Last Sunday, a number of MTA juniors and seniors answered the chesed call of Bonim Builders, a division of the Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey that helps to “renovate and perform critical repairs for low income families, seniors, and the physically disabled.” The groups of students, accompanied by YUHS executive
SAR seventh graders went on a two-day trip to Boston last week to learn about the historical significance of the city. They witnessed a mock trial of the Salem Witch Trials by viewing a skit wherein an innocent Boston woman was accused of practicing witchcraft. The Boston Tea Party was reenacted by the students
PARAMUS, NJ—To commemorate the twentieth yahrzeit of Frisch alumna Alisa Flatow z”l, The Frisch School held a memorial lecture on Thursday, May 7 featuring renowned speaker Charlie Harary. More than 600 students and faculty—as well as members of Flatow’s family and many of her classmates—were in
On Yom Ha’atzmaut, the students at WTA participated in a variety of outdoor activities that displayed their Israeli pride. After learning about Israel’s rich history throughout the weeks that preceded the celebration, they were ready to experience the beautiful land they’ve been enhancing their
Started several years ago by three students in the Class of 2009, Heartbeats is an annual student-created and student-directed performance open to women of the community. Each year Heartbeats organizers choose a charity to which the proceeds of that year’s performances will be donated, and over the years almost
Carmel Academy’s sixth grade led a poignant community memorial service on Yom HaZikaron to honor those who lost their lives to create and sustain the state of Israel.
The Israel Memorial Day ceremony began the way Israel commemorates this solemn day, with the sounding of a minute-long
The Yeshiva Gedolah of the Bronx, located in the neighborhood of Pelham Parkway, offers educational enrichment to young boys and teens. Established in 2013, it gives at-risk teenage boys an avenue to turn to in a warm environment that helps get them back on track.
To celebrate Yom Ha’atzmaut, Westchester Day School’s Ganon and Kindergarten took an amazing virtual trip to Israel. The children began the morning by packing their carry-ons and going to JFK airport where they went through security, after having their passports checked and being given their ElAl boarding passes. Once