie’s Hero Fights for his Life,” “Man vs. Nature in the Literary Imagination”—what kind of a school day could

Little Winemakers at BPY

Ben Porat Yosef Kindergarten students learned experientially about how grapes must be squashed in order to make grape juice for the four cups they will drink at the family Seder on Pesach. Shown here, a group of children removed their shoes and socks and did their best “squishing.”

David Bousbib, Crunch Worthy @ LPS

Congratulations to David Bousbib, 3rd grader at Lubavitch on the Palisades School in Tenafly, NJ for participating in a creative writing contest sponsored by New Jersey CRUNCH bunch. As part of Celebrate NJ, CRUNCH bunch encourages healthy living and choices. Students all across New Jersey participated in this contest. David submitted an original poem called