A Co-Educational Modern Orthodox Jewish Day School in the Heart of NYC
- TueFeb20 US Girls JV Basketball Practice 5:00 PM
- TueFeb20 US Girls Volleyball Practice 5:00 PM
- WedFeb21 US Girls Hockey Practice 5:00 PM
- WedFeb21 US Girls V Basketball Practice 5:00 PM
- WedFeb21 US Boys Soccer Practice 6:30 PM
- WedFeb21 US Girls Soccer Practice 6:30 PM
- ThuFeb22 MS Boys Basketball PLAYOFFS @Moriah
- ThuFeb22 Boys JV and V Basketball Practice 5:00 PM
- ThuFeb22 MS Girls Basketball @SAR 6:00 PM
- ThuFeb22 US JV Basketball PLAYOFFS @SAR 8:00 PM
- FriFeb23 PC 4th Grade Shabbaton
- FriFeb23 US Boys Baseball Practice 6:45 AM
News From Ramaz
Posted 02/07/2018 09:50PM
HINENI! During Presidents' week vacation, you can find Ramaz Upper School students answering the call in Israel and hurricane-worn Puerto Rico. In the first-ever Ramaz-chorus mission to Israel, members of the Upper School Chamber Choir and Chorus are traveling north to south, east to west, engaging in chesed activities, political discussions, Torah learning, musical and art workshops, and Israel education—while performing five concerts in seven days...
Posted 02/07/2018 09:45PM
The 10th grade World Jewish History classes visited the MET's new exhibition, "Thomas Cole's Journey: Atlantic Crossings." As part of the transnational 10th grade History curriculum, students have been exploring the experiences of industrialization, democratization, and the development of the nation-state on both sides of the Atlantic...
Posted 02/07/2018 09:41PM
Junior Art classes went on an excursion to see the beautiful David Hockney Retrospective. The show marks Hockney's 80th birthday with a large selection of his exuberant, light filled paintings, drawings & photographs...
Posted 02/07/2018 03:13PM
The 7th grade participated in its longstanding annual partnership with the Jewish Museum. In preparation for touring the current exhibit on display, Veiled Meanings: Fashioning Jewish Dress, guest artist Jeff Hopkins visited each class to enable students to preview some of the garments on display. Hopkins posed a series of questions to students, prompting them to look at each piece with a critical eye...
Posted 02/07/2018 12:06PM
The US French Culture Club met this week to experience "Le Plateau de Fromage." Students snacked on a variety of French cheeses including Camembert, Gruyere, goat cheese, and French butter. These imported cheeses were all conveniently purchased from the kosher supermarket, Pomegranate in Brooklyn...
Posted 02/07/2018 11:57AM
The Kindergarten celebrated Tu B'Shevat by joining the 5th graders in the MS for a holiday themed round robin. The 5th graders prepared a very meaningful morning for the younger students. The ECC children painted planters, played Tu B'Shevat Bingo, and decorated a large tree...
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