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Published by mweinstock, 2017-03-31 00:57:06

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VOLUME 15 NUMBER 24 MARCH 31, 2017 3 NISAN 5777

UPCOMING Parshat Vayikra By: Rabbi Landsman
EVENTS

Candle Lighting:
7:01

Havdallah: 8:02

Friday April 7
Pesach Vacation

No Sessions

Sunday April 9
Bedikat Chometz

Monday April 10
Ta’anit Bechorim

First Seder

Tuesday April 11
Second Seder

Wednesday April 12
Second Day of
Pesach

Thursday—Sunday
April 13-16

Chol Hamoed

Monday-Tuesday
April 17-18
Chag Sheni

WednesdayApril 19
Isru Chag

ThursdayApril 20
Sessions Resume

Lice Check

Monday April 24
Special Program
Commemorating

Yom HaShoah

Wednes. - Thurs.
April 26-27

Rosh Chodesh

Monday May 1
Yom Hazikaron

Tuesday May 2
Yom HaZikaron

YCQ Family News

Mazel Tov to Morah Sil-
verstein (4-307) on the
Bar Mitzvah of her son!

Mazel Tov to Tzvi Brom-
berg on his

Bar Mitzvah!

Western Hemis”fair”

The Western Hemis“fair” is one of the highlights of the fifth grades school year, and this year was no exception. Students
learned about the provinces of Canada, states of the United States, countries in Central and South America, as well as
various Native American regions in the US. The Fair began on Wednesday in the classroom as the students presented their
boards to their peers . On Thursday, the fifth-graders brought in their models and set up the fair in the Multi-Purpose Room,
welcoming parents and students to learn about their topics. Some students even served as tour guides, taking small groups of
students around to see each project. A special thank you to all the faculty who helped make this fair a huge success. We are
so proud of our fifth-graders!

Sunday Morning Learning

This year’s Sudnay Morning Learning Program culminated this past week with a lecture from the world-famous
speaker, Rabbi Mordechai Becher. He inspired, enlightened, and entertained the large audience with a shuir on
the topic of “The Six Reasons We Have so Many Mitzvot”, The reasons Rabbi Becher gave included helping us
with self control/exercising free will, revealing HaShem/your Neshama in the world, and helping to remind us
and train us to constantly be great. A full link of the shuir is below the video of the week’s link. Thank you to
Rabbi Bernstein for organizing this past years Sunday Morning Program and to all the Rabbeim who spoke and
inspired out students,

YCQ CELEBRATES IT’S 76Th ANNIVERSARY DINNER

Names, Not Numbers

On Wednesday night, March 29th, YCQ hosted Holocaust survivors and their
families at our annual Names, Not Numbers dinner. Students spent time getting to
know the survivors they worked with and interviewed them in order to create a film
that shared their experiences. After dinner, close to 150 people watched the film
produced by our own eighth grade students as they shared a living tribute to the
Holocaust. Thanks to our faculty advisor, Mrs. Ruth Rosenberg, for all her hard
work and supervision, and to the Legacy Heritage Foundation.

Queens Botanical Gardens

On Wednesday March 22, the third grade visited an oasis hidden in Queens, the Queens
Botanical Gardens. The children went on a nature walk around the premises and got to
experience the change of seasons. Outside, the second graders learned about plants and
even planted their own saplings. The children each took home planted seeds and are
eager to watch them sprout. It was a fun and educational way to welcome spring. Thank
you to all of our dedicated second grade teachers who came along with us on this
beautiful trip. Special thanks to Mrs. Chubak for planning this trip.

Debate

YCQ joined Bet Porat Yosef, Flatbush and Noam for a debate on March 22 on the Noam campus. The resolution we
debated was: "The electoral college should be abolished". It was a very challenging topic and the schools performed
admirably. We are very proud that our debater
Michael Gersten won First Place Individual Speaker
and Michael Gersten and Yosef Flamenbaum won as
the Second Place Team. Congratulations to the entire
team for their hard work and diligence! Special
thanks to Mrs. Ben-Habib for all she has done for our
debate team!

Used Book Sale

This past Tuesday, the sixth grade girls hosted the annual used book sale. The girls collected books, and then facilitated the sale,
everything from set up, collecting money, and cleanup! The proceeds all go to different tzdakot in Israel. In Navi class the girls
learned about the beauty of Yishuv Ha’Aretz. The money collected will all go to Rechelim, a community in the Shomron which
has grown exponentially in the last few years, and the children still do not have any place to play. We hope the funds we have
collected will help build a play ground. Special thanks to Morah Hadas Fried for this this special program!

The YCQ-PTO officers would like to thank all
of the people who made Sunday’s PTO

Chinese Auction a huge success. We could not
have done it without the amazing staff and

extended family of YCQ.

Batsheva Solimannia Rabbi Kovitz
Chanan Oxenhandler Ziva Besalel
Devora Baer Reize Sipzner
Etta Anton-Presser Rochel Friedler
Jennifer Jaffe Sara Gherman
Jodi Tanzman Sara Hametz
Moshe Weinstock Sruli Glaser
Rahi Savetsky Vered Besalel

In addition, the YCQ-PTO would like to thank all of the
individuals and businesses who donated prizes to the
raffle, some of whom have asked not to be recognized:

Soy Sauce Restaurant Benjy’s Pizza

The Jewish Quarter Effy Jewelry

M. Bassali Jewelry Meal Mart

Main Sweet Ralph Lauren

Studio 73 Krav Maga

Quint Family Sisser Family

Steinmetz family Cubby Stuff

Eishet Chayil Boutique Hativi Photography

Main Street Judaica Lulu’s of Cedarhurst

Little Smile, Big Smile of West Hempstead

Parnes Hayom

WE THANK THIS WEEK’S SPONSORS
MARCH 27, 2017

IN HONOR OF

OUR THREE CHILDREN
MAX, JACK, AND LOUIS

BY BARRY (‘91) AND CHANA GROSSMAN

FOR THE WEEK OF

‫ ד' ניסן תשע''ז‬-‫כ''ט אדר‬

MARCH 27-31, 2017

IN MEMORY OF

SHMUEL LONNER Z’’L

BY AN ANONYMOUS DONOR
FOR THE REFUA SHELEIMA OF

BINA CHANA TELZTEL BAT FRAIDA RUCHEL

BY ARI AND ARIELLA LEVINE
FOR THE REFUA SHELEIMA OF

CHAYA HINDA BAS SARAH

BY ARI AND RACHELLI WEISS

http://www.ycqweb.com/parnes_hayom_dedication

Get Ready for Summer with YCQ School Spirit!

YCQ Drawstring Bags - $5.00

Pack a bathing suit and towel
Bring on trip day
Use for extra clothes
Bring to the beach with toys
Take on an airplane
FOR $5 YOU CAN TAKE YCQ WITH YOU WHEREVER YOU GO!

YCQ Sports Bottle - 1 for $3.00 or 2 for $5.00

Summer gets hot. Don’t get dehydrated. Save the planet.
So many reasons to stock up on YCQ Sports Bottles for the whole family!

YCQ Kippahs - $12.00

Sporty or sleek—these kippahs are a must for all YCQ boys!

Important Dates:

4/25 Next PTO Meeting
5/3-4 Mother’s/Father’s Day

Boutique
5/16 Spring Supperette
6/6 PTO Closing Reception
06/22 Last Day of School

SHOP ONLINE AND HAVE IT DELIVERED TO
YOUR CHILD IN SCHOOL:

http://www.ycqweb.com/YCQ_PTO_SWAG

YCQ 76th Anniversary Dinner!

Western Hemis”Fair”

Names Not Numbers!


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