Yeshivat Noam 8th graders attended sensitivity training, volunteered with Friendship Circle, and had an orientation to prepare them for an amazing Shabbos and melava malka with 80 Yachad members and their advisors. The meals, activities and chagigah with dancing were meaningful and celebratory for everyone who
The Daily Prophet reports that Harry Potter attends Yeshivat He’Atid! He was joined by Annie, Madeline, Fancy Nancy, Flat Stanley, Frank Hardy and so many more favorite characters. Halls were filled with colorful costumes and wonderful stories as everyone celebrated Adar with “Literary Character Dress-Up
West Orange—On February 18, Golda Och Academy’s 4th and 5th grade students put their love of engineering into practice during the lower school campus’ first STEM club meeting. The club, which has been made possible through a generous grant from the school’s Faculty Excellence and Innovation Fund as part of the Building on
The Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy Middle School math department has decided to put an end to students saying “I don’t know” in the classroom. Why? Because students do know! Instead of saying, “I don’t know,” students are encouraged to focus on what they do know and use that information to find a solution. To help spread
Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy students are 100 days smarter! The JKHA Lower School students celebrated the 100th day of school and the number 100 in so many ways. Throughout the day, students designed 100 days glasses, beaded necklaces in bundles of 10 and made crowns. The students also made “100 fingers”
Students throughout the “Chalav U’Dvash” (Milk and Honey) division crafted cards with personal messages of encouragement and appreciation to the soldiers in the IDF. One student creatively painted a hand with the message “Shalom.” The cards will be distributed in Israel in time for Purim.
The JKHA 3rd grade excitedly learned about the four mitzvot of Purim in great detail. They learned why, when and where these mitzvot are performed. After learning the halachot, the children split the four mitzvot into two categories: bein adam l’makom and bein adam l’chavero. As a culminating activity, the children completed