As part of this year’s Moadim L’STEAMcha initiative, middle school parents and children gathered for an interactive creative learning program. After breakfast, parents and students studied Jewish texts about the concept of light in our lives. The culminating hands-on activity was to make a light up menorah
On Tuesday, December 31, a group of 16 Bruriah girls went to the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York City in preparation of creating their own Holocaust museums in school. It was a very meaningful experience, and they gained insight on what life was like pre, during and after the Holocaust. With all that they learned on their
More than 200 members of the MTA community were privileged to experience the Siyum HaShas together at MetLife Stadium on Wednesday, January 1. What an incredible display of ahavat Torah and achdut! Mazal tov to all who were misayem, including MTA’s own Rabbi Kahn and Rabbi Brownstein and many MTA fathers. Thank
BPY students spread the simcha and light of Chanukah while immersed in chesed and mitzvot. BPY’s amazing choir, led by Morah Sharon Kinstlinger, performed at a very special Chanukah show at Temple Beth Shalom in Fair Lawn. The audience loved their shirim and excitement. Middle school packaged gifts of letters
Wednesday featured the annual JEC yom iyun and breakfast. Chanukah is a time of celebrating the continuity of Torah, even through the darkest of times. What better way to honor that reality than by seeing fathers, sons and rebbeim connect through Torah and tefillah. The day began with a beautiful Chanukah davening,
Lubavitch on the Palisades Preschool was excited to once again be entertained by the music band from Heichal HaTorah Yeshiva High School for boys in honor of Chanukah. The children sang Chanukah songs and danced together to celebrate the holiday. LPS students can’t wait for the Heichal students to return!
TABC kicked off Chanukah week with a fun and inspirational melave malka. Over 150 students attended the festivities on Saturday night, which began with dancing, followed by an inspirational address by Rabbi Yosef Sonnenschein, senior maggid shiur at Lander College for Men. Director of Student Activities Rav Yitz
Kindergarten students had the opportunity to see how olive oil is made for Chanukah with a hands-on presentation from Rabbi Moshe Grossbaum, who taught them how to create their own olive oil by squeezing out the pits from olives and putting the olives into an olive press!
The spirit of Chanukah was truly felt in every corner of Yavneh Academy throughout the chag. Students participated in a special carnival made possible by the bnot sherut leumi, baked, fried, had a Glow Party and of course, the students and faculty were treated to a special Mordechai Shapiro Chanukah
SINAI @ RYNJ’s sixth grade girls gathered on Monday, December 9, to take part in Bergen County’s Chanukah Toy Drive. The girls prepared flyers asking their friends and peers to contribute. After collecting numerous toys, the students organized and sorted them by age and type. The girls were so happy to partake in this wonderful