How does an author get ideas for books? Do research? Find pictures to illustrate the words? How does it feel to be a famous author? Ben Porat Yosef’s 1st, 2nd, and 3rd graders asked all of these questions, and more, of acclaimed children’s author, Meish Goldish, who has written over 400 books for children.
The dedication of the Moriah School’s Rabbi J. Shelley Applbaum Library and Technology Center Saturday night, January 10, at the Moriah Leadership and Alumni Reunion, will recognize how much education today integrates books and keystrokes.
“Libraries are no longer only about hard
Last week, 17 MTA sophomores boarded a plan to Tel Aviv for their school’s annual student exchange program with Yeshivat Makor Chaim in Israel. Each year students from MTA spend about six weeks at the prestigious Yeshiva Makor Chaim, located in Kfar Etzion and founded by the legendary Rav Adin Steinsaltz. As soon as they landed
Yeshivat Noam’s 3rd Grade, Daled section, is a national winner in the “Read to Succeed” Program of Achieve 3000! Based on high test scores, Achieve 3000 named 3D a winning class and sent a box full of prizes for the students to enjoy!
According to student, Hudi Shatzkes,
Elizabeth, NJ–Asarah b’Tevet, the 10th day of the Hebrew month of Tevet, this year fell on January 1. While schools were closed that day, the Jewish Educational Center’s Bruriah High School commemorated it one day prior by hosting 16 local Holocaust survivors for lunch, conversation and an innovative and thoughtful
This past Tuesday was a very exhilarating day for the middle school students at RYNJ. The annual spelling bee went virtual. This year, for the first time, the spelling bee was streamed live in all of the middle school classrooms and on the RYNJ school website. Parents and grandparents were able to enjoy and
On Tuesday, December 30th, the Ma’ayanot Musical Club put on two performances of the production Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. The production was directed by Ma’ayanot Math teacher Mrs. Joyce Heller, with musical direction by Mrs. Beth Selter, and included