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VOLUME 16 NUMBER 23 APRIL 27, 2018 IYAR 12 5775

UPCOMING Parshiot Acharei Mot/Kedoshim By: Rabbi Landsman

EVENTS You shall love your fellow as yourself (Vayikra 19:18). "R' Akiva said, ‘This is a great

Candle Lighting: 7:29 rule in the Torah'". Perhaps R' Akiva's statement is a reaction to the tragic loss of his 24,000

Havdalah: 8:33 talmidim who perished between Pesach and Shavuot because they did not sufficiently honor

Sunday, May 13 one another.

Yom Yerushalayim A somewhat different version of the death of R' Akiva's disciples is found in the

Tuesday, May 15 Medrash (B'reishit Raba 61:3): "R' Akiva had twelve thousand disciples from Gabbath to
PTO Supperette Antipatris, and all died at the same period. Why? Because they looked at each other

Friday, May 18-21 begrudgingly (eineihem tzara). Eventually he raised seven disciples and Rabbi Akiva
Shavuot No Sessions said to them: “My sons, the previous ones died only because they begrudged each other the
knowledge of the Torah; see to it that you do not act in a similar way. They therefore arose
Wednesday, May 23 and filled the whole of Eretz Yisrael with Torah."
Philadelphia Trip
Seventh Grade Resentment reflects a lack of love, and can even lead to hatred. The prohibitions of
hating and begrudging precede the commandment of loving (Vayikra 19:17,18). If, as the
Monday, May 28 Medrash states, R' Akiva's students violated these prohibitions, then, indeed, loving one's
Memorial Day fellow is a great rule in the Torah.
No Sessions
Rav Mordechai Willig, Rosh Yeshiva, Yeshiva University, and Rabbi of the Young
Wednesday, May 30
Transition Night Israel of Riverdale says, that the literal translation of eineihem tzara, begrudging, is that their
5th Grade eyes were narrow. With a narrow look, one sees the faults of another, and begrudges his
successes. When one looks with wide eyes, he sees the whole picture, including the positive
Sunday, June 3
Celebrate Israel Parade attributes of his fellow. Then his fellow appears nice to him, and he loves him instead of
Mandatory Attendance begrudging or hating him.

4-8 Unfortunately, begrudging exists in the spiritual realm as well. This seems to be the
case regarding R' Akiva's talmidim who resented each others’ the knowledge of Torah. When
Wednesday—Thursday, his later students did not begrudge each other, they were able to fill all of Eretz Yisrael with
June 6-7 Torah. Torah can be accepted only when there is unity. The term Atzeret, which refers to
Shavuot, means gathering. Only when R' Akiva's students avoided resentment and achieved
Washington Trip unity could Torah be properly disseminated.
8th Grade
Great efforts must be made to have a good eye in spiritual matters as well. The
Monday June 11 accomplishments, and resultant honor, of Torah scholars and leaders should be viewed
Finals Begin 8th Grade positively by other Torah scholars and the general population. We must all learn from the
tragedy of R' Akiva's students, and avoid resentment and hatred of, and between, Torah
Literacy Festival scholars. When looking with a good eye, these scholars, like all Jews, will appear nice even if
Grades 2,4,5 some faults exist. Our response to the spiritual successes of others, as to their financial ones,
should be happiness borne of generosity of spirit, and not jealousy or hatred.
Tuesday, June 12
Literacy Festival We observe a measure of mourning during Sefira because R' Akiva's students died.
Grades 1,3 Why? So we should distance ourselves from hatred, jealousy, desire, arrogance and honor,

Tuesday, June 13
Chagigat Bnot Mitzvah

6th Grade Girls

7PM and acquire love, humility and peace. Those learning Torah should be especially careful to

love one another.

YCQ Family News The Maharil explains that the reason we are joyous on Lag Ba'Omer is that the
students of R' Akiva stopped dying. This explanation is problematic. They stopped dying
Mazel Tov to Morah
Sarah Buchsbaum because they had all already died! Is this a cause for joy? The answer is that we rejoice

(Resource Room) upon because the later students of R' Akiva did not die. To rejoice properly we must emulate those
her engagement to Dovid
Winter. later students by not grudging one another and by spreading Torah. Shabbat Shalom!



YCQ Participates In The Esther Semmelman Memorial All-Star Hockey Game
By Sam Korman and Andrew Haller

This past Sunday seven YCQ members of the hockey team were selected to play in the 5th annual Esther
Semmelman Memorial All Star Hockey Game. The representatives from YCQ were as follows, Andrew
Haller, Sam Korman, Daniel Kovan.
Eric Steifel, Chaim Simon, Rephael
Gemal and Netanel Leitner. The
New York team was coached by our
very own Avidan Berman and Elliot
Weiselberg. The game took place in
TABC and was full of action. New
York Lost 5-3 but did not go down
without a fight. Sam Korman and
Netanel Leitner had two of the three
goals for New York.

Yom Ha’Atzmaut Concert

Grades 1-8 had the unbelievable experience of davening Hallel as a school in the gym in honor of
Yom Ha’atzmaut. The program began with Dr. Landsman telling us about his experiences when Israel
was deemed a state! Followed by Hallel and tehillim led by Rabbi Nat. The students continued the
excitement by sing and dancing during a concert in the gym. Through the singing and dancing we
certainly can say that we did everything we could in order to properly thank Hashem for the
miraculous gift of returning us to our homeland after 2000 years of wandering! May Hashem bless us
to celebrate next Yom Ha'Atzmaut in Yerushalayim Habenuya!!



