Yeshivat Noam’s 5th grade boys, Aleph section, worked for months under the direction of enrichment coordinator Margi Saks on the law fair case called “The Unexpected Fall.”
The subject of the case was whether the town neglected its responsibility in maintaining safety standards on its playground.
The students and
What started out five years ago as a collaboration between two music teachers has expanded into a well-anticipated and well-attended non-sporting event for the local elementary day-school world.
In 2009, Marsha Greenberg, music director at Yavneh Academy, invited her colleague Naomi Cohen, then music director at SAR, to bring her choir to
Ben Porat Yosef Kindergarten students celebrated their graduation on Tuesday, June 17, 2014. They sang songs for proud parents and guests in the audience, received diplomas, viewed a slide show of the year’s events, and each child received a special award for his/her unique accomplishments over the course of the year.
Paramus—Areyvut, a non-profit based in Bergenfield, NJ, just completed the fifth year of its Jewish Teen Philanthropy Program at Yeshivat Noam. The H.O.P.E. (Helping Organizations Provide Essentials) Program engaged 23 Yeshivat Noam 7th grade students and brought them together to act as the board or teen foundation. Students learn about community needs,
Youth Aliyah contributed to the foundation of Israel more than any other group in history. They came to this country with hopes and dreams and sweated blood and tears to build Israel into the proud nation it is today. Even now, Jewish youth from all over the world come to study, serve and protect, and to continue
What do a pizza maker, a scuba diver, and a bully at an ice skating rink have in common? They are all roles acted out by day school students taking theater classes as part of their curriculum.
It’s the middle of the afternoon at Ma’ayanot Yeshiva High School for Girls, and the elective improvisational theater class for juniors is about to
When Rav Aharon Lichtenstein, Rosh Yeshiva at Yeshivat Har Etzion, spoke at Ma’ayanot’s chanukat habayit in November, 1996, he emphasized that “if Torah is to be taught, then it needs to be taught seriously to assure that indeed Torah is understood and absorbed with the seriousness, earnestness, exhilaration, excitement, and passion that
In preparation for Shavuot, the Pre-K and K classes at Lubavitch on the Palisades enjoyed a visit from the Living Legacy’s Torah Factory. The students learned all about the process of making a Torah Scroll and were able to write with their own goose feather on a piece of parchment.
Ben Porat Yosef Kindergartners went to Tomchei Shabbat of Fair Lawn on June 10th to help pack food packages. The students took turns putting potatoes, onions, assorted vegetables, and fruit into the boxes, which will also contain grape juice, challah, eggs, and chicken that will be delivered to families in need before Shabbat. The children also
On June 9, 40 2nd-grade girls from RYNJ gathered at Keter Torah for their third TCC event this year. TCC, which stands for The Chesed Connection, is a new program formed this past winter by a group of RYNJ parents to introduce the young students to various organizations and chesed projects both locally and beyond. The goal of TCC