This week Yeshivat He’Atid had a special visit from The Model Matzah Bakery!
Our students got to make their very own matzahs. First, they learned about the two ingredients used to create the matzah; flour and water. Next, our students worked quickly because once the
Ma’ayanot hosted its third annual Book Day, an event where all Ma’ayanot students and faculty read the same book and then participate in a day of interdisciplinary programming aimed at exploring issues and topics related to that book. This year’s book, In the Time of the Butterflies by Julia Alvarez, is a
At the Preschool at Chabad of Fort Lee, toddlers learn about their world through repeated exposure and interaction with a variety of readily accessible materials. Through gross motor creative experiences, the children gain body awareness and improve their balance and coordination. They also get
Moriah’s Gan Tziporim was so excited to welcome a real doctor to its class recently. Donning her white lab coat and stethoscope, Anna Yahalom’s mom, a family physician, had so much helpful information in her doctor’s bag. She told us about all there was to expect at a doctor’s visit. She showed us how her
Monday, March 16th brought mock Israeli elections to Ma’ayanot, one day ahead of the actual elections in Israel.
In advance of the mock election, Ms. Sarah Gordon, Director of Student Activities, and members of Ma’ayanot’s Yamin Committee, Miriam Blum ‘15, Davida Respler ‘16
Yavneh Academy’s 3rd grade students were treated to a special program called “Wonders of the Rain Forest” as a kick off to their Rain Forest unit of study. The children delighted in getting up close to some amazing animals like Darby the Macaw who actually spoke to them! Several brave
Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey has awarded 55 middle school students with the Keter Shem Tov Award. To qualify for the Keter Shem Tov award, a student is nominated by his rebbi and endorsed by all of his general studies teachers. The award is given for outstanding behavior, derech eretz, exemplary middot, excellence in davening,
Eight guitarists, age 9-16, selected by audition from throughout the tri-state area, had the great opportunity to learn from renowned classical guitarist, Nicholas Goluses, head of the guitar program at the Eastman School of Music, in a master class at the JCC Thurnauer School of Music. “It was an inspiring event, giving