There was a famous Syms advertisement that said: “An educated consumer is our best customer.”
That is the premise of a new volunteer program at Carmel Academy, which enables parents to donate their time and expertise to the school without sacrificing too much time away from
Two Carmel Academy students have been selected for top honors in North American Judaic art and Hebrew poetry contests.
Carmel Academy fifth grader Sophie Citron was chosen for the Staff Pick Award in the RAVSAK North American Judaic Art Contest. Her entry, inspired by American pop
Purim started early in TABC with the annual pre-Purim Shabbaton. TABC is fortunate to have so many of its rebbeim living locally and they were therefore able to host all the participating talmidim for Shabbat lunch. Everyone joined together for the first seudah, a lively tish, seudah shlishit and for several shiurim. The Shabbaton
A cadre of Frisch math educators, led by Mrs. Sabrina Bernath, Chair of Frisch’s math department, attended the 30th Annual Conference at Rutgers University on, “Good Ideas in Teaching Precalculus and Algebra, Calculus, Geometry, Discrete Mathematics, Probability and Statistics With Technology.”
A group of Ma’ayanot students, accompanied by Ma’ayanot faculty members Elana Flaumenhaft and Enid Goldberg, traveled to Washington, D.C. last week to participate in AIPAC’s annual lobbying mission. One Ma’ayanot family, the Cohen family, had the honor of sending three sisters, alumna Michal ‘12 and current students Elisheva ‘16
On Tuesday afternoon, young Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA) alumni were invited to join Rabbi Mendelson for a special Lunch & Learn program hosted in the fourth floor Lecture Hall. The program, which was the first event of what MTA is planning to make into a regular series, offered the young alums the chance to
Last week, nine MDS students participated in National History Day, an education program that engages students in grades six through 12 in the discovery and interpretation of historical topics. By participating in History Day, students can research topics related to the annual theme and can express themselves creatively through
Rabbi Joshua Kahn has been named head of school at the Marsha Stern Talmudical Academy/Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA). The appointment is the culmination of an extensive international search that involved parents, faculty, alumni, board members and YU administrators.
On Monday, May 30, at the Greenwich Hyatt Hotel at 5:30 p.m., Bi-Cultural Day School will be celebrating its 60th birthday by honoring a special group of dedicated community members and a member of the faculty at the annual Bi-Cultural Day School Celebration Dinner. Seven people will be
The Bi-Cultural Day School Players will be performing The Wizard of Oz on Thursday, March 31, at 7:00 p.m. and on Sunday, April 3, at 10:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. The Wizard of Oz production is the school’s annual spring musical and is the traditional telling of the time-honored classic, featuring such well-loved songs as “Over the