Class Placement Request Form

We hope this letter finds you well and that your children have had a meaningful academic school year, one of
intellectual growth, maturity and social development. As the school year comes to a close, we will once again
begin the important task of properly placing our children in the most appropriate academic and social
environment for the upcoming school year.

Our Yeshiva maintains a philosophy of grouping students in a heterogeneous setting. The heterogeneous
classroom is rich in diversity; academically, socially, culturally and geographically. Studies have shown that
heterogeneity cultivates a variety of skills that assist our students in each stage of development. Children
learn to adapt to new environments, build social skills, and benefit from exposure to other learning styles.

We are fully aware of how important it is for children to feel a sense of familiarity and belonging as they
begin a new school year with new teachers and a more challenging curriculum. As our Yeshiva is firmly
committed to maintaining strong communication and a partnership with families, we are asking you to
suggest three names of students with whom your child would feel comfortable in the classroom setting.
Please make sure to complete a new form for each of your children. We will guarantee at least one of those
three students, but three students MUST be listed in order for us to help you. Please keep in mind that this
form is for friend requests ONLY. Placement with teachers is made in collaboration with current year
teachers and administration.

This information will assist our teachers and administrators as they work on creating the best possible
atmosphere for each child. When children sense that their parents, teachers and administrators are working
closely together in a sincere effort to best place them, the results are sure to be positive.

We recognize that children grow and develop from year to year. For this and other reasons, we will reassess
our groupings on an annual basis, with continued input and communication. It is important to remember
that when students meet new people and learn in new environments, they are less likely to form inappropri-
ate group dynamics and more likely to redefine their individual roles maintaining their identity.
Please click on the link to access the class placement form http://www.ycqweb.com/ClassPlacementForm to
be completed no later than Thursday, May 17. Feel free to include any pertinent information that will as-
sist us in the placement process. Should you be interested in discussing your child’s class placement please
feel free to make an appointment with Rabbi Landsman, by contacting Hadas Vann at 718-793-8500 ext
310.

Thank you for your cooperation and your patience in this matter. We wish you a safe, happy and healthy
summer.

Sincerely,
Yeshiva of Central Queens Administration

September 2018 21 Elul 5778 - 21 Tishrei 5779

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

Winter Vacation Faculty FACULTY 1 21 ELUL
January 17-27
2019 Workshop WORKSHOP Ki Savo
SELICHOT BEGIN
9:00AM - 3:00PM 9:00AM-3:00PM 5-8 PARENT-CHILD
SELICHOT PROGRAM

8:08pm

2 322 ELUL 423 ELUL 524 ELUL 625 ELUL 726 ELUL 827 ELUL 28 ELUL

Selichos Begin Labor Day FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL REGULAR SESSIONS 7:00 Nitzavim
GRADES 2-8 GRADES N-8
REGULAR DISMISSAL LICE CHECK FOR 7:57
GRADES N-1
.

GRADE 1 Orientation
9-10 AM
N AND K ORIENTATION
BY APPOINTMENT
LICE CHECK FOR GRADES 2-8

.

Regular Trasnportation Begins

9 10 11 12 1329 ELUL 6 TISHREI
1 TISHREI 2 TISHREI 3 TISHREI 144 TISHREI 155 TISHREI

Erev Rosh Hashanah Rosh Hashanah - Day Rosh Hashanah - Day Fast of Gedalyah 6:48 Vayelech
1 2 FAST OF GEDALIAH
6:54 1:30 PM Dismissal 7:45pm
1ST DAY 2ND DAY
EREV ROSH ROSH Grades N-8
ROSH HASHANAH
HASHANAH HASHANAH
No Sessions NO SESSIONS NO SESSIONS
6:16
7:14 7:52pm

16 177 TISHREI 188 TISHREI 199 TISHREI 2010 TISHREI 2111 TISHREI 2212 TISHREI 13 TISHREI

Erev Yom Kippur Yom Kippur 6:36 Haazinu

6:39 YOM KIPPUR 7:33
NO SESSIONS
EREV
YOM KIPPUR
NO SESSIONS

23 2414 TISHREI 2515 TISHREI 2616 TISHREI 2717 TISHREI 2818 TISHREI 2919 TISHREI 20 TISHREI

6:31 Succos - Day 1 Succos - Day 2 Succos - First Succos - Second Succos - Third Succos - Fourth
Intermediate Day Intermediate Day Intermediate Day Intermediate Day
EREV SUCCOT 1ST DAY 2ND DAY
6:33pm SUCCOT SUCCOT CHOL HAMOED CHOL HAMOED 6:24 CHOL HAMOED
NO SESSIONS NO SESSIONS NO SESSIONS NO SESSIONS NO SESSIONS
No Sessions 7:28pm CHOL HAMOED
7:30 NO SESSIONS 7:21

30 21 TISHREI

Succos - Fifth
Intermediate Day
Hoshanah Rabbah

6:21



YESHIVA OF CENTRAL QUEENS

URGENT MESSAGE FOR PARENTS WHO RECEIVE
SERVICES FROM THE NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

If your child receives SETSS (NYC Department of
Education Resource Room), speech and language,
occupational therapy, physical therapy, or counseling,
you will receive a “Parent Notice of Intent” letter in the
mail. If you would like to continue the services in
September, you must do the following:

1. Sign the letter, write in the school name, and write
that the school is in District 25.

2. Take a picture of the letter and save it on your
phone in case there are issues in September.

3. Mail it return receipt to the CSE address included
in the letter.

4. If you do not receive a letter by the middle of May,
please contact Din Lu-Berio via email:
[email protected] or at 718 281-3479

FAILURE TO SIGN THIS LETTER WILL RESULT IN DELAYED
SERVICES IN SEPTEMBER.

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