Throw kindness like confetti! This has become the motto in kitah gimmel at Westchester Torah Academy as the students began a spring kindness campaign. Together with their teacher, the children spent time brainstorming different ways to be kind and then organized their thoughts
Seventeen student members of the Israel Advocacy Club (IAC) of Bi-Cultural Hebrew Academy Upper School travelled to Washington, D.C. last month to attend the 2019 AIPAC Policy Conference.
The students listened to the
After investigating and exploring the mitzvot and minhagim of Purim and learning the story of the Megilla, the children of the Stein Yeshiva early childhood were treated to an extra special treat: a surprise visit by the characters of the Purim story!
In a world plagued by hate crimes, anti-Semitism and bigotry, Iona College is offering a lecture series aimed at bringing people of different faiths together, encouraging dialogue, discussing differences and common myths and celebrating common values.
Seventh-grade scientists at Bi-Cultural Hebrew Academy in Stamford had an impressive showing at the 2019 Connecticut Science and Engineering Fair (CSEF), bringing home a treasure trove of medals and honors from the prestigious statewide event, including several top awards.
At Carmel Academy, students in Transitional Kindergarten through 8th grade are engaged in scientific discovery every day, honing their skills of observation, inquiry, hypothesis, and prediction as part of their learning. In addition to hands-on-learning in the classroom, conducting science
We are elated to announce that the SAR Science Olympiad team won seven medals and the trophy for coming in third place out of the 13 teams from the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area at the Science Olympiad yesterday.
On March 27, fourth graders at Westchester Torah Academy had the opportunity to present their original fables at their “Flight of Fabulous Fables” event. The students learned about the elements of a fable and read many fables in preparation for this project. The children
This year’s theme at WDS is humility and eighth grader Yaffa Weitzman embodies this virtue beautifully! She recently planned, publicized and managed a school-wide snack drive to benefit the local immigrant community in Mamaroneck. Weitzman visited the Hispanic Resource Center and met with their