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By Esther Klavan, Director, SINAI Shalem High School at TABC on Oct 6, 2016
It is widely known among educators that students learn through a variety of modalities. Some students’ learning styles are obvious to the observer taking a sneak peek into a classroom setting, while other styles take some creativity to unwrap and discover.  The most common modalities through which individuals best learn are: visual, auditory, tactile, and kinesthetic. By determining the styles through which students best absorb content and skills, educators can tailor lessons to allow for optimal learning and success.Take the visual learner. He is the student who just needs to see the...
By Anonymous on Sep 23, 2016
Another beautiful note from a happy mother, as her son settles into high school at SINAI:Just want to let you all know that L is doing absolutely amazing, he exceeded all my expectations! We are already talking about the possibility of mainstreaming him to his first academic class, way ahead of schedule. I have NEVER seen him so ecstatically happy! He told me yesterday "I think things are finally looking up for me."Thank you all for taking a chance, believing in him, and giving him this wonderful opportunity and a bright future. I now only have happy tears of Joy! We will be forever grateful...
By The Jewish Week on Sep 13, 2016
At a Bergen County glatt supermarket, students from a nearby school for the developmentally disabled gain vocational and life skills.Grand and Essex Glatt Kosher Supermarket in Bergenfield, N.J., has all the luxuries of a modern gourmet market: beautifully prepared foods, fresh fish and meats, a bakery, sushi and a plentiful health and beauty section. But what customers comment on is the “Old World” feeling of the store — a place where the owners and employees go that extra mile to show their customers that they care. When it’s time for festive Jewish holidays like Chanukah and Purim, the...
By Jewish Link on Sep 13, 2016
On Sunday morning, August 28, Staples in Hackensack held exclusive shopping hours for friends of SINAI Schools. SINAI parent and volunteer for the event Malkie Schick staffed a table with doughnuts and coffee for all of the shoppers, and over 200 people from the community came out to show their support for SINAI Schools and to do their back-to-school shopping without the long lines. Store manager Edwar Malak had a full staff available to assist the shoppers, and expressed his pleasure at being able to show support for SINAI in this way. SINAI’s Dean Rabbi Yisrael Rothwachs expressed his...
By Jewish Standard on Sep 13, 2016
About 200 people did their back-to-school shopping without having to wait on long lines on Sunday, August 28, from 8 to 10 a.m. at Staples in Hackensack. Many were there to support Sinai Schools. The special event, open to the community, was prompted by a donation by Tzvi and Erica Solomon and matched by Tzvi’s parents, Yitzie and Yosepha Solomon. Recognizing that Sinai families often face additional financial hurdles in providing for a child or many children with special needs, the Solomons donated gift cards for school supplies to all Sinai students. Sinai provided coffee and donuts for...
By Jewish Standard on Sep 13, 2016
To begin the school year, Teaneck’s Holy Name Medical Center presented Sinai Schools with a check for $100,000. The money will be used to assist the increasing number of children with special needs or complex learning issues whom Sinai serves. In response to demand, the school has doubled its enrollment over the last seven years.Holy Name Medical Center was awarded Sinai Schools’ Community Partnership award at Sinai’s 2014 benefit dinner. The hospital continues to work with Sinai on several initiatives and programs to improve the lives of people with special needs.Additionally published at...
By Jewish Link Staff on Aug 8, 2016
Chestnut Ridge, NY/Teaneck, NJ—Five years ago, Dvora and Dov Brandstatter partnered with Camp Shalom’s director, Rabbi Yehoshua Gold, to host a swim-a-thon event to raise money for SINAI Schools. Since then, “Swim for SINAI” has raised tens of thousands of dollars to help offset tuition for the families of SINAI, with Chabad Kiddie Camp in Teaneck joining the fundraiser last year.SINAI Schools provides special education within six Jewish partner schools throughout New Jersey for children with complex learning or developmental disabilities whose needs cannot be met in a regular education...
By Rabbi Goldstein on Jun 27, 2016
Forget DudePerfect, Rabbi Goldstein of the SINAI Shalem program at TABC created this TuviaPerfect video and we love it! 
By Jordan Silvestri, Director of SINAI Shalem High School at Heichal HaTorah on Jun 23, 2016
As the recent school year drew to a close, for my future students joining us in the inaugural year of the SINAI Shalem High School for Boys at Heichal HaTorah, the excitement of summer was mixed with emotions as they began to actualize the meaning of their past four high school years at SINAI Shalem at TABC.With the opening of our new high school for boys ages 18-21, we are providing our students the opportunity to graduate with their TABC friends, and, like those friends, to move on to the next stage in their lives.  In the years ahead, our students will be preparing for adulthood,...

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