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Feb 7, 2020

What will they do when they finish school?

The Jewish Standard

Worrying is part of a parent’s job. So is planning. So is hoping.

When you have a baby, part of you is entranced by the unbearable beauty, part of you is nearly felled by exhaustion, and part of you is mapping out the future. All this strategizing is expensive, time-consuming, and frustrating, but part of being a parent is ensuring that your child has the best possible chance for a successful life.

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Feb 6, 2020

SINAI: Helping Children Believe in Themselves

The Jewish Link

Building up, or building back up, a child’s self-esteem is often the first step required when a student begins at any SINAI Schools campus. SINAI operates full-service school programs for children with special needs inside yeshiva day and high schools, enabling SINAI students to interact as members of the larger school’s population as fully as they can.

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Jan 8, 2020

Sportstar of the Year: Tuvia Minchenberg

The Jewish Link

The Jewish Link of New Jersey and The RAIN on Water Event Space would like to recognize Tuvia Minchenberg, member of Heichal HaTorah’s basketball team and the 2019 Sportstar of the Year! Tuvia currently attends SINAI Schools at Heichal HaTorah and, when he was at SINAI at TABC, he played on the TABC varsity basketball team. When The Jewish Link approached Minchenberg about being nominated for Sportstar of the Year, he expressed feeling humbled and excited to be recognized for his athletic abilities. Not just a star athlete, Minchenberg happens to be a well rounded individual who prides himself on his Torah studies as well as his athletic achievements. Minchenberg shared some sports and non-sports accomplishments with interviewers for The Jewish Link:

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Jan 1, 2020

Sinai benefit set for February 23

The Jewish Standard

Sinai Schools will hold its annual benefit dinner on Sunday, February 23, at the Marriott Glenpointe Hotel in Teaneck. This year’s honorees are Rabbi Yosef Adler, Philip and Peggy Danishefsky, and Rabbi Yehudah and Laurie Minchenberg. The Community Partnership award will be presented to Brad Ruder, who is the president of Brad-Core /Humanism in Building and the founder of Senior Source.

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