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Children from YOSS’ early childhood center visited Grant Park for Tashlich, throwing their aveiros away and posing for this photo. more
Seventh graders at Yeshiva of South Shore celebrat- ed their collective Bar Mitzvos and the mitzvah of tefil- lin that they’ve begun to observe, at a program that included a gala breakfast, … more
Students in Yeshiva South Shore’s Mechina Division were visited by two Holocaust survivors, Jack Nayberg and Dora Siegelman. Rabbi Yoni Escovitz, a seventh grade rebbi at YOSS and rav of … more
While it may be a big word for preschoolers, talmidim at Yeshiva of South Shore’s Early Childhood Center got to experience metamorphosis firsthand, welcoming caterpillars to their … more
Over 20,000 mishnayos were learned in memory of Rav Binyamin Kamenetzky, zt”l, by more than 150 fifth through eighth grade boys at Yeshiva of South Shore. They were not scattered mishnayos, … more
The fourth grade boys at Yeshiva of South Shore turned a skating trip into a science adventure when they visited United Skates of America. The day started with a STEM lesson on the different … more
As Shavuos approached, talmidim at Yeshiva of South Shore’s Early Childhood Center were treated to an in-depth lesson on the making of a sefer Torah. … more
Yeshiva of South Shore Mechina students were selected to represent the school at the annual Inter-Yeshiva Science Congress. Top photo (from left): Eitan Kaplowitz, Yitzchak Losev, Coby Pollack, … more
At Andrew J. Parisi Park: Thousands flocked to this Cedarhurst venue, where a blazing bonfire, an acrobatic display, archery, food and more helped pump up the fun. more
In honor of Yom Ha’atzmaut, Yeshiva of South Shore Early Childhood Center talmidimfastened their seatbelts for a “trip” to Israel. They explored the country while davened at … more
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