A Co-Educational Modern Orthodox Jewish Day School in the Heart of NYC
- ThuNov22 No Sessions
- ThuNov22 Thanksgiving
- FriNov23 No Sessions
- FriNov23 Candle Lighting 4:15 PM
- SatNov24 Vayishlach
- SatNov24 Havdallah 5:12 PM
- MonNov26 MS Boys (Grade 8) Basketball vs. MDS 5:30 PM
- MonNov26 MS Girls Basketball vs. MDS 7:00 PM
- MonNov26 US Girls V Basketball @West 7:00 PM
- MonNov26 US Boys Basketball vs TABC 7:30 PM
- TueNov27 US Boys JV and V Hockey @JEC 7:00 PM
- TueNov27 US Boys JV Basketball vs Westchester 7:30 PM
News From Ramaz
ECC Highlights: From A Traveling Planetarium To A Self-Made Gym To Going Under The Sea, The ECC Is Packed With Great Experiences!
Posted 11/14/2018 10:28PM
Several of the Kindergarten classes spent weeks studying the sun, moon and stars. As a culminating activity, Cosmic I.Q a traveling planetarium came to Ramaz. Many of the children have never seen a planetarium and seeing a large dome in the middle of the auditorium raised many questions....
Posted 11/14/2018 10:14PM
To mark Kristallnacht, the Upper School held special programming for each grade. Freshmen heard from Rabbi Lookstein, sophomores heard from Ms. Katherine Meade, Director of Education at The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect, and juniors and seniors heard from Kristallnacht witness and Holocaust survivor, Mrs. Ruth Zimbler....
Posted 11/14/2018 09:49PM
In honor of the observance of Kristallnacht, the Middle School students had the privilege of hearing from our own Rabbi Lookstein. Rabbi Lookstein spoke about how the American and American Jewish communities responded to the tragic events in Europe. Based on the research for his book, Were We Our Brothers' Keepers, Rabbi Lookstein concluded that most American Jews kept to "business as usual," out of fear of local anti-semitism, rather than reacting to what was befalling their brothers and sisters in Europe. On a personal note, Rabbi Lookstein mentioned how, when he was a student, he would not wear a kippa or openly carry a Hebrew book on the street. He is pleased that we live in a country where a Jew donning a kippa can now walk proudly down the street....
Posted 11/14/2018 09:31PM
On Monday morning, Upper School students paid tribute to our American veterans. A guest veteran addressed each grade, at their respective minyan. The veterans shared their personal reasons for serving and our students were in awe of their humility, their dedication to serve, and how relatable they each were....
Posted 11/14/2018 03:09PM
The Middle School began giving out their weekly Mensch of the Week award! Teachers recommend the student in each grade who they feel is worthy of recognition. Teachers have been sending in recommendations for students who they have witnessed act in a worthy and menschly way! As we work towards fulfilling our goal of teaching about menschlichkeit and reinforcing this core communal value, we are proud to announce last week's awardees, whom as a group, demonstrate kindness, a willingness to extend a helping hand to others, honesty and integrity.: Congratulations to: Jack F. (Grade 5); Serena O. (Grade 6); Ashley B. (Grade 7); Eliana D. (Grade 8)!
Posted 11/14/2018 03:09PM
This past Monday, the Middle School students had the opportunity to hear one of our very own Ramaz faculty members speak about her experience in the U.S. Army. Ms. Lisa Laventure spoke about her patriotism as a main reason for joining the army. We learned about the difficulties of boot camp and how for one year Lisa attended The Defense Language Institute where she learned Czech. She also spoke about the difficulties of being a family member to someone who is in the army. Thank you, Ms. Laventure, for your service.
Ramaz is a school where students discover the best in themselves and in others, where they develop a lifelong love of learning, and where they use their gifts to make the world a better place.