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Posted Wednesday, Nov 18, 2020 5:28:00 PM
Upper School students went skating at Wollman Rink this week and returned to hot chocolate and muffins from Dunkin Donuts! The weather was gorgeous and students had the rink to themselves!
Posted Wednesday, Nov 11, 2020 11:18:00 PM
Ramaz freshman had an opportunity last week to visit Central Park. Students were divided into random groups so they would be able to meet more people in their grade in an informal setting. They had different tasks and places to find and had fun getting to know the park and each other a little bit better.
Posted Wednesday, Nov 11, 2020 5:34:00 PM
Our eighth graders explored the North Woods of Central Park, a 40-acre refuge offering a taste of the Adirondack Mountains. Students hiked along the area's winding paths, socialized, enjoyed a snack, and concluded the day with davening Mincha in the park, a powerful way to help students connect to the natural world through tefillah and God's presence.
Posted Wednesday, Nov 4, 2020 5:15:00 PM
What better way for our Pre-K Keshet students to cement learning a new letter of the alphabet than on a neighborhood walk? First learning the sound and motion of the letter "D," students then searched for and identified dogs, doors, and a delivery man. The children also pointed out when they found the letter "D" on street signs.
Posted Wednesday, Oct 28, 2020 5:50:00 PM
Nursery and Pre-K students have begun weekly neighborhood walks, a time to explore and discover our own "back yard." Each class will enjoy a designated time to observe the sights and sounds, all the while accompanied by a member of the Ramaz security team.
Posted Wednesday, Oct 21, 2020 3:14:00 PM
Seventh graders headed to Central Park to debate the merits of mandatory voting in the United States. After discussing and debating the topic, the same group took part in a spontaneous fall activity – catching falling leaves, pictured above.
Posted Wednesday, Sep 30, 2020 8:22:00 PM
Seventh grade math honors students discovered firsthand that graphing can be used as a real-world tool to express a relationship between two variables. Using Central Park as a backdrop, students created graphs with variables they observed inside the park, including the number of runners and walkers, the time, and temperature.
Posted Tuesday, Sep 29, 2020 3:27:00 PM
How can we work together to achieve a common goal? Fifth graders experienced firsthand that collaboration is the key. As part of a pre-Sukkot activity, Middle Student Activities Coordinator Ms. Sandy Dweck took each fifth-grade class to Central Park, challenging them to work together to move a ball balanced on a ring along a series of strings to drop it into a bucket. Success!
Posted Wednesday, Mar 11, 2020 1:42:00 PM
Honors senior Biology students visited the Harlem DNA Lab, the world's first science center devoted entirely to genetics education. Students were able to perform Restriction Enzyme Analysis while learning techniques utilizing restriction enzymes and gel electrophoresis...
Posted Wednesday, Feb 19, 2020 2:31:00 PM
Third grade students went on an exciting trip to the Museum of Math! The trip provided a great opportunity for students to discover and explore math in a fun and hands-on way. While many may think of math as primarily a numerical discipline, our third graders experienced the many exciting -- and sometimes unexpected ways -- that math is present in our daily lives...
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