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The Golf Outing is a great opportunity to spend a day of fun out on the course with friends, eat incredible food, enter fun contests, and support our school!
RPRY is back in session for our 75th year!
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Rabbi Loew and Rabbi Einzig Talk Wardrobe
“Names, Not Numbers© was the most amazing thing I have ever done,” eighth grader Neshama R. shared, “it was an amazing privilege getting to sit down next to a survivor, talk to her, and hear her story first hand."
Learning about and celebrating Eretz Yisrael is something we do all year round at RPRY. But these past two days have been special.
RPRY Meet & Greet for incoming and prospective families, April 15th
Three hundred people attended Rabbi Pesach Raymon Yeshiva’s Annual ...
Where do you find Jane Goodall, Neil Armstrong, and Milton Hershey under one roof? &nbs...
RPRY students learn about the beauty and joy of the chagim throughout the year. Many learning units are blended with other subjects to both expand students’ understanding of a chag and reinforce developmental learning objectives. At RPRY, nurturing rich Jewish life and learning for each student is focused through the prism of metacognition, and by expanding Torah outside the bounds of Judaics classes and into each unit students learn.
Even the snow couldn’t dampen RPRY’s Early Childhood Pre-Chanukah Melava Ma...
"What can I do to make my plan more efficient?" "How can I change my plan to correct this action?" These self-reflective questions reverberated throughout the building, as students engaged in computer coding lessons. As part of Computer Science Week, RPRY joined in the national Hour of Code program, where students across the grades engaged in computer coding activities. The premise of RPRY's science/STEM curriculum lies in an inquiry-based model where students engage in the design planning process, frame mistakes as opportunities, and persevere.
In honor of the number of alumni visiting home for the Thanksgiving holiday, S.O.S Mishmar opened its doors to welcome them back to our halls!
Join RPRY for the Early Childhood Pre-Chanukah Melava Malka!
RPRY’s professional development day engaged teachers in hands-on electives to hone their teaching craft through carefully designed art, improv theater, and gym classes.
The RPRY lower school assembled together to reinforce our Hakarat Hatov theme of the year through a Thanksgiving program.
Colonel Fred Shaffer, Commander of local Jewish War Veterans Post, Private Max Wisotsky and Petty Officer Paul Sharp came to RPRY yesterday. They spoke to grades 4-8 about their experiences in the military and went to each and every classroom collecting the thank you cards all the K-8 students had made...
Third grade with Mrs. Emily Menasha learned about the gubernatorial election and the electoral process.
Many RPRY classes are integrating adaptive online programs into their instruction to best meet student requisites.
Hebrew Language has always been a hallmark of an RPRY education and the school continues to look for ways to improve.
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