Colors: Blue Color

The boys in the Yeshiva Tiferes Moshe Early Childhood Program were treated to a fun, hand-on, matzah-baking experience. Together with their moros, the boys came into to the Lunchroom, which had been converted into a Matzah Factory. The tables were lined with brown paper, and each boy was given a special baker hat to wear. Then the “work” began.

The Yeshiva of Central Queens gratefully acknowledges the Names, Not Numbers© Program that has taught our students about the Holocaust through the accounts of eyewitnesses, provided them with interviewing, filming, and editing skills, and, most importantly, enabled meaningful relationships to be forged between the survivors and our students. YCQ has benefited tremendously from its participation in this Legacy Heritage project.

The senior year at MSH is filled with a rich array of special classes and programs to prepare the students for life after high school. MSH students graduate with a strong foundation to keep their passion for Torah and learning alive.

The Yeshiva of Central Queens gratefully acknowledges the Names, Not Numbers© Program that has taught our students about the Holocaust through the accounts of eyewitnesses, provided them with interviewing, filming, and editing skills, and, most importantly, enabled meaningful relationships to be forged between the survivors and our students. YCQ has benefited tremendously from its participation in this Legacy Heritage project.

On Thursday, April 11, a group of 54 MTA talmidim and faculty headed to Washington, DC, for MTA Israel Advocacy Club Hatzioni’s annual lobbying mission, known as MTAPAC. The group was also joined by alumni, including Josh Appel (’17), who is currently in Shanah Bet at Yeshivat HaKolel, and felt it was important to spend part of his Pesach break accompanying his MTA family on the trip, and Seth Jacobs (’17), who completed Shanah Bet at HaKolel in January and is currently attending Yeshiva University.

Yaelle Merrill, a fourth grader at the Bais Yaakov Academy of Queens, has had her historical family story selected for publication in Grannie Annie, Vol. 14, to be released in May by The Grannie Annie Family Story Celebration. The Grannie Annie invites students in grades 4 through 8 to write about something interesting they discover from their family’s history based on their interviews with older relatives.

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