Parshat Ki Teitzei
Candle Lighting 7:39 p.m.
Havdalah 8:39 p.m.
Parsha Talk

If a computer hacker has broken into the computer system of a particular business and stolen money, but then, feeling guilty, wants to donate this money to his local shul, can he? Find out in this week's parsha talk!
Color My World With:

Our school theme for the year, which you will see interwoven often, is Color My World with (fill in the blank). Out of the darkness of the pandemic will come light. Our school is thriving and growing, filled with exceptional students, teachers, families, supporters, alumni, and friends. School spirit has never been higher. RMBA offers a plethora of opportunities and unlimited possibilities. This year we look forward to coloring our world bright with chesed, academic excellence, commitment to Torah and Israel, mitzvot, STEAM, a rich curriculum, leadership, creativity and inspiration, educating children who are the Jewish future. Stay tuned!
Beren Bagel is Back at it

Middle School students in Mr. Duke's and Ms. Ruben's Beren Bagel explo are already busy planning out and designing the first Beren Bagel issue for the new school year, which will be in everyone's hands in about two weeks! We don't want to give away any spoilers, but you will want to grab a copy hot off the press.
Middle School Math

Students in Mrs. Rosenzweig's 6th grade math class jumped right into it from day one. The students learned the divisibility rules and how to do prime factorization. Who said math couldn't be fun?!
My Name Is

Morah Aviva's ECE4 class eagerly started off the year learning to write their names in their sign-in packets, an activity which will be completed daily upon starting the day.
Ready to Read

Students in Mrs. B's ECE4 class have really been enjoying the reading center this week during morning centers time and are excited about getting ready to read!
Dot Dot Dot...

Students in Morah Tsippi's ECE2 class made placemats using dot paints, which will be used for snack and lunch every day. These mats will also help the students begin to identify their own names.
Marble Coasters

Middle school students in Mrs. Rosenzweig's class started the year by learning Newton's Laws of Motion through a STEM project in which they had to build a marble paper roller coaster. The students really enjoyed the learning, designing, building, and collaboration process.
Parsha Pairs

Students in Rabbi Yudi's 5th grade Judaics class were working in pairs to translate the pesukim (verses) they learned in chumash to reinforce the material. The students enjoyed working together and helping each other out to decode the text from Hebrew to English.
Nacho Average PTO

A HUGE thank you to our wonderful PTO co-chairs Sara Samet, Annie Scheckter, Tamar Ratchcovski, and Ortal Tobul who have been so busy this week coordinating multiple events and getting the much-loved pizza lunch off the ground in week 1! Parents of new students enjoyed meeting each other on Monday night at a nacho-themed parent social, and on Wednesday parents and staff enjoyed coffee and sweet treats while catching up and meeting new friends.
Save the Date
Registration is open for
Afterschool Activities for RMBA students ECE–5th Grade

Classes are filling up!
Secure your spot today!

Classes which do not meet the required minimum will be cancelled.

Classes begin on Monday, October 4.
Click here to register.
Athletic Updates
Volleyball practice will be for any 5th–12th graders who would like to participate in volleyball. All teams are tentative until team roasters can be set for each age group. Once rosters are made, information will be sent out about practice and game dates/times. Please check the calendar for practice dates.
Community Events
Join Troop 806 and 1806 for a
Scouts BSA Information Session

Learn how your child can develop self-confidence, ethics, leadership skills, and citizenship skills while having fun and forming lifelong friendships with other Jewish kids.

Sunday, August 22, 2021
8:00 PM
Sign up here for the Zoom info session
Arba Minim for Sale

All proceeds from the Arba Minim sale will go towards the educational programming here at Bnei Akiva Houston. Each set will cost $70, and will include a top quality Lulav, Etrog (with no Pitam), Hadas, Aravot and a carrying case. 

All orders due September 12
Click here to purchase

Pickup on September 19
Location TBA 10 AM - 12 PM
Robert M. Beren Academy |