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Community members and elected officials stood proudly stood together celebrated the start of construction at 120 Ave. M, where a new center of operations and HASC Center Campus will [soon] … more
A fifth grade boys Melave Malka filled HAFTR’s lunchroom with sounds of Torah learning. Under the direction of Rabbi Weiss, fifth grade rebbe, the talmedim and their chavrutot delved into … more
HANC HS freshmen and sophomore girls spent Shabbat Veyera in West Hempstead, at a Shabbaton filled with Torah learning, ruach, bonding, good food, laughter, and much more. The Shabbaton began with … more
As Mercaz Academy in Plainview, the full-time Director of Technology, Lynda Last (at right assisting Grade 5 teacher Katherine Papaccioli), ensures that every teacher is well-equipped to use the best … more
With the introduction of the Beit Midrash Fellowship program at the Stella K. Abraham HS for Girls two years ago, SKA students have been benefiting from innovative and inspiring opportunities for … more
The Marylin and Sheldon David IVDU boys upper school in Brooklyn offers driver’s ed to eligible students.  IVDU, a network of OU Yachad schools for those with mild-to-moderate learning, … more
MTA 9th graders have been paired with 12th-grade talmidim, meetingt several times throughout the year to learn together. The relationships are becoming one of mentorship and guidance as the 12th … more
Yeshiva University and cybersecurity — the former conjures up images of Jewish tradition and religious study; the latter takes a deep dive into a high-tech digital world of criminals and rogue … more
As the final bell of the day rang at HAFTR High School and students boarded their buses home, a group of girls gathered together for a meaningful night of learning and bonding. On Oct. 26, girls … more
A group of students from the Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls boarded a plane to New Orleans on Nov. 2, for a life-changing experience organized by NCSY … more
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