Colors: Blue Color

On Taanis Esther, a group of Shevach students went to visit The Boulevard ALP to deliver mishloach manos provided by Agudath Israel of America, and to bring the spirit of Purim to the residents. With fun costumes and lively music, the elderly residents and the Shevach students alike had a memorable and uplifting experience.

Central (Yeshiva University High School for Girls) is fortunate to be selected as a participant in the Amazon Future Engineer program, in conjunction with curriculum provider EdHesive. The Amazon Future Engineer program is a comprehensive childhood-to-career program to inspire, educate, and train children and young adults to pursue careers in computer science. The program seeks to dramatically expand access to high caliber preparatory courses, curricular resources, and programs for schools and districts to help prepare and propel high school students forward in their pursuit of AP Computer Science education.

The Amazon Future Engineer opportunities are available for schools offering AP Computer Science for the first time. This opportunity will propel Central to further our commitment to enhancing the STEM opportunities for our students. This amazing opportunity will enable us to offer a compelling computer science curriculum that will both offer instruction and inspiration and further open the alluring world of STEM for our students.

Talmidim at the Rambam Mesivta celebrated Purim’s joy with their rebbeim in Brooklyn, Queens, and the Five Towns. During Purim day itself, the rebbeim opened their houses to the boys for singing, dancing, and nosh. In many cases, the talmidim joined their rebbeim for the full blown s’udah of challah, meat, and... soft drinks! Grape juice was offered to those who wanted to make a HaGafen.

What an amazing season the SKA Sonics basketball team had! With a record 11-1 and first-place seed, the team coached by Batsheva Aaron earned their way straight to the playoffs and on to being champions!

This past Tuesday, the Seventh Grade at Yeshiva Tiferes Moshe had the kavod of having Rabbi Shaul Arieli, rav of Congregation Ohel Yitzchok, join them for a siyum on Perek HaKoneis. Rabbi Arieli started by “fathering” the boys on the perek and was impressed by the depth of knowledge in the perek that the boys shared with him.

The sixth graders of the Bais Yaakov Academy of Queens have continued exploring a unit on matter. To review the parts of the atom in a creative and fun way, the girls each created an artistic atom using supplies such as pipe cleaners, sequins, buttons, gems, and rubber bands. The students created a key to identify the nucleus, protons, neutrons, and electrons. Each one is unique and informative! The masterpieces have been displayed in the classroom and halls for all to admire.