Carmel Academy’s beaming first grade students received their first siddur in front of parents and guests at their Siddur Ceremony. This was a wonderful shehecheyanu moment. The school’s first graders worked hard throughout the year to reach this momentous occasion. They proudly led the audience in tefillah and, in a touching
The children of the 4 year nursery at Stein Yeshiva early childhood are continuing their year long STEM learning by exploring bridges! The children are reading up on the names and features of well known bridges including, the GW Bridge, London Bridge and the Golden Gate Bridge. The children also learned about a
“From Holocaust to Revival” was the them this year’s Yom HaShoah program conceived, created and led by the seventh grade class of Bi-Cultural Hebrew Academy on Thursday, May 2. Students, staff, parents and friends were moved by the program’s inspirational message, which the seventh graders brought to life through original
Throughout the year, second grade students at Westchester Torah Academy have been engaged in learning all aspects of different literary genres. They had the opportunity to investigate how a book is created and its individual parts: title page, information page, endpapers and dedication. They learned about
The printing press, kinetoscope, typewriter, telephone, motion picture, radio and television—all the future of communications! That was the mindset of Carmel Academy’s sixth and seventh graders as they put themselves in the shoes of the inventors of history’s most important communication tools.
MTA raised a total of $551,080 for its scholarship fund during a 24-hour fundraising blitz held on Monday, May 6 and Tuesday, May 7. With help from a committee of dedicated parents, rebbeim, faculty members and talmidim who worked around the clock, MTA surpassed its original goal of raising $400,000 and increased the goal
Bi-Cultural Hebrew Academy-Upper School junior Sarah Hanna of Stamford was among a select group of high school students from all across the country chosen to participate in Yale University’s Discovery to Cure High School Internship Program.
Established in 2003, the summer program introduces
First grade at WDS has been learning about their senses in science class, and this week, they had a special treat. First grade dad and audiologist Dr. Jonathan Goldminc came to visit the class and taught the students all about the ear, how sound vibrations work and hearing aids. The students got to feel their
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
RYNJ second grade got to hear from author, poet and illustrator, Douglas Florian. The presentation, sponsored by the library and the PTA was a great wrap up for the poetry unit the children have been working on for the past few weeks. Florian shared details of the process he goes through when writing his books, the
Last week, students and faculty voted in an SAR Israel mock election, which concluded the Ivrit classes election discussions. For class, students researched the different parties that ran for Israel’s Parliament, from the left to the right of the political map. In order to make an informed decision, students presented