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Anticipating starting a new school can be intimidating, but not for the Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls’ Class of 2021, who participated in SKA’s Yom Chaverut on Sunday, May … more
An arts education builds skills including the four Cs: Creativity, Critical Thinking, Communication and Collaboration. Throughout the grades at HAFTR, students are … more
Harav Binyomin Kamenetzky, a pioneer in the establishment and growth of Orthodox Judaism in the Five Towns, was niftar on erev Shabbos. Thousands attended his levaya on Sunday at the Yeshiva of South … more
U.S. Ambassador to Israel David M. Friedman made an unannounced visit to HAFTR High School last Friday. Friedman, a Five Towner who lives in Woodsburg, spoke with students and faculty about his … more
DRS’s fourth color war competition, staged before Pesach, was different, with each grade for themselves. Events began with intense games of musical chairs and Simon Says, which came down to the … more
Rabbi Libman, Rabbi Jacobs, and all the guests who came to HALB who joined the school’s fourth grade talmidim in the celebration of their Mishnas Siyum had a tremendous amount of nachat. The … more
Sara Duani, who serves as Jewish Studies Curriculum Coordinator and a Jewish Studies teacher at Yeshiva Har Torah, was recently named a Jewish Education Project Young Pioneers Award winner for … more
The second grade had a marvelous time on their recent trip to the New York Hall of Science.  They saw the film “The Little Giants” about a chipmunk, his environment, and … more
Ariella Feuchtwanger had never tried computer programming before she enrolled at Touro’s Lander College of Arts and Sciences in Flatbush. This year, the Touro College senior is spending her … more
In 1941, hundreds of students from European yeshivos traveled to the Far East to escape Nazi persecution. Before reaching Shanghai, they temporarily settled in Kobe, on the Japanese island of Honshu. … more
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