The words you are searching are inside this book. To get more targeted content, please make full-text search by clicking here.
Discover the best professional documents and content resources in AnyFlip Document Base.
Search
Published by mweinstock, 2017-03-24 09:47:38

View 23, Vol. 15

View 23, Vol. 15

VOLUME 15 NUMBER 23 MARCH 24, 2017 26 ADAR 5777

UPCOMING Parshiot Vayakhel and Pekudai/ Parshat Hachodesh/
Shabbat Mevarchim By: Rabbi Landsman
EVENTS

Candle Lighting:
6:53

Havdallah: 7:55

Sunday March 26
UPK In Session

5th-8th Grade
Parent-Child
Learning Programs

9-11:30AM

YCQ 76th
Anniversary Dinner

Reception 4:00PM

Tuesday March 28
Rosh Chodesh

6th Grade Used
Books Sale

Wed., March 29
Names Not Numbers

Program

Friday—Wed.
April 7-19

Pesach Vacation

Thursday April 20
Sessions Resume

Lice Check

YCQ Family News

Mazel Tov to Morah
Shoshana Engleson
(JHS Morah) on the
birth of a baby boy!
Mazel Tov to Adina
Fromowitz on her

marriage!

Mazel Tov to Hila
Biniaminy and
Gabriella Schickman
on their Bat Miztvah!

Mazel Tov to Elad
Biniaminy and Tani
Leitner on their Bar

Mitzvah!

Mazel Tov to
Mrs. Roberta
Ackerman on the
marriage of her son!

Condolences to Rabbi
Lonner (Executive

Director) on the loss of
his brother.


Matza Bakery

The kindergarten classes experienced first hand the process of baking matza from
separating the chaff from the wheat and grinding it into flour, to mixing the dough and
baking it all within 18 minutes. The children also created their own Pesach project. They
decorated aprons that they can wear at the seder! The matza that they baked was then
eaten in school but everyone was given a mini shmurah matza that they will take home
and can be used for Pesach.

YCQ Annual Sixth Grade Science Fair

The sixth grade enjoyed a fantastic and educational Science Fair on Tuesday, March 21. Students in grades
three—five visited the fair and used clues to complete a scavenger hunt. Families viewed the projects at
night and then attended an awards ceremony honoring the hard work of every student. A huge thank you to
our amazing sixth grade science teacher, Mr. Rayburn, for coordinating such a wonderful event.

Tremendous thanks to our hard working judges
Mrs. Guise, Mr. Benson, and Mr. Goldstein. The
following students will enter their projects in the
inter-yeshiva science congress in May. Good luck
to all! First place Rivka Sullivan and Aaron Sisser
“I feel your pain”, Yosef and Yakov Yakubov
“What materials can block and wifi signal?”
Second place Ahuva Shachar- “The 5 second
rule”, Tamar Sonbolian- “What items contain the
most bacteria”, Avi Beylus and Matan Avitzedek
“How we perceive our voices.” Third place David
Azulay and Ohad Dayan- “How does different
types of gum affect your taste buds?, Josh
Bellehsen and Ilan Goldstein- “Kinesiology and lie
detection.”


Safety Kids

The Safety Kids Program went great this week! Grades N-4th viewed a curriculum-based hour workshop to teach and remind the
students about the ABC rules of safety: Ask for help, Bring a friend, Check First, Do tell. The children enjoyed the process of knowing
what to do in emergency situations. The students learned the importance of safety through age appropriate mediums, the older students
watched videos while the younger students watched a puppet show on the important topic.

Torah Bowl Update

The Torah Bowl playoffs were held this past Monday, as the students were asked hundreds of Torah questions on the material
they were instructed to prepare. It must have been March Madness, as there were tremendous upsets- most notably YCQ
eliminating both the Yeshiva of Flatbush and Manhattan Day School! After beating Manhattan Day School in double overtime,
YCQ advanced to the conference finals to face the host team: Ramaz. After a nail biting last game of the finals, Ramaz hit the
game winning basket as time expired to win the championship. Disney has already contacted Boys coach, Rabbi Daniel
Rosenfelt, about the rights to make the movie about the YCQ playoff run. On the field, the boys were lead by co-captains Yosef
Flamenbaum and Ari Schick who each turned in excellent efforts. It was an incredible run, and a wonderful season!
Unfortunately, the "upset bug" was not kind to the girls team. Although the girls team, lead by Morah Shoshana Rosenblum,
had an incredible regular season, they were upset in the first round of the playoffs by the host Ramaz. Does anyone else sense a
bit of a rivalry brewing between Ramaz and YCQ?


A Day at Google!

This past Tuesday, the students of the E2K club had the special privilege to visit the Google offices in Manhattan. The stu-
dents day began in a conference room where different members of Google, including our very own Dr. Wein, explained
how files are never really lost and all about the storage of the different files. They also explained how files are moved and
what really happens when computers overheat. Dr. Wein told us a story about a cat that jumped into a power cell and took
out the power of the entire building! Neither the cat or company were very happy that day! Then we had a tour of the

fourth floor, showing us the
kitchen, game rooms, lego
room, and scooters!
Followed by a tour of the
history of computers.
Google was started in that
very room!! Many YouTube
events are held at the Google
offices and it was interesting
seeing that room as well!
The students all had an
amazing time learning and
exploring all about Google!
Thank you to Mrs. Orlanski
for this unique experience!

.‫ דכולא בה‬.‫בן בג בג אומר הפך בה והפך בה‬

“Ben Bag Bag says”go through it again and again because evrything is in it.”
Where else but in the Oral Torah would you find insights into teaching Torah? Questions about whom to teach, how to teach,
when to teach, what to teach, who does the teaching and who pays for it, are all explored in the Gemarah (masechet Bava Batra
21a and elsewhere). At this past Sunday’s parent/child learning session, Rabbi Pearl led an exploration into some of these
questions. Many books and learned tomes have been written on these topics by modern day educators, but, as they suggest in
education, “back to the basics.” Thank you to Rabbi Pearl for this special class!


YCQ 5TH - 8TH GRADE STUDENT
PARENT-CHILD

SUNDAY LEARNING PROGRAM

PLEASE JOIN US THIS SUNDAY

March 26, 2017

28 Adar 5777

9 AM - 11 AM
11-11:30 3-on-3 Basketball

11-11:30 Zumba

FOR AN INSPIRATIONAL
LEARNING PROGRAM

FEATURING SPECIAL SPEAKER:

Rabbi Mordechai Becher,
World Renowned Speaker

TOPIC:

“Too Many Mitzvot, Why so
Many Laws and Details??”


DEADLINE EXTENDED!!

The YCQ-PTO/Suhag Liquor Pesach Wine Sale is going on
now.
All orders must be pre-paid by check made out to the
YCQ-PTO and sent into the Business Office by SUNDAY
MARCH 26.

Pick up of orders will be at Suhag Liquors on Main Street
starting Monday, April 3. Order forms and more information
are attached.

Questions? Please contact Stuart Verstandig at
(718) 544-4047(evenings only) or email
stuartverstandig@gmail.com
Pay by check made out to the YCQ-PTO and the PTO will get a

percentage of each sale.

All money raised from these sales and other fundraisers will
go towards
sponsoring the end of the year trips and graduation.


Parnes Hayom

WE THANK THIS WEEK’S SPONSORS
SUNDAY 21 ADAR
IN HONOR OF

MICHAEL MERRILL
BY ELLEN FRANKEL
MONDAY, 25 ADAR
IN MEMORY OF

BEVERLY ROTHMAN ‫ע‘‘ה‬
BY JODI TANZMAN

http://www.ycqweb.com/parnes_hayom_dedication


Just in time for Little League and Spring sports!

Shop at and help raise

money for YCQ’s JHS Mix It Up!

1. Shop at any Modell’s Sporting Goods store in NYC
until April 6th.

2. Show the coupon below at the register and save 15%
3. YCQ’s JHS Mix It Up club will earn 5% back from

the purchases you make!

It’s that easy! Keep your coupon –
it can be used multiple times!

Local Modell’s Sporting
Goods stores:

Queens Center
90-15 Queens Blvd · (718) 271-8100
Open until 9:30 PM

Fresh Meadows Shopping Center
61-9 190th St · (718) 454-6050
Open until 9:30 PM

Shop early for summer,
while supporting YCQ!


Chinese Auction!!!

@ The YCQ Dinner on March 26th
$10 per ticket or $25 for 3

Buy that night with cash or check

Prizes include but not limited to:

Restaurant Gift Cards

Gold and Silver Jewelry

New York Mets Tickets

New York Yankees Tickets

New York Giants Tickets

Cookbooks

Gift items

HOTEL STAY IN MANHATTAN WITH

DINNER AT A HIGH END RESTAURANT

And more…..

Made possible by the YCQ Parent-Teacher Organization


Help the PTO Help YCQ

By shopping through Amazon Smile at NO cost to you,
money will be raised for YCQ.

(This is no different than your regular Amazon Account)
Money Raised Goes to:

 Gifts for teachers and staff to say Hakaros Hatov for all they
do for our children throughout the year.
 Supplementing cost of end of year trips
 Purchasing equipment and supplies throughout the year to
create the best environment for our children to learn an grow

To sign up is simple

Just type in this link and follow instructions

smile.amazon.com/ch/11-1672827

When you shop you must log on at
smile.amazon.com

Note: This site maintains your privacy. No one but the buyer can see
purchases. YCQ receives a check only.


Sixth Grade Science Fair!


Matza Factory!!


Click to View FlipBook Version
Previous Book
Promo 2u - Colorissimo 2017
Next Book
Alumni Mag Fall 2016 On Target