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The art classes at S.K.A. and HAFTR were all filled with student-made banners portraying Israeli flags, kippot and themes of every respective yeshiva. As New York City prepares for the festivities celebrating Israel’s independence, Long Islanders are gearing up for a day of great tribute and emotion. more
They raised questions, hypothesized, tested and made winning designs, earning prizes at the Yeshiva Science Olympiad on March 6. This year’s venue was Touro College’s Lander College for Men, welcoming students into its lab classrooms. “It’s important for the Orthodox community to contribute to science for the betterment of the world. We welcome these talented young men and women on our campus,” said Dean Dr. Moshe Sokol. more
Gabrielle Lovett, of Woodmere, is HAFTR’s Class of 2012 Valedictorian. At HAFTR Gabrielle was Captain of College Bowl, President of Model Congress, President of the National Honor Society, and participated in the following: Math Team, Science and Engineering Club, Science Research, Volleyball, Food Delivery to the Needy, Intel Competition. She plans to major in Chemistry at Columbia University. more
The harmonizing voices of four choirs reverberated through HAFTR High School’s capacity filled auditorium to resounding cheers and applause from the audience last Wednesday for HAFTR’s 5th Annual Girls’ Choir Competition. more
This time of year we often get caught up buying costumes, packaging our Mishloach Manot, and preparing our beautiful Purim meals, and rightfully so. Purim is a joyous holiday that requires tons of preparation, but this past Wednesday night students of SKA, DRS, and HAFTR came together under Philanthropy For The Future and Heart to Heart to create more than 75 Purim packages for sick children in LIJ’s Cohen’s Medical Center. more
Twenty five Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls students, accompanied by faculty member Rikki Fishbein, parents and grandparents, joined over 1,000 thousand citizen activists on May 17, at … more
A behind-the-scenes look at New York’s annual Salute to Israel By Yaffi Spodek Issue of May 22, 2009 / 28 Iyar 5769 Months of intensive planning are often required to organize a one-day … more
After years of praying and hoping, letter writing and vigils, students from DRS, SKA and Rambam Mesivta were able to meet with Gilad Shalit and members of his army unit over the course of a ten-day visit to the United States. more
Challenging students to focus on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and having them use that knowledge to produce a project which could spur them to a career applying those principles is the mission of the Manhattan-based Center for Initiatives in Jewish Education. The eight-year-old center hosted its second annual Young Engineers conference at the Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway (HAFTR) on May 30. more
By Yaffi Spodek Special to the web / Posted May 20, 2009 / Iyar 27 5769 A girl has been diagnosed with the H1N1 virus, also known as swine flu, at the Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls … more
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