At the WDS Open House this past week, Ms. Goldstein and Ms. Shapiro ran a STEAM program during which the students created a fall-themed project. Accompanied by Antonio Vivaldi’s violin concerto “Autumn” from the composer’s famous “Four Seasons,” the children made beautiful leaf prints with colorful
The Pride Lands are headed to Stamford in December, when the Bi-Cultural Hebrew Academy presents three performances of the hit musical “The Lion King Jr.” Performances of this shortened version of the Broadway show will be held Dec. 12, 7 p.m., and Dec. 15, 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Featuring a cast and crew of close to 50 students,
Kitah alef at Westchester Torah Academy has begun two new learning adventures. Students started to learn new spelling words and began their science curriculum. As a launch for both of these units, the class did a brain experiment to understand how humans learn through repetition, and why writing spelling words
When we wash before we eat, we remember what happened in the Beit Hamikdash. For Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan, the mitzvah of netilat yadayim, washing one’s hands before bread, was commemorated school-wide. Students learned about the intention behind the mitzvah cross-grades chavruta style, then worked together to
On Tuesday, Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan, the children of the early childhood celebrated the start of their parsha learning this year with an extra special chagiga celebration!
Where do our parsha stories come from? The Torah! Teacher Rabbi Lane brought out the school’s real sefer
It was a fight to the finish at Bi-Cultural Hebrew Academy upper school one recent afternoon, when two teams of Engineering 1 ‘Davids’ challenged two teams of Engineering 2 ‘Goliaths’ to a Battle Bot contest.
Organized by Dr. Paul Castle and William Berson, who teach the high school’s
Dr. Yossi Meir, a senior lecturer at the faculty of Aerospace Engineering at the Technion (Israel Institute of Technology) and an engineer at RAFAEL Advanced Defense Systems Ltd. for more than 40 years, visited SAR to speak with fifth graders about his work in the field, and specifically, in the creation of the Iron Dome
For the fifth consecutive year, TABC was proud to host its students for Simchat Torah. Approximately 100 boys, some from the Teaneck area and others staying at their classmates’ homes for the chag, walked over to the yeshiva on Monday afternoon for Mincha, followed by a shiur by Rabbi Raphi Mandelstam. As the sun set and Simchat Torah
The yeladim of the Stein Yeshiva early childhood had great fun investigating and exploring the chag of Sukkot! The children were totally engrossed in the experience of shaking the lulav and etrog in different ways and singing songs and reading stories about the holiday. The yeladim especially enjoyed painting
Following a beautiful tefillah and Hallel b’tzibbur, the WTA middle school boarded buses departing for Fleetwood Synagogue in Mount Vernon. Once there, they enjoyed lunch in the synagogue’s sukkah, where Rabbi Daniel Rosenfelt gave a thoughtful talk to the students. He pointed out that there’s an obvious