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Wednesday, April 01, 2020

Schools

Curriculum Showcase at LPS Elementary

The second through fifth graders at Lubavitch on the Palisades School made their parents and teachers proud as they enthusiastically and confidently presented some of their favorite work and projects from the school year. The social hall at LPS was set up so that each child was able to showcase his or her work.

MTA Honors College Attends Presentation on the Early History of Synagogues of the Diaspora

This past week, the MTA Honors College had the unique opportunity to be addressed by Akiva Ennis (YUHSB ‘10), a University of Pennsylvania senior and MTA alum, on the topic of “Synagogues in the Diaspora.” The lecture, based on his senior thesis, was an insightful look into the architectural development of the shul. Ennis proposed

Yavneh Academy Congratulates Class of 2015

Yeshivat Noam Class of 2015, Eighth Grade Graduates

RKYHS Class of 2015 Graduation Highlights

RKYHS seniors enjoyed their commencement exercises surrounded by their adoring family and loving friends. Jacob Mendelsohn and Marcella Rozenwasser shared inspirational divrei Torah, Jonathan Pedoeem discussed the need to own your destiny, Mia Long expressed her gratitude to RKYHS and Sara Rubenstein (’05) shared her meaningful

Moving Up to First Grade at Noam

Teaneck Chabad Preschool 2015 Graduates

The 2015 Graduates of RTMA

TABC Grads Receive Diplomas and Accolades

Hundreds of guests—family, friends, fellow classmates, alumni and faculty—filled the Keter Torah sanctuary last Thursday night to participate in TABC’s Commencement 2015. The beautiful program included a dvar Torah from Rosh HaYeshiva Rabbi Yosef Adler, presentation of awards, the Valedictorian address by Mathew Wexler and

Bruriah Graduates the Class of 2015 to a Capacity Crowd

The JEC’s Bruriah High School is proud to have graduated a class of women whose academic excellence has been nationally recognized.

Four graduates were named National Merit Scholars, one was awarded an Aliza Flatow Scholarship, one was named an alternate of the Flatow Scholarship and

MTA Junior Sruly Brach Receives Award from American Chemical Society

MTA junior Sruli Brach (‘17) received the Outstanding Achievement Award in Chemistry from the American Chemical Society. This award is presented to one outstanding student in each school for his or her achievements in chemistry. Sruli proved himself both greatly motivated and very skilled in chemistry, and achieved some of the

Yavneh Fifth-Graders Participate in Spelling Bee

Qualifying for Yavneh’s fifth grade spelling bee of 2015 were Ilan Wimpfheimer, Lilah Spectre-Covitz, Leon Mossaiov, Miriam Kahan, Allie Beckerman, Adina Suldan, Jack Greenfield, Yaakov Suldan, Abby Rosenfeld and Arielle Levy. The Spelling Bee took place at Carvel/Cinnabon in Hackensack near The Shops at Riverside. In first place