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Days to Remember from 2016-2017 / תשע''ז
Eighth Grade Graduation
Mazel Tov to the graduating class of 2017 / תשע''ז! May you continue to be a source of nachas to us all.
Pre1A Girls' Sidduration
Mazel Tov to our Pre1A girls, the future mothers of Klal Yisroel!
Pre1A Boys' Sidduration
Mazel Tov to our Pre1A boys on receiving their siddurim! May your Tefilos always be answererd Letovah.
Rav Olshin Visit
Clifton Cheder displayed genuine Kavod Hatorah as the Lakewood Rosh Yeshivah shlita made a personal visit to our school.
Annual Dinner
Thank you to our special honorees who lent their stellar reputations to benefit our school.
Lag B'Omer
Enjoying our Lag B'Omer in Lateri Park!
Pesach Program
Our Early Childhood students experiencing "Yetzias Mitzrayim" through Morah Naomi's interactive Pesach Program.
Matzah Bakery
Learning how Matzos are produced at the Yetav Lev Matzah Bakery.
Father-Son Breakfast
Fish, fish and more fish was the theme of our Rosh Chodesh Adar Father and Son Breakfast.
Hascholas Mishnayos
In honor of beginning Mishnayos, the third grade continued the chain of Mesorah by taking a special trip to Cliffwood, NJ to meet its Rosh Hayeshiva Rav Shimon Alster shlita, their Rebbe's Rebbe.
We had an off-the-wall fantastic time bouncing around on our Chanukah trip to Rebounderz in Edison, NJ.
Fire Safety
Thank you to Fireman Moshe Stareshefsky  for coming once again to teach us all about fire safety in time for Chanukah.
5th Grade in Lakewood
Our 5th grade spent an uplifting day in the עיר התורה of Lakewood, including visits to many of the Makomos Hatorah.
Grand Melaveh Malkah
What a fantastic time we had at our annual Grandfather-Father-Son Melaveh Malkah; great entertainment, an amazing raffle, and leibedig dancing! 
A Visiting Dentist
Thank you to Dr. Gildin for visiting and teaching us all about our teeth!
Hascholas Chumash
Mazel Tov to our 1st grade talmidim on receiving your very own Chumashim!  May learning Torah always be as sweet as it was today.
Bees in the Cheder
It's fun "bee"ing at the Cheder. Now we understand how Rosh Hashanah honey is made!
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