There’s a new group of seniors in town at SAR. They’re octogenarians who survived the Holocaust. As part of SAR High School’s inaugural Witness Theater program which ran on April 15th, SAR upheld the memory of the Holocaust through a collaborative theater performance; the performance paired Holocaust
The Pre-K class of Gan Miriam Early Learning Center just completed a unit studying the solar system. After learning the phases of the moon, the students compiled a moon chart to depict the various phases. They explored space and anti-gravity, and watched a youtube video about the International Space Station and the
On Tuesday, April 7th, the second day of Chol Hamoed, the Pre-Law Club paid a visit to the Bergen County Jail with advisor Mr. Francese. The club members toured the active jail under the guidance of a correctional officer; they observed the nature of jail life and events taking place at this correctional facility. In a very
March 26th was a meaningful and productive day for the MTA students who participated in the school’s annual lobbying mission to Washington D.C. The ‘Hatzioni’ members who partook in the event had prepared for weeks in advance researching bills, familiarizing themselves with specific members of Congress and seeking to
To ensure that all students find meaning in their morning tefilla experiences, Ma’ayanot offers a variety of tefilla programming options including “Tefilla Under the Trees” with Mrs. Leah Herzog. Mrs. Herzog oversees small-group discussion sessions with Ma’ayanot Alumnae Fellows, and student-given commentary and divrei
The RYNJ Torah Bowl girls’ team clinched its division and will be competing in the finals with the other division winners. The students studied and competed throughout the year, mastering the entire Sefer Shmot, every pasuk and every Rashi.
During these tense times when decisions are being made that will impact the future of Israel and the US, the Frisch student body has been active in effecting change in two important ways. First, on March 26th, the Frisch School’s Class of 2015 traveled to Washington, D.C. to advocate for a robust U.S.-Israel relationship. Divided
Alef Bet Preschool’s model seder was very enjoyable. Children talked about what the Seder plate is, they drank grape juice, snacked on shmura matzoh and ate delicious chicken soup with matzoh balls. They also sang a few Seder favorites and put on a little play about leaving Egypt!