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The Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway (HAFTR) will honor its four heads of school, at its 36th Annual Dinner on motzai Shabbat, Feb. 22. more
Following Rosh Mesivta Rabbi Zev Meir Friedman’s trip to visit the Rambam alumni learning in Yeshivot in Israel, Rambam Gemara Iyun Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Ziskind found himself surrounded by Rambam talmidim, sharing in Torah and learning. more
Thanks to the innovative and fantastic math teachers at HANC’s Samuel & Elizabeth Bass Golding Elementary School, in West Hempstead, students in all grades are learning and having fun with math! more
The sounds of lively music and dancing filled the air at Davis Renov Stahler (DRS) Yeshiva High School’s 17th annual Parent-Son Melave Malka. more
The Lawrence School District and the Hebrew Academy of Long Beach (HALB) have finalized contract negotiations concerning the sale of the Number Six School in Woodmere. more
Kulanu Academy in Cedarhurst showcased its school spirit with crafts, writing workshops and cooking during National School Choice Week, last week. more
The Lawrence School District Board of Education voted Monday night to sell the vacant Number Six School in Woodmere to the Hebrew Academy of Long Beach (HALB), pending ongoing negotiations for what trustees said would add millions in value to the potential transaction. more
The artwork of two students in HAFTR High School’s Art Institute program will be displayed in the 24th Annual Legislative Student Art Exhibition in Albany later this month. more
Frogs here, frogs there, frogs are jumping into kindergarten math activities! After learning in Parshat HaShavuah about the plagues that struck the Egyptians, kindergarten students at HANC’s Samuel & Elizabeth Bass Golding Elementary School, in West Hempstead, were surprised to find frogs on their math papers! more
Last year, Dr. Rochelle Brand, principal of HAFTR Middle School, understood that the universal challenge of bully prevention was a critical need for the students. Mrs. Yali Werzberger, the school’s psychologist and director of student services, identified the evidence-based Olweus Bully Prevention Program as a program that could help address this need. The school community eagerly embraced the program and implemented it throughout last year. Now, with their extensive training in the program, students at HAFTR Middle School are well-aware of how to identify, prevent, report and respond to bullying behavior. more
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