Students in 6th and 7th grade throughout Bergen County are encouraged to join this fun and fabulous council, where they get to plan Saturday night events for their friends and fellow students. Past events have included ice-skating parties, snow tubing trips, cupcake wars, community service programs, and more.
“We are eager to
The Preschool at Chabad of Fort Lee had a very special visitor last week, beekeeper Rabbi Danny Senter. Rabbi Dan told the students about bees, how they collect pollen and nectar, and how they make honey.
By Rachelle Zomick
Last Thursday the talmidim in Rabbi Schenker’s shiur kicked off a new and ground-breaking program in which the talmidim in Rabbi Yehuda Willig’s BMP shiur in Yeshiva University became their “big brothers.” For the inaugural event, the younger class met the college students in the Morganstern Dorm Beis Medrash where
Last week, Ben Porat Yosef students from grades Pre-K through fifth grade got busy buzzing to various workshops to learn all about bees as part of the school’s Discovery Learning Day program. Discovery Learning is an innovative, interdisciplinary STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) program created by BPY’s math and science
Afikim graduates Shmuel and Batel Asmara took Bergen County by storm and brought a whole new perspective to the recent Torah portion Ki Tavo with stories of their arrival from Ethiopia to modern-day Israel and their complete but rocky absorption into Israeli society.
The Asmara siblings fascinated the students of Yeshivat Noam and the congregants of
On September 17th, Ben Porat Yosef Junior High School and fifth grade students had an enlightening visit with a delegation of 22 Israeli hazbara (diplomacy/advocacy) students from the Israeli non-profit organization, “Generations of Israel,” founded and directed by Avraham Kook. The main goals of “Generations of Israel” are to
Yeshivat He’Atid was buZZZing with excitement as it welcomed Cliff Sunflower and his “Dancing With the Honeybees” program last week. The students learned all about the life cycle of bees, the process of pollination, and how honey is made. They saw live bees working in their hive, explored honeycombs, made beeswax candles, and
Yeshivat Noam commemorated the 13th anniversary of 9/11 with two very meaningful programs. In the morning, 5th through 8th graders gathered in the Middle School gym to learn about the events of that fateful day. Additionally, they were honored to hear from David Gluck, brother-in-law of 8th grade science teacher Mrs. Barbara Seghal. Mr. Gluck, who worked on
Paramus–“The new 8th grade wing may look amazing, but that is not why it was built. Like the Beit Hamikdash it was built for what goes on inside,” said 8th grade student council president Jonno Rosen of Teaneck. While the new middle-school wing is the first expansion in 25 years, it is only the first in a series of phased