Fifth and sixth graders at Westchester Torah Academy were the first students to step foot into middle school since the school opened its doors in 2013. With that milestone came many different aspects including a longer school day, special electives and the school’s first beit
Our nation lost a special individual and hero with the tragic loss of Ari Fuld, HY”D. Moriah partnered with many schools around the country by reciting perakim of Tehillim in his memory. Prior to the recitation, students were privileged to hear from Fuld’s cousin, lower school morah, Ahuva
(Courtesy of yumacs.com) The Yeshiva University softball team will be hosting an alumni game, on Sunday, October 21. The special event will take place at Fordham University, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
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Kindergarten students have begun to put their counting skills to good use in their first math lessons at Westchester Torah Academy. How many days of school have they had so far? How many days are left in the month? To answer these questions, the children in the classroom were
MTA talmidim and rebbeim enjoyed spending time together on Sukkot at Simchas Beit Hashoevas in Brooklyn, Highland Park, Monsey, Queens and Teaneck. Each event was packed with ruach—from inspirational divrei Torah to singing, dancing and even a sukkah-making
It was an amazing first week of yeshiva at MTA! From davening to shiur, grade-wide orientations and general studies classes, the energy and enthusiasm of both talmidim and faculty were felt throughout the building. Talmidim enjoyed learning in chavrutahs at the first mishmar of the year, making caramel
RYNJ hosted a great “Meet and Greet Sweet Treat” get together for the adorable new RYNJ students. Rabbi Wachtel, Judaic studies principal lower school, shared a beautiful story about children, apples and the stars!
The excitement and energy was palpable as Carmel Academy welcomed its students to a new school year on September 4. Students greeted friends with warm smiles and teachers welcomed students with open arms. As per tradition, the first day of school began on Carmel Academy’s main field with a school wide tefillah, flag