A couple from Teaneck has given $1 million to a Paramus Orthodox Jewish day school for technology upgrades, the school announced.
The donation to Yeshivat Noam from Avi Katz and his wife Becky, will go toward projects including teacher training, online learning and technology infrastructure, YiddishNayes.com reported.
"This transformative grant will enable our school to expand and enhance this research-based, student-centered approach to learning," said Yeshivat Noam Principal Rabbi Chaim Hagler. "We are so fortunate to not only have the Katz's contribute their financial resources to this exciting initiative, but to also give their time and dedication to work together with our administration to design and implement this program.”
Becky Katz teaches math at Teaneck-based Ma’ayanot Yeshiva High School for Girls and will help lead a new technology committee at Yeshivat Noam, the report said.