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Published by mweinstock, 2017-03-17 10:31:08

View 22, Vol. 15

View 22, Vol. 15

VOLUME 15 NUMBER 22 MARCH 17, 2017 19 ADAR 5777

UPCOMING Parshat Ki Tisa/Parshat Para By: Rabbi Landsman

EVENTS

Candle Lighting:
6:46

Havdallah: 7:48

Sunday March 19
UPK In Session

5th-8th Grade
Parent-Child
Learning Programs

9-11:30AM

Tuesday March 21
Science Fair
6th Grade
7:00PM

Thursday-Friday
March 23-24

Western HemisFair
5th Grade

Sunday March 26

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
Engelson (JHS Morah)
on the birth of a baby

boy!

Mazel Tov to Michael
Kwitkin on his Bar
Mitzvah!

Purim Carnival
On the Friday before Purim all of the YCQ students adorned in their Purim costumes,
enjoyed a day of games, obstacle courses, popcorn and cotton candy. This year we had DJ
Eli entertain us as we jumped on the PTO sponsored bounce houses that were brought in
for our yearly event. With the prize tickets earned, the children entered a drawing for
some really cool prizes. The eighth graders were hard at work all day making sure the kids
all had an amazing time.

JHS Chesed Day!
On Wednesday, March 8, 2017, the JHS students all went on different chesed trips, 6B1 made Purim projects with residents at
Boulevard Assisted Living, 6B2 made Purim projects with residents at Cliffside Nursing Home, the 7th grade boys learned about
Purim together with the Bais Ezra men in the YCQ Multi Purpose Room, and the 8th grade boys made Purim projects with HASC
students. 6G1 made Purim projects with residents at Meadow Park Nursing Home, 6G2 made Purim projects with residents at Atria
Assisted Living, the 7th grade girls made Purim projects at Otsar Day Hab, 8G1 helped out at Bobbie’s Place, and 8G2 went to
Aron’s with the YESS Students, followed by returning to YCQ and packaging Mishloach Manot. At the conclusion of each of these
trips the students ate lunch at local pizza stores. Thank you to the chaperones and special thanks to Mrs. Katz for planning such a
special and inspiring day!



YCQ 5TH - 8TH GRADE STUDENT
PARENT-CHILD

SUNDAY LEARNING PROGRAM

PLEASE JOIN US THIS SUNDAY

March 19, 2017

21 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 Chaim Pearl,
JHS Rebbe

TOPIC:

“Contemporary Issues in Jewish
Education as Presented in the
Talmud”



Why should you go to the YCQ Dinner?
1) To be surrounded by people who believe in the same educational philosophy and Jewish values as you do
2) To meet other parents of older or younger students who can tell you about what to expect for your own children
3) Have a chance to schmooze with teachers and staff in an informal setting
4) Dress up and get a night out with like-minded people from communities all over New York City and Long Island who love YCQ
5) Meet the board members and people who work behind the scenes to make sure YCQ remains a top Yeshiva while keeping tuition

affordable
6) You have already paid for it with your YCQ tuition, all you have to do is RSVP!!!!

Tell your friends, you can request to sit with them—and come join YCQ for an amazing evening in less than TWO WEEKS!!!

YCQDINNER.COM

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

Feb 28– March 1 Thank you to the entire commit-
tee who works all year to prepare
Another for the Scholastic Book Fair.
Successful
Scholastic This event raises funds to sup-
Book Fair! port our very own YCQ Library.
Mrs. Etta Anton-Presser, the
greatest librarian ever, has al-
ready purchased phenomenal
books for our children including:

For 5th grade and up: Lost in
Outer Space: the Incredible,
Journey of Apollo 13 by Tod
Olson, House of Robots by award
-winning team Patterson and
Grabenstein, White House
Winners: What You Don’t Know
about the Presidents by Tracosas,
Everything Robotics by Swanson.

Extra copies in the “Who Was”
biography and “What Was”
historical books that entice
students in Grades 2 and up,
along with the ever-popular
Sammy Spider books that
celebrate Jewish Holidays and are
used extensively with early

A HUGE Thank you to Mrs. Marjorie Wein,
our Book Fair Coordinator, and her

dedicated team Shandi Glaser, Tzipora
Laub, Suri Sokol , Adena Dyckman and
crew, Mrs. Etta, Mr. Joel Wein, all parents,
students and staff members who helped

facilitate a wonderful event!!

YCQ Parent Teacher Organization

Happy Purim!!

Thank you to all of the parents and staff members who contributed to
the YCQ PTO Mishloach Manot gift this year. Staff members received

a bottle of wine and chocolate bar from Israel along with a gift card
subsidized by Seasons.

Special thanks to Ariella Levine for coordinating the gift with her team
Laya Daniel, Aliza Peled, Tzipora Laub, Yaffa Reichwald, Mrs. Jaffe,

Mrs. Orlanski, Mrs. Solimannia, Mrs. Friedler as well as SET3 8th
grade helpers, Ayal Levine, Dassi Jaffe and Natan Daniel



The YCQ-PTO is proud to

Present its Annual

Pesach Wine Sale

The YCQ-PTO has teamed up with
Suhag Liquors to bring you an op-
portunity to buy your Pesach wine
while supporting the PTO at the
same time. For each sale made,
Suhag Liquors will donate 10% to
the PTO.

All orders should be prepaid by check made out to the YCQ-PTO.
Checks and order forms should be sent into the Business Office by Fri-
day, March 17, 2017.

No walk-in orders will be accepted at Suhag!

Orders will be ready for pick up at Suhag Liquors,
69-30 Main Street, beginning Monday, April 3

Questions
Contact: Stuart Verstandig at (718) 544-4047

(evenings only)
Or via email: [email protected]

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.

Parnes Hayom

WE THANK THIS WEEK’S SPONSORS
MONDAY, 15 ADAR
IN MEMORY OF

PHYLLIS POLLACK a''h
WHO WAS NIFTERES ON THE 14TH OF ADAR
BY SHANI, GIL, TZVI (8B2) RACHELLE (8G2)

IN MEMORY OF
ASHER BEN SIMCHA a''h
BY JEFFERY AND KARENYA KRAMER

TUESDAY, 16 ADAR
IN MEMORY OF

MORRIS S. ARFA a"h
FATHER OF 4 YCQ GRADUATES

BY HARVEY ARFA ('59)

http://www.ycqweb.com/parnes_hayom_dedication











Purim at YCQ!

JHS Chesed Day!


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