19 03, 2021

Remembering the Past, to Empower Our Future

2021-03-19T10:12:53-04:00March 19, 2021|Blog Post, Staff|

A Pesach Message by Rabbi Zalman Shneur, Executive Director. Is a reminder of the darkness of slavery really necessary at a celebration of Freedom?  Yes, says the Lubavitcher Rebbe. Throughout the Seder night, we must actively retell the story of the Jewish People’s redemption from slavery to salvation by experiencing it for ourselves.

20 05, 2020

The Aseres Hadibros of Chinuch

2021-03-08T10:12:23-05:00May 20, 2020|Blog Post, Guest Post|

by Mrs. Leah Levine, As we prepare once again for Kabalos HaTorah, it struck me that the first Talmud Torah was actually at Har Sinai and our first teacher was Moshe Rabbeinu. For the most perfect methods in Chinuch, we don’t need to look further than our Ten Commandments, the foundation of the entire Torah.

20 04, 2020

A Teacher’s Role During Covid-19

2021-03-08T10:27:52-05:00April 20, 2020|Blog Post, Guest Post|

By Yanki Raskin LMSW, The role of a mechanech goes beyond teaching skills and text. While this is always true, during these times of change and uncertainty, this aspect of our role takes on a new meaning; the context and environment of our teaching is fertile ground and is calling upon us to use this opportunity to engage and be of service to our students in ways that can and b’ezras Hashem will make a lasting educational impression upon them.

5 03, 2020

Are Our Students on the Outside Looking In, or On the Inside Looking Out?

2021-03-08T10:29:18-05:00March 5, 2020|Blog Post, Story|

Today, Tes Adar, marks 80 years to the day that the Frerdiker Rebbe arrived in America. At that time, American Jewry was, borrowing the terminology of the Rashbatz, “on the outside,” but not necessarily looking to come in.


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