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Eight MTA Students Admitted to YU Early Decision

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Congratulations to the eight Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA) students who were admitted to the Honors Programs at Yeshiva University during the Early Decision period. These students, by applying Early Decision, have committed themselves to attending YU even though they have the capability to be admitted to...

TABC Students and Rebbeim Enjoy Pre-Chanukah Learning With Eighth Graders

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TABC ran a multi-tiered late night learning program, one for eighth graders and one for its current talmidim. Rabbi Raphi Mandelstam led off the program for the current talmidim with a Chanukah shiur. The two programs then intersected, as the TABC talmidim helped the visiting eighth graders prepare mekorot for a shiur by Rabbi Malitzky. Many TABC rebbeim were there as well, to act as both a resource and source of encouragement. After Rabbi Malitzky’s shiur, the eighth graders continued with an enjoyable night of cholent, Dougie’s and sports. Simultaneously, the current TABC talmidim heard shiurim from rabbis Nachbar and Blau, continuing the theme of inyanei Chanukah. They, too...

RYNJ Makes A Hagafen

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RYNJ pre-k students enjoyed a fun morning making grape juice as they began their brachot unit with the bracha of “Hagafen.” The children washed and squeezed bunches of grapes and then strained them to remove the pulp. Finally, the yeladim enjoyed a taste test between their homemade grape juice and several popular varieties that they have in their homes.

Carmel Academy Third Graders Purchase Toys for Sick Children

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Imagine being a child in a toy store with the go-ahead to purchase more than $1000 worth of toys?

In the days before Chanukah, Carmel Academy’s third graders did just that. They traveled to a toy store and purchased more than 100 toys—yet they did not keep even one toy for themselves. Instead, the students walked away with a different gift: the knowledge that they were part of a memorable and meaningful mitzvah.

The toys were for children fighting cancer, and the Carmel students spent a month raising the money to purchase the gifts, said third grade teacher Gina Perl.

It all began with a read-a-thon. The students committed to reading 20 minutes for 20 nights, asking their...

Rabbi Shimon Green Challenges Students: Who Is Your Hero?

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Stein Yeshiva recently had a very special visitor, Rabbi Shimon Green. Rabbi Green founded Yeshiva Birchas HaTorah in the Old City and was its Rosh Yeshiva for 25 years. He is currently the Mora D’Asra of Kehillas Shomrei Emunim in Phoenix, Arizona, and Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshivas HaTurim.

Rabbi Green gave a very thought provoking address to students, parents and faculty. He explored the question of “What is life and how do we succeed?” Rabbi Green explained that what one knows is fluid and changing constantly based upon what is experienced from moment to moment. In order for days to be meaningful, people need an anchor, a blueprint for a frame of reference to interpret those...

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