Monday, October 23, 2017

Schools

TABC’s Pre-Sukkot Parent-Son Learning Inspires Multiple Generations

The halls of TABC were filled with the beautiful sound of the transmission of the mesorah, as 100 people participated in a night of parent-son learning. After dinner, everyone engaged in inter-generational learning, as they prepared mekorot

JHSC Welcomes Largest Freshman Class to Date

The Jewish High School of Connecticut (JHSC) is excited to welcome the largest ninth grade class since the school opened. More than 25 students joined their upperclassmen in September 2017. “The community has started to realize the phenomenal opportunities that

Carmel Academy Middle School Explores the Ancient Rituals of Rosh Hashanah Through a Modern Lens

Carmel Academy middle school students ushered in the new year by exploring practical implications of Jewish rituals through a series of experiential programs that took them to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, Westchester Hills Cemetery and Anshe Chesed

RYNJ Wishes Everyone a Chag Sameach!

Attend a Carmel Academy Discovery Day

Carmel Academy is thrilled to welcome prospective families to attend one of its three Discovery Day programs at the school’s 270 Lake Avenue campus in Greenwich, CT.

Discovery Days will take place

Integrating Nach, Yamim Noraim and Studio Art at Frisch: Like Clay in the Hands of the Potter

Last week, tenth grade Nach classes at Yeshivat Frisch had the opportunity to learn about the classic phrase “kachomer be-yad ha-yotzer”—“like clay in the hands of the potter”—through a multidisciplinary lesson combining limudei kodesh, art history and

Bi-Cultural Day School Receives National Blue Ribbon Honors

Bi-Cultural Day School of Stamford has been selected as a 2017 National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education, the only Jewish day school in the U.S. to receive this award, as announced by U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos.

Manhattan Day School’s Caring With Action Initiative Helps Those in Need

The exciting theme of “caring with action” is defining the Manhattan Day School 2017-2018 school year. The theme will focus on different midot each month to help the student cultivate sensitivities and abilities to translate good thoughts into good

SAR High School Responds to Hurricane Harvey

The first week back to school was charged with an urgency to help Texan communities devastated by Hurricane Harvey. At the request of Texan community leaders, the SAR High School community initiated a tzedakah campaign: All students and faculty were asked to donate

SINAI Students Celebrate Rosh Hashanah

SINAI students at JKHA get in the holiday spirit with apples, honey and some sweet Torah learning!

 

 

TABC Ends 5777 Immersed in Late Night Learning

TABC’s talmidim ended the year of 5777 much as they did so often throughout the year, engaged in a high level of talmud Torah. Our special late night learning program began with newly appointed Mashgiach Ruchani Rabbi Michael Hoenig,

Kinneret Preschool Spearheads Card Campaign to Houston and Florida

Kinneret preschool spearheads schoolwide and communitywide campaign to send cards to Houston and Florida.

 

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