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Thursday, May 23, 2019

Schools

Yeshivat Noam Middle Schoolers Learn About Pesach

Yeshivat Noam middle school students attend interactive, hands-on workshops about various aspects of Pesach including setting up a Seder plate, preparing maror and checking for insects.

Bergen County High School of Jewish Studies Welcomes Steve Fox

The students in the BCHSJS class, Learning Through the Cinematic Lens were asked to produce a documentary about their families. To help them prepare, Steve Fox, director, producer and cameraman for Fox Video Productions, discussed the different methods of conducting an interview. Fox instructed the students on how to prepare for an

Moriah Sixth Grade Visits the Met

Ms. Sehgal’s sixth grade social studies class at Moriah has been working hard on their unit on ancient Egypt. They have learned about ancient Egyptian culture through the analysis of art and artifacts from the era. On the Wednesday before Pesach break, they went on a very special trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Yavneh Academy First Graders Learn About Earth Day

What an incredible experience first graders had reusing trash and turning it into creative pieces of art in celebration of Earth Day. The fantastic ideas were astounding as the children created rockets, boats, robots, recycling centers and so much more. The students are all ready to help save the resources of the

TCA Middle School Takes Pre-Pesach Visit to Brightview Senior Living Community

On Tuesday, March 19, the seventh and eighth graders of Tenafly Chabad Academy had the privilege of going to visit the residents of Brightview Senior Living Community in Tenafly. The students prepared for the visit by writing divrei Torah, making posters and learning how to play Passover songs on the piano. After

TABC Students Mentor Yeshivat He’Atid Sixth Graders in STEM

On Tuesday, April 16, TABC invited Yeshivat He’Atid’s students into the TABC Makerspace for a coding lesson! Six of the 12th grade engineering students (Ariel Gross, Avi Gold, Moshe Golubtchik, Yonatan Katz, Natan Mendelson and Yoni Zirman) planned out a coding lesson for the sixth grade Yeshivat He’Atid

Ma’ayanot Prepared for Pesach

Ma’ayanot students entered Pesach on a wave of inspiration after a Tuesday, April 16, yom iyun on the subject of emunah. The highlight was a keynote address by renowned author and lecturer Rabbi Paysach Krohn, whose engaging style captivated the audience. Sophomore Elisheva Raskas stated that “Rabbi Krohn was an

He’Atid Fifth Graders Teach History

Fifth graders at Yeshivat He’Atid are learning all about the period of the Civil War, both from their teachers and from each other! Groups of students taught their classmates about different Civil War-era events through the use of anchor charts that they created. Students love the opportunity to teach their classmates and this

BPY Sixth Grade Explores the Met

BPY sixth graders visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art to complement their learning of ancient civilizations. They saw art from Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece and Rome. Students noticed material, style and color use. The students were engaged and the docents were impressed with their questions and their knowledge of

The Biale Rebbe Visits Heichal HaTorah

On Friday, April 5, the talmidim of Heichal HaTorah were honored with a visit from the Biale Rebbe of Bnei Brak. The rebbe joined the entire student body and all of the rebbeim for a special and inspiring tish. He offered divrei chizuk and each talmid had the opportunity to receive a personal bracha from the

Yeshivat Noam Early Childhood Bakes Matzah

Yeshivat Noam early childhood students prepare for Pesach through model Seders and baking their own matzah.

RYNJ Wins Big With Omer Scratch off Card

Five times a year—Pesach, Shavuot, Sukkot, winter-break and summer vacation—RYNJ students have the opportunity to self-monitor their Torah, tefillah and chesed outside of school during vacation. Students, together with their parents, complete a checklist and receive a Torah/mitzvah related prize upon their return.