MA'OR YESHIVA HIGH SCHOOL of the Jersey Shore Celebrating 10 Years of Educational Excellence

Ma’or Yeshiva High School Of The Jersey Shore Celebrating 10 Years Of Educational Excellence July 2016

After eight long years of difficult schoolwork, routine homework assignments, a few displeasing report cards, and hours spent by the nurse’s office, you and your child have finally made it. Grade school is officially over and you’re more than ready to take the next step. It’s time for high school! If you’re like most parents, then Read More »

By Leon Sakkal

Fighting The Modern Day Yevanim July 2016

Hanukah is a celebration of many different things: victory of the few over the many, triumph of the holy over the profane, the wearisome fight against assimilation, and of course, the miracle of the pach shemen, the jug of oil. But what Hanukah ultimately represents is hope. And hope is something we need now more than ever. Although we live in an era with increasing hostility to our religious values, this is certainly not the first time in Read More »

By Leon Sakkal

Bringing Light Into Their Lives Hanukah At The Special Children’s Center July 2016

For typical families, life can be hectic Most are consumed with child-rearing, finances, meals, errands, and the like.. For families of special needs children, though, the stress of meeting these obligations can be overwhelming. These families especially appreciate The Special Children's Center, which runs numerous programs geared toward the special needs population and their families Read More »

By By: Miriam Sasson

Incredible Stats And Facts – December 2015 July 2016

Most Dreidels Spinning Simultaneously A group of adults and children in Tel Aviv set a new world record for dreidel spinning last December, 2014. Some 754 dreidels spun simultaneously for 10 seconds in a row at the Sarona complex in Tel Aviv. The previous record of 734 dreidels spinning simultaneously was set by United Synagogue Read More »

Letters – December 2015 July 2016

The ‘I-Deal’ Life Regarding last month’s cover story, The ‘I-Deal’ Life, there was one person who you forgot to mention - my grandfather Charles A. Serouya. He started the first minyan class & Shaharit services in Deal.  I remember he would make a dozen phone calls to recruit people to come, and  I used to Read More »

Mabrouk July 2016

Births – Baby Boy Zacky & Lisa Chrem Rabbi Menashe & Irah Ashkenazi Ikey & Amy Gammal Abie & Gloria Haboba Rabbi Mordechai & Sarah Semah Rabbi Mordechai & Michelle Amon Rabbi Joey & Sarah Feinberg David & Naomi Seror Amerique & Raquel Ashear Births – Baby Girl Eliyahu & Mazal Abady Ezra & Jacqueline Read More »

Ny Life Presents… If You’re Going To Make A Move – Make It A Good One July 2016

We all know how hard it can be to find a job - especially a good one. But if you’ve been thinking about making a career change, now may be the perfect time. The job market is turning around and some industries and professions are thriving. The trick is to do your homework and make sure that the next move you Read More »

This Month’s Topic: Food Science July 2016

Why do bananas turn brown? When you peel, bruise, or cut fruits or vegetables, certain chemicals in the food react with the oxygen in the air. This chemical reaction is called oxidation. The banana turns into a brownish color, because when exposed to oxygen from the air around it, the plant tissue releases an enzyme Read More »

Danger In The Dark July 2016

Contrary to popular belief, Hanukah is not just about parties and donuts.  It is, in essence, a time for teshuvah, to leave our state of “darkness,” to recognize where we need to improve, and to make the necessary changes in our lives. There is something unique about Hanukah that sets it apart from other holidays Read More »

By Rabbi Eli J. Mansour

Innovative Programs At Yeshivat Shaare Torah Create A Buzz July 2016

Educators everywhere grapple with the question:  how do you reach today’s adolescents in a meaningful way?  The administration at Yeshivat Shaare Torah has come up with innovative programs to do just this – reach their students in ways which appeal to them on many levels.  Over the past two years the Rosh Yeshiva, Rabbi Hillel Haber, and the principal, Rabbi Amram Kuessous, have worked closely with the junior high school Rabbanim to institute a number of exciting programs with great incentives that are creating a buzz among students Read More »

By Machla Abramo
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