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Ask two Jews, you get three opinions—or is it four? Two millennia after the fall of the Second Temple—due, it is said, to the bickering among factions—not much has changed. From J … more
The Shulamith School for Girls’ Middle Division celebrated literacy with a week of special programming. On Tuesday, storyteller Gerald Fierst, of Encore Performing Arts, inspired the girls … more
More than 325 people participated in the 38th annual dinner of the Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway, held Sunday night at the HAFTR Sports Complex in Lawrence. This year, the HAFTR … more
The junior class of the Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls enjoyed an amazing Shabbaton filled with ruach and achdut last weekend in Woodmere, with all of the “out of towners” … more
Eighth grade girls from various incoming schools took part in the annual “Day in the Life at HANC High School” last Thursday, providing our applicants with the unique opportunity to see … more
Students of Shulamith School for Girls had the time of their lives last week, as they engaged in some serious hands-on learning!  Under the guidance of Steven Frankel, of Hamidrasha … more
There were pink banners, pink posters, pink streamers and a sea of pink-wearing students on Pink Day, last Wednesday at the Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls. To show their support for … more
How do we prepare kids for jobs that don’t exist yet?  This is the question the Education Technology team at Hebrew Academy of Five Towns and Rockaway has been puzzling through for the … more
Every class from first through eighth grade at Yeshiva of South Shore took part in a special assembly at which they heard an impassioned address on Krias Shema Al Hamita, by Rav Dov Keilson, … more
As part of the Adopt-A-Survivor project, eighth graders at Yeshiva Darchei Torah met, interviewed and absorbed the life stories of a group of Holocaust survivors, including the great-grandparents of … more
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