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HALB hosted a beautiful winter-themed Melava Malka last month. The fifth grade choir did an outstanding job performing, the eighth grade carnival was a hit and the dancing was phenomenal. more
HALB students were privileged to watch the allergy-aware performance of Kyle Dine, a food allergy educator who created and delivered a powerful … more
Under rules set in November by state Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia, New York’s private schools, including its Jewish day schools, are required to offer 36 hours of instruction in … more
From left: Councilman Anthony D’Esposito,  Mr. Richard Altabe, Councilwoman Chumi Diamond, and Mrs. Gail Rusgo. In preparation for Election Day, fifth-graders at HALB heard from Long … more
Robby Letterman of the Madison Programs demonstrates the Heimlich maneuver on Rabbi Nossi Lieberman during a course in various life-saving skills. more
At HALB, sixth graders enjoyed a leadership challenge workshop with Rabbi Tani Prero in which faculty participated. more
Chessed and fun fill each day at HALB’s Avnet Country Day School. At left, campers participated in a special car wash to benefit Tomchei Shabbos Yad Yeshaya of the Five Towns. In center, … more
“Safety first” was the theme at Avnet’s staff orientation, with 300 staffers attending educational workshops guided by director Daniel Stroock on campus security, water safety, … more
The HALB staff, led by parent Naomi Nachman, ended the year with a Chopped cooking competition that left everyone laughing and well-fed. The staff was presented with a “mystery bowl” … more
HALB eighth graders presented the culmination of their year long “Names Not Numbers” project. This is a unique Holocaust oral history documentary project in which the students themselves … more
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