MTA juniors had an incredible time on their two-day, action-packed junior trip, which took place on February 26-27. From golf, indoor sports and snow tubing to the Nickelodeon amusement park at the new American Dream mall, broomball, midnight BBQ, lively minyanim and inspirational shiurim, talmidim really had a
Last week the third grade performed their much anticipated Rashi play!
In third grade, students are introduced to Rashi’s commentary on the Chumash. The Rashi play helps to illustrate the role that Rashi and Midrash play in our understanding of the text. In the play, the
WDS kindergarten celebrated 100 days of school! It’s been so exciting to finally reach that milestone. The celebration showcased so much of what the students have learned. More importantly, learning takes place when learning is joyful. And it was truly a joyous day! Among the festivities: Morah Jane’s
The seventh and eighth grades of Kinneret Day School recently had a unique experience. They joined with other middle and high school students across the country in a one-of-a-kind electronic field trip to learn about the Manhattan Project and creation of the atomic bomb.
This program comes on the 75th
On Wednesday evening, February 26, the RYNJ gym was transformed into a festive party space and the sixth grade RYNJ talmidot, their moms, teachers and administrators joined together in the Orah Visimchah Bat Mitzvah Banquet.
It was an evening of reflection, celebration and
The nursery class at Kinneret Day School spent their Friday morning “blasting off to outer space” in a space-themed glow party. The event was a culmination of a two-week exploration of outer space, in which the class of 3-year-olds learned all about planets, stars, astronauts
MTA’s Model UN Team was excited to participate in the Yeshiva University National Model United Nations, (YUNMUN). The conference, held at the Crowne Plaza in Stamford, from Sunday, February 9 through Tuesday, February 11, was attended by representatives from 48 yeshiva high
On Tuesday, February 4, students and faculty at SAR High School participated in the school’s first-ever Mental Health Awareness Day. The program was conceived and designed by school psychologists, Dr. Michelle Humi and Dr. Russell Hoffman. The program began with a schoolwide
On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Stamford Resurfers traveled to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center in Long Beach, to participate in a day of chesed. The Stamford delegation included several students from Bi-Cultural Hebrew Academy Upper School, who worked