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News From Ramaz

Posted 03/03/2019 06:09PM
Congratulations to the Varsity and JV Boys Basketball teams on each winning the Legacy Tournament at Basketball City!
Posted 03/03/2019 06:04PM
Congratulations to our 8th grade boys on their first round playoff win over Hillel 46-43 in an exciting game! Their next opponent will be Noam in the semifinals. Our girls team had a very impressive win in the second game over RPRY and will face the winner of the Hillel/Kushner game next week. A special thank you to Coach Candel for all his hard work and dedication leading up to this point. GO RAMS!
Posted 02/27/2019 03:23PM
The children in kindergarten have been counting the days of school since day one. In celebration of the much anticipated 100th day that arrived this week, all four kindergarten classes started their day together...
Posted 02/27/2019 02:41PM
With an interest in transportation, K-Tcheylet chose to learn about trains. First, they visited the subway on 86th street, where they saw the ticket booth, signs, tracks, and the trains....
Posted 02/27/2019 02:25PM
Sixth graders participated in the first of a three-part workshop dedicated to Opera music presented by the Manhattan School of Music.The workshop supports their music class where they have learned opera terms an analyzed a few famous arias. To listen...
Posted 02/27/2019 01:40PM
The Upper School was honored to host doctorate candidates this week. Dr. Moshe Sokolow, Associate Dean, Fanya Gottesfeld-Heller Professor, at Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education & Administration, summed up the visit. "Twenty students at Yeshiva University's Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration spent a day at the Ramaz Upper School experiencing the quality of instruction and learning in both Judaic and general studies. These students are enrolled in an executive doctoral program in preparation for assuming administrative positions in American day schools and are currently concentrating their studies on learning and cognition and instructional leadership, which they found to meet the highest professional standards at Ramaz. They are grateful to Mr. Jonathan Cannon, Rabbi Shlomo Stochel, Rabbi Kenny Schiowitz, departmental chairs, faculty, and students for their hospitality and insights."

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