Every year Rabbi Jachter runs a Tanach Kollel at TABC during the week after the end of the school year. His program gives students, alumni and incoming freshmen an opportunity to spend an otherwise unscheduled week learning b'chavruta and in shiur. This year the kollel focused on Chagai, Zechariah and Malachi. The time
CareOne and Yeshivat Noam joined forces to create a memorable chessed project initiated by myself and my friend Temira Koenig. NoamCares started out as an idea but then became a reality with the help of my friends, teachers and family.
Unfortunately, about two and a half years ago my
The Jewish Educational Center’s Yeshiva of Elizabeth fifth grade girls class culminated the year with an elaborate Tanach Fair and play in which they depicted scenes from the Torah and Neviim that they had studied over the course of the year.
Over the summer, TABC is proud to offer their students the opportunity to continue to be involved in intensive talmud Torah in a variety of ways. Students may choose to participate in the Summer Learning Initiative by independently learning Gemara Megillah, Sefer Shoftim, or Mishnayot Bava Kamma, Bava Metzia and Bava
Yeshivat He’Atid first graders show off their colorful new books about the community workers they love and cherish. The students chose a community worker, researched the jobs, wrote the pages and published a beautiful library celebrating their community.
Yavneh Academy’s seventh grade students, Adam Gluck, Rami Berman, Molly Weisbrot and Shira Sedek impressively placed second in the fall Stock Market Game—sponsored by the SIFMA foundation—beating out 380 teams. They started the simulation with $100,000 and by the end of the 10-week competition, had over $131,000. Their favorite stock, one that nearly
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.
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