Colors: Blue Color

On Monday, May 22, HALB eighth graders premiered their original Names, Not Numbers© documentary. Names, Not Numbers is a unique Holocaust oral history documentary project in which the students collect oral histories of survivors and create a film based on the experience.

SINAI Schools will hold their annual Unique Inspirations Student Art Show on Wednesday, June 7, 6-7:30 p.m. at the Kew Gardens Hills home of Sruli and Shandi Glaser. Generously sponsored by Bear Givers, the family-friendly event will feature artwork of students at its Irving Montak SINAI School@SAR Academy and SINAI@YCQ campuses, created through SINAI’s Paley-Mironov Art Therapy Program.

The MTA Sabermetrics Club (“saber” is an acronym for the Society of American Baseball Research) attended the Yankees game on Tuesday night, May 23. Aside from the fun of the game itself, in which the Yankees came back twice, finally tying the game on an Aaron Judge homer in the ninth and then winning in the tenth, the game presented the club with a unique opportunity to learn the analytical aspect of the game.

The Hebrew Academy of Nassau County is proud to announce the Class of 2023 Valedictorian and Salutatorians. Principal Rabbi Eli Slomnicki proudly remarked, “We take great pride that all three honorees have benefited from a complete K-12 HANC education! Our valedictorian, Adina Lippman, has distinguished herself in her scholarship both in General Studies and Limudei Kodesh, synthesizing passion for 21st century learning with a strong pursuit of the sciences and Torah exemplifying an ideal HANC student.  Co-salutatorians Ariela Haftel and Yaron Rahmani are Torah U’madda scholars.  Their commitment to Torah lishma along with the pursuit of general knowledge sets a tone of aspiration for their peers. 

On Tuesday, May 23, HANC High School’s 11 teams of engineering students participated in The Center for Initiatives in Jewish Education (CIJE) Innovation Day. Students from across the country were tasked with creating Capstone Projects that help to solve a problem by using an Arduino to engineer their designs and create a final product.  “Following the engineering design process is key to completing any innovation or invention.  I taught my students how to effectively track the plans for their projects and complete the requirements,” explained Professor Amrit Singh, HANC High School’s Engineering, Physics. and Math teacher.