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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
JUMP, a national program run by NCSY, offers teens skills-training, along with the opportunity to demonstrate on-the-ground leadership by creating projects and programs in their schools and … 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
Dozens of students, faculty and alumni of Zionist-oriented day schools in Long Island’s Five Towns were among an estimated 18,000 participants — including 4,000 campus representatives … more
Felice Ackerman, co-director of the Early Childhood Center at the Hebrew Academy of Long Beach, greeted children by their first names as they entered their new school on Monday, following up with a … more
The chanting for Magic Al grew louder and louder as the children of HALB Lev Chana Early Childhood Center eagerly waited for the hilarious antics of this much loved performer. … more
There were 30,000 participants in this year’s Jerusalem Winner Marathon, held last Friday, March 17, including students from Long Island day schools who were Running for SHALVA, an association … more
SKA Color War 2017 will go down as one of the school’s most fun and competitive. In order to break out Color War on Monday, Feb. 27, Rabbi Yosef Zakutinsky, director of student programs, and … more
DRS Juniors Aaron Singer and Uri Ash have placed first and fifth, respectively, in the National Jerusalem Science Contest, a competitive and prestigious contest sponsored by the Jerusalem College of … more
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