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HANC High School and its Jewish Poor Committee were privileged to host a Project Ezra Model Seder. This event provided a mock Pesach Seder experience to elderly Jews from the Lower East Side who … more
HAFTR’s second grade artists and observers visited the Whitney Museum of American Art and the High Line. Students viewed contemporary works by artists such as Alexander Calder, Jasper Johns and … more
Fifth grade students in Rabbi Elie Bashevkin’s Language Arts class of the Samuel and Elizabeth Bass Golding Elementary School in West Hempstead created beautiful compositions for the Grannie … more
In the weeks leading up to Purim, teachers and administrators of Great Neck’s Silverstein Hebrew Academy arranged for students to participate in activities that touched on the history of the … more
Excitement filled the hallways of Shulamith Middle Division as the long-awaited Science Fair arrived. For weeks, students had prepared by learning the Scientific Method, deliberating project … more
At 7 am on March 16, 61 Shulamith seventh graders set out for a day of learning and fun in Philadelphia, beginning with the Live Liquid Air Show at the Franklin Institute. The girls viewed … more
Matt Yaniv Yeshiva University’s Sy Syms School of Business announced will offer a new master’s degree in taxation. “In a competitive job market, the technical skills and … more
By Moshe Weiner, Grade 12 Over 100 students from HAFTR High School participated in the third annual Bowl-A-Thon, raising over $15,159 for Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem. Shaare Zedek … more
The Science Olympiad Team of the Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls made an incredible effort at the Olympiad held at Lander College for Men on March 19, making sixth place out of 12 … more
For many years the Jewish community in Lithuania flourished. Bcause of the great scholars who lived there, its capital, Vilna, was referred to as the Jerusalem of … more
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