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Published by mweinstock, 2017-04-28 08:42:16

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VOLUME 15 NUMBER 26 APRIL 28, 2017 2 IYAR 5777

UPCOMING Parshat Tazria/Metzorah By: Rabbi Landsman

EVENTS

Candle Lighting:
7:30

Havdallah: 8:32

Monday, May 1
Yom HaZikaron
Special Programs

Tuesday, May 2
Yom Ha’atzmaut
Special Programs

Mon.—Fri.
May 8-12
Terra Nova
Achievement
Tests Grades 3-8

Sunday, May 14
Lag B’Omer
Mother’s Day

Monday, May 15

Lag B’Omer Programs

YCQ Family News Class Placement Request Forms have been e-mailed out!
Please make sure to fill them out and submit by
Mazel Tov to Mrs. May 19th 2017.
Fried on the Bar
Mitzvah of her son Avi

(7B2)!

Mazel Tov to Mrs.
Hoffman on the birth

of a baby boy!

Mazel Tov to Mrs,
Kovan on the Bar
Mitzvah of her son

Daniel!

Mazel tov to Mrs.
Bermish on the birth
of a granddaughter!

Mazel Tov to Morah
Sara Kesherim on the

birth of
granddaughter!

Congratulations to Mr.
Cruz on the marriage

of his son!

Condolences to Mrs.
Ruti Vidan on the loss

of her mother!

Junior High School Commemorates Yom Hashoah
On Monday, April 24, the JHS students commemorated Yom HaShoah with a moving
production for the students in grades 5-7. The theme of the performance was
Resistance and Redemption. The play included choir, dance beautiful scenery and
preformances based on true stories of survivors. The program concluded with the
lighting of candles to commemorate the six million Jewish people that were killed in
the Holocaust. Thank you to Rabbi Nat, Morah Elana, Mrs. Golubtchik and all of the
8th grade teachers and students for making this program so meaningful.

Yom HaShoah Assembly
On Thursday, May 5th, the third and fourth grade students participated in a meaningful
assembly led by Rabbi Landsman. The students watched “Daniel Story,” a fictional
movie about a Jewish child growing up in Germany during the holocaust. Afterwards,
there was a very inspiring candle lighting ceremony. Several YCQ students were able
to bring in their holocaust survivor relatives. After each candle was lit, a student shared
a short personal story about the holocaust survivor. After the candle lighting ceremony,
Rabbi Nat and his choir led the Kel Maleh and sang moving songs. Thank you to Rabbi
Ribalt for coordinating the program.

September 2017 10 Elul 5777 - 10 Tishrei 5778

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

WINTER VACATION 1 210 ELUL 11 ELUL
JANUARY 18-28
2018 7:09 Ki Seitzei

8:08

13 ELUL 14 ELUL 15 ELUL 16 ELUL 17 ELUL 18 ELUL
3 4 5 6 7 8 912 ELUL

Labor Day FACULTY FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL REGULAR SESSIONS 6:57 Ki Savo
WORKSHOP GRADES 2-8 GRADES 1-8
9:00AM-4:00PM 1:30 DISMISSAL PRE-SCHOOL FIRST DAY OF 7:56
ORIENTATION
. BY APPOINTMENT PRESCHOOL
BD. OF TRUSTEES MTG. LICE CHECK FOR
GRADE 1 Orientation 8:30PM N,K,1
9-10 AM
N AND K ORIENTATION BUS SERVICE BEGINS
BY APPOINTMENT
LICE CHECK Gd 2-8

.

Faculty Workshops 2:00-3:30

FOR
KINDERGARTEN

10 1119 ELUL 1220 ELUL 1321 ELUL 1422 ELUL 1523 ELUL 1624 ELUL 25 ELUL

BACK TO BACK TO BACK TO 6:45 Nitzavim - Vayelech

SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL NIGHT 7:44
