Tuesday, February 20, 2018

We Are Yavneh – Early Childhood

CAL at Yavneh

The team at the Center for Achievement and Learning (CAL) at Yeshivat Yavneh is always there to focus on a child’s strengths so they are not defined by their limitations. We work with the children from the time they are 2 years old through the 8th grade so that the children become experts in themselves and are able to leave ... Read More »

STUDENTS SURPRISE TEACHER OF 50 YEARS!

As the year ends, we say goodby to Morah Barbara Treitel, a dedicated Yavneh Teacher for the last 50 years. The other day, at our Banquet, students from her 50 years of teaching surprised her. There was not a dry eye in the house! Read More »

Red Nose Day

The students and staff of Yeshivat Yavneh join Walgreens on their mission to end child poverty on Red Nose Day. https://rednoseday.org. Read More »

Jewish Pop Sensation, 8th Day, Surprises Yavneh With A Private Concert

In the spirit of Adar, Jewish Pop sensation, 8th Day, surprised Yeshivat Yavneh with a pre-purim concert.  The students had just finished celebrating  in the school yard with dancing and fun clown wigs when the party moved indoors for the surprise concert of a lifetime. Read More »

We Challenge You! #PostPositive this Chanukah

This Chanukah, use social media as a force for good. Join us in our #PostPositive challenge together with your family and friends. We challenge you to go out of your way to say something nice or complimentary on social media.  Get creative with your posts.  Have fun and include your friends.  Just remember to #PostPositive to reinforce the idea that ... Read More »

We Challenge You! #GoingDark4Dinner

WE CHALLENGE YOU!!!!!! #GoingDark4Dinner This Thursday Nov. 24 (Thanksgiving day) for a full week until Dec. 1st. Join in our #GoingDark4Dinner challenge together with your families. Disconnect to connect at dinner. Enjoy quality time with your family. Step one: Let your friends know your #GoingDark4Dinner Step two: Turn off your phones and other digital devices Step three: Put them away ... Read More »

Jewish Camp Shocks LA

Joy is an important part of life and is in each of us. At Camp Yavneh, the staff taught the children that an easy way to get joy is to give joy. So, the camp built the largest Rubik’s Cube with a message that Joy is not a puzzle. They set up the large Rubik’s Cube at different locations around ... Read More »