JKHA first through sixth graders participated in an engaging, high energy, motivational assembly presentation. Featured on three large-scale screens, the character building programs are designed to help students make the right decisions when facing difficult choices.
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In honor of Parshat Chayei Sarah, the kindergarten classes joined together to have a mock wedding! The classes spent much of their week delving into the details of the parsha and recreating parts of the fascinating story. The children created beautiful jewelry just like Eliezer gave to Rivka. Many classes worked
Six years ago the state of Israel voted in the Knesset to create an official day known as the Honor Day. It is an official day celebrating and honoring wounded IDF soldiers and victims of terror. In honor of the sixth official Honor Day, Yeshivat He’Atid had a special visit from two of these former IDF soldiers. Niv
This past Motzei Shabbat, Yavneh Academy’s seventh grade boys were invited to bring a guest to join them for a bar mitzvah event. The purpose of the event was to prepare the boys for the upcoming bar mitzvah season, showing them what a seudat shel mitzvah looks like and prepare them to become a bar mitzvah. The
On Tuesday, November 5, MTA’s sophomore Yeshiva Fellowship cohort and their mashgiach, Rabbi Pearl, had the incredible opportunity to tour the Passaic eruv with expert Rabbi Micah Shotkin. Rabbi Shotkin, who has built eruvs for communities across the country, explained the intricate laws of building and maintaining them. Each
Throughout the months of October and November, the Moriah class of 2020 has been busy getting ready for high school. In their English classes, the eighth graders filled out a self-reflection, assessing themselves as students. Then, in a series of activities, the students learned what it takes to apply to high schools.
TABC was proud to showcase its unique program to over 600 prospective parents and students from 30 different communities on Sunday, November 17.
TABC shared its commitment to ensuring the success of each individual learner as teachers and rebbeim engaged prospective students
In honor of Parshat Vayera, early childhood friends had a surprise visit from Avraham Avinu and Sarah Imeinu, who looked uncannily like Rabbi Zucker and Morah Jessica! They spoke to the students about the important mitzvah of hachnasat orchim, or welcoming guests into one’s home. If anyone would know about that
The Yeshivat Noam seventh grade girls are hard at work planning the activities, divrei Torah, skits, decor and thank you gifts for their shabbaton.
Last Motzei Shabbat, Naaleh students, mothers and faculty gathered for an evening of learning, chesed, connection and inspiration at Naaleh. The event featured a shiur by renowned speaker Michal Horowitz, who empowered the girls to learn from Sarah Imeinu’s model and design their own destiny. The evening
RYNJ’s early childhood students enjoyed a visit from the River Edge Fire Department. The firemen reviewed important fire safety guidelines with the children, showed them their gear and even gave them a tour of a fire engine. The children had the opportunity to touch and explore the equipment, and even sit in the fire