Multisensory Rosh Hashanah Fair at Gan Chamesh

  The children at Gan Chamesh enjoyed a hands-on, fun-filled Rosh Hashanah fair that enabled them to internalize the meaning of Rosh Hashanah using all their senses. They painted with...

YCQ Pre-Rosh Hashanah Programs

Yeshiva of Central Queens launched its fifth-grade middot program to help students understand the importance of developing positive character traits. Through this program, the students will learn the impact...

The High Cost of Jewish Day School: If You Lower It, Will They Come?

When students returned to the San Diego Jewish Academy just a few weeks ago, they were greeted not only by new teachers, but new classmates as well. “For the coming...

YU Student Councils Reinstate Democrats Club

(JTA) — The Yeshiva University student councils reinstated a group that had lost its official status on campus after organizing a protest march connected to gay rights. The councils on Thursday decided...

SKA’s Pre-Selichot Inspiration From Sivan Rahav Meir

  Students, mothers, and alumnae of the entire HALB community had a wonderful opportunity on motzaei Shabbat, September 21, for meaningful inspiration before selichot. World Mizrachi shlichah to North America Sivan...

Two HAFTR Semifinalists in National Merit Scholarship Program

    HAFTR High School is pleased to announce that two seniors, David Lederer and Jennifer Rabinowitz, are semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program. In addition, seniors Alexander Kaufman and...

HANC High School Hears Rosh Hashanah Inspiration From Moe Mernick

    On Thursday, September 19, HANC High School was privileged to hear from dynamic speaker and entrepreneur Moe Mernick. Author of "The Gift of Stuttering," Mr. Mernick highlighted to the...

YU Democrats Club Loses Official Status After LGBTQ Advocacy

BY SAM SOKOL (JTA) — A student organization at Yeshiva University lost its official status after organizing a protest march calling for the establishment of a Gay-Straight Alliance Club and permission...

Leaders Honored at Teach NYS Gala

Teach NYS, a project of the Orthodox Union (OU) and a leading advocate for equitable funding for New York State’s nonpublic schools, recently honored State Sen. Shelley Mayer and...

Big News at Brandeis

Volcanos and Variables   The Brandeis fourth graders explored variables. Using lemon juice, Diet Coke, and iced tea, they predicted which variable would create the largest “volcanic” eruption. They scooped tablespoons...
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Woodmere Fire Department Hosts Fire Prevention Day

  The Woodmere Volunteer Fire Department opened its doors on October 6 to members of the community at its annual Fire Prevention Day. The event...

Millions in Default Judgments Entered Against 5T Firm Cardis

Default judgments for defrauding investors out of at least $30 million have been entered against several Five Towns residents as well as other individuals...

Halachic Musings: 19 Sukkos Rulings of Rav Elyashiv

Sukkos is upon us, and we are bereft of the gedolim of yesteryear. Not to fret, however, because we still have sefarim that tell...

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