Gesher celebrates Rosh Chodesh

Gesher celebrates Rosh Chodesh

Gesher celebrated Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan with a spectacular animal show. The children enjoyed seeing and learning about the animals’ habitats and

The Many Roles of Pharmacists

October is American Pharmacists Month, a celebration in support of pharmacists around the country. In honor of this health observance, Touro College
Greater By Grade Challenge

Greater By Grade Challenge

Shulamith High School is known for finding ways to keep the energy up and the environment positive even during these difficult times. Last Thursday,
Reinforcing Good Middot in Our Children

Reinforcing Good Middot in Our Children

As members of the Jewish community, HALB believes in instilling the importance of social responsibility and respect in their students. The HALB
Tracking Hate

Tracking Hate

Simon Wiesenthal Center’s Eastern Director Michael Cohen met this week with NYPD Chief Chaplain Rabbi Dr. Alvin Kass to demonstrate support,
The Community Calls for Shabbos Times

The Community Calls for Shabbos Times

By Jennifer S. Zwiebel Jennifer S. Zwiebel The phone lines were ringing like crazy at Jewish Education Program of Long Island (JEP-LI) before the
A Sukkos of Inspiration, Energy, And Achdus

A Sukkos of Inspiration, Energy, And Achdus

While Sukkos may have looked different this year than it has in previous years, MTA infused yom tov with its signature inspiration, energy, and

Social Emotional Learning

Supporting the growth and development of the whole child, maintaining a sense of community and togetherness, and positioning students to be their

SKA Say Tashlich

The weather was perfect for a short stroll to a pond near SKA in Hewlett Bay Park.  Taking advantage of the physical beauty so close to their,

Hands-On Learning

Once you are already learning Hilchos Sukkah with your class, why not learn about it in real life? Rabbi Stein had his fifth graders of Siach