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News From Ramaz

Posted 12/10/2017 10:51PM
In Morah Orit's 8th Grade Hebrew classes, students learned about the Jewish people's journey from the former Soviet Union to Israel in the 1970's. At the conclusion of the unit, Morah Orit invited Rabbi Lookstein to tell the students of his involvement in this Aliyah and of his friendship with 'Refusnik' Natan Sharansky...
Posted 12/10/2017 10:51PM
Last week, the 8th grade STEM class began their unit on physical computing (crafting + circuitry). The first activity of the unit taught students about the components that make up a circuit and how electricity moves...
Posted 12/10/2017 10:44PM
On Wednesday, throughout their lunch periods and after school, students participated in different service projects. "Giving" their time was a personal way to commemorate Albert Missry z"l and to observe the sheloshim, the end of the first 30 days of mourning. Inherent to his nature, Albert always could sense when someone needed a boost, and he gave unconditionally of his time and talents...
Posted 12/10/2017 10:44PM
Over the course of the past few weeks, the Ramaz senior and junior grades partook in a three-part series that explored the concept of honesty in many different work fields. The past two speakers, Jacob Doft and Seth Lipsky, addressed the topic of honesty in different areas, the former in business and the latter in news-reporting. For the last speaker of the three-part series, students heard from Professor Schizer, the fourteenth Dean of Columbia Law School and current CEO of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee...
Posted 12/10/2017 10:43PM
On Tuesday the entire senior grade traveled across Central Park to visit one of three exhibits. Students in Dr. Jucovy's Space class and Mr. Klotz's Astronomy class went to the Hayden Planetarium to watch the "Dark Universe" and learn about the structure and history of the universe and our place within it...
Posted 12/10/2017 10:42PM
Congratulations to Elizabeth N. '20, Rachel A.'20, Rebecca A.'18, and Yaara K. '20 for winning all of their games at last week's Torah Bowl and coming first place in their division!

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