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It’s open house season for Jewish day schools. At last Sunday’s event at the Stella K. Abraham HS for Girls in Hewlett Bay Park, prospective enrollees were welcomed by students (from left) Aliza … more
With each grade in Shulamith School for Girls “adopting” different chessed organizations to support, the fifth grade jumped on the bandwagon by establishing Ten Chiyuch in conjunction with the … more
More than 600 grandparents joined their grandsons in a day of learning at Yeshiva of South Shore in Hewlett on Sundat. The menhael, Rabbi Avraham Robinson, said the event symbolized the continuity of … more
SKA’s new program, Girls RISE (Reach with Independent learning, Scholars, and Enriching Experiences), had its kickoff dinner on Tuesday evening, Nov. 5. This … more
The DRS Yeshiva HS for Boys was filled to capacity on Sunday at the school’s annual Open House. DRS hosted over 190 prospective students and their parents. Walking onto the campus, attendees … more
On Tuesday, wounded IDF soldiers visited the the Brandeis School on behalf of El Ami, a nonprofit organization that financially supports those injured during combat in Israel and strives to enhance … more
On Wednesday, Nov. 6, 26 HAFTR HS student athletes boarded a plane Los Angeles to participate in the fifth annual Steve Glouberman Basketball Tournament hosted by Shalhevet HS. The HAFTR Hawks boys … more
Rav Eliyahu Saldinger teaches his second grade talmidim at Yeshiva Darchei Torah in Far Rockaway about the lulav and esrog, important mitzvot attached to Sukkos, which begins Sunday night. more
Achiezer drew several hundred people to its Jewish Healthcare Conference & Expo on Sunday in the new TWA Hotel at JFK. Achiezer President Boruch Ber Bender (pictured wecoming to the event his … more
When Leilah Abelman moved to Long Island from San Diego to attend Hofstra University last year, she encountered anti-Semitism on the Hempstead campus, she wrote last week in a Hofstra Chronicle … more
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