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  • Alumni Lunch & Learn Next Week

    Posted May 4, 2015

    In our continuing efforts to keep connected to our alumni and provide a variety of programming to different age groups, Rabbi Adler will give a shiur next week at the office of alumnus Aaron Safier '01. Alumni and alumni parents are welcome.

  • Wiener Wednesday!

    Posted May 4, 2015

    The TABC Juniors have already started raising money for their senior trip with fundraisers like Wiener Wednesday.

  • 9th Grade Bio Studies Enzymes

    Posted May 4, 2015

    This week, students in Mrs. Goldenberg's 9th grade Biology class took an active role in understanding the function of enzymes in the digestive process. Students performed tests using indicators to determine if various enzymes had any effect on particular nutrients as time passed.

  • STORM Track Blows Away the Competition

    Posted May 4, 2015

    This past Sunday, the Storm Track Team went for gold. The group of 16 runners went to Flatbush for the 1st meet of the season. There they competed against Flatbush, Frisch, Heschel, Kushner, Ramaz and SAR. Placing high in every event, Coach Tom Francese walked away certain of victory in the 1st of many meets. In the 100 meter TABC placed 2nd. In the 200 meter, they came in 1st. For the quarter mile, they placed in 2nd and 3rd. The boys came in both 1st and 2nd in the half mile, 1st in the mile, and 2nd in the 2 miler. Even after those exhausting races, the team got together for the quarter mile and mile relays, coming in 1st for both. After many races and other events, TABC rose victorious, scoring more points than all the other schools combined with a massive 112 points! The team has high hopes for the rest of the season, working hard for a perfect streak.

  • TABC Competes in Washington, DC

    Posted May 4, 2015

    Eight TABC students traveled to the DC area with Dr. Garry Katz to compete in the National History Bowl and Bee, a national competition held in Arlington, Virginia. Contestants in this competition are some of the top history students in the United States. In a special competition, the TABC JV team won the Lorenz Cup and the Varsity team took 2nd place. While they were able to participate in much of the competition, the team did not compete in the History Bowl Championship because it was held on Shabbat. The group spent Shabbat at the George Washington University, which gave them a real feel for the college Shabbat experience. The trip would not have taken place without the support of Rabbi Josh Kahn who helped to make the arrangements and without the help of Mr. Ari Fishkind (father of Aaron '16) who came along to help. The competition showed the strength of the History program at TABC and the students are looking forward to next year. Click here to read the full story.

  • TABC Victorious in NJ Math League Competition

    Posted May 4, 2015

    In the sixth and final competition of the NJ Math League, TABC students scored an impressive 25 points. We ended in 4th place of 35 schools in Bergen County and we were commended for being a high scoring school in the state. We are the 1st place yeshiva in New Jersey and the 2nd place yeshiva in the entire metropolitan area.

    Congratulations to the over 50 students who participated in the NJML and especially to our high scorers for the year: Yehuda Koslowe 1st place, Jonah Ganchrow 2nd place, Daniel Zolty 3rd place, Hillel Koslowe 4th place, Eli Hyman 5th place and Orrin Kigner and A. J. Book who tied for 6th place. The Math League advisor is Mrs. Irene Stein.

  • Annual Scholarship Breakfast

    Posted April 24, 2015
    SAVE THE DATE
    Annual Scholarship Breakfast June 7, 2015 @9:30am Honoring Leora Fineberg & Jeff Levine Inaugurating the Bruce Ritholtz z"l Scholarship Fund
    Invitations should arrive in the next week
  • Community-Wide Shavuot Learning Program with TABC Rabbeim

    Posted April 24, 2015

    Many of our TABC Rabbeim will be giving shiurim throughout the Teaneck area erev Shavuot/Shabbat, and both days of Shavuot. Click here for a draft schedule and sponsorship information. More details on shiurim to follow.

  • Singing Volunteers at Paul's Place

    Posted April 24, 2015

    Tai Gerszberg and Moshe Stewart use their talents to serenade the guests during a Chesed trip to Paul's Soup Kitchen Monday.

  • AP Government Class Learns About Freedom of Religion

    Posted April 24, 2015

    The AP US Government and Politics class, as part of their discussion of civil liberties and civil rights, had the opportunity to hear from Mr. Joel Haims an attorney at Morrison and Forster, and the father of Alex '15. He shared with the students his involvement in a number of religious rights or freedom cases. His ability to describe the cases, explain his role and answer questions left the students with a new understanding of religion based cases and how they are handled in the courts.