The middle school talmidot of RYNJ were privileged to hear from Devorah Kigel at their Aseret Yemei Teshuvah assembly. Kigel, noted speaker and educator of Jewish women of all ages, inspired the girls with the story of her journey to Torah and mitzvot. Using warmth, humor and
A Yeshivat Frisch senior, Evan Zauderer, was recently named a semifinalist in the prestigious 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. The distinction is reserved for only about 1% of all entrants. According to the National Merit Scholarship Corporation website,
Kinneret Day School announced the appointment of Allyson Israel as assistant principal. Israel comes to Kinneret with over 20 years of experience in the field of education, both in an administrative capacity and as a teacher. She worked as a classroom teacher in grades four through eight in all
This week, SAR High School kicked off its after-school learning program, ITIM. Over 100 students attended the first session of the weekly program that studies modern-day responsa literature. Pictured is Rabbi Shmuel Hain discussing the life and impact of Rav Ovadia
Since it was unveiled in February 2016, the Makerspace lab at Bi-Cultural Day School has become a breeding ground for student creativity; a place where budding young inventors in first through eighth grades can bring their imaginative, innovative ideas to life.
In keeping with a Bi-Cultural Day School annual tradition, eighth-graders lined up at the entrance to the Stamford school to greet students on the first day of school. Among those getting the “red carpet” treatment was first grader Ella Notik, accompanied by her dad, Joseph
RYNJ was thrilled to host Rabbi Tani Prero, who successfully runs team building events throughout the country, at their middle school. Along with RYNJ staff, Prero led exciting and challenging team building exercises with middle school students.
TABC’s talmidim reunited with one another on the Welcome Back Shabbaton for sophomores, juniors and seniors. The seniors went up to the Camp Kaylie grounds on Thursday for some extra bonding time. On Friday, all the grades were afforded the choices of paintballing,
The love of Israel will once again envelop the campus of Bi-Cultural Day School this fall, thanks in large part to the arrival of a new group of Israeli emissaries. As they do every year, the shlichim and Bnot Sherut will bring the beauty of the Jewish state and a pride in our