Rambam’s Valedictorian Benjy Wiener, Salutatorian Joshua Koegel, and Keter Shem Tov Award Winner Dovid Lichter represent everything Rambam stands for: a love of learning, commitment to chesed, leadership, midos, and a mission to the world.
SKA commencement exercises were held on Sunday, June 16, at DRS, where family members joined the graduates, SKA administration, and faculty members to honor this milestone. After stirring introductions by Mrs. Elisheva Kaminetsky, Principal, Religious Studies, and Mrs. Bluma Drebin, Principal, General Studies, Valedictorian Lauren Israeli, Salutatorian Adina Lev, and Kesser Shem Tov Awardee Devorah Schreier each addressed the audience.
On Thursday, June 20, MTA talmidim in Rabbi Genachowski’s Freshman Shiur had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be m’samei’ach chasan v’kallah at the wedding of an incredible couple who recently converted to Judaism. What an amazing way to welcome them to our community! Talmidim had a great time dancing with the chasan and even got to sing with Eitan Katz during the chupah.
HANC Middle School’s Eighth Grade Graduation took place on Thursday, June 20. It was held in the school’s auditorium. The room looked very festive with balloons and a “2019” arch through which the students walked down the aisle. The graduates looked extremely proud as they walked down the aisle, and their parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents were certainly shepping a lot of nachas.
On Wednesday, June 19, Ezra Academy held its annual graduation, an event that symbolizes the close of a chapter for the seniors – the end of a chapter filled with skills, growth, and memories that will last them long into their future stages of life. This year’s class was the largest in recent history, showing not only the growth of the seniors but the growth that the school itself has been experiencing.
MTA LEAD, an entrepreneurship program designed to empower MTA talmidim with the ability to build on their entrepreneurial ideas and create meaningful and sustainable business projects while gaining lasting business and communal leadership skills, announced its winner for the 2018-2019 school year. Sophomore Akiva Kra of Teaneck won the competition after presenting his final business plan for modular sneakers to Sy Syms School of Business Associate Dean Michael Strauss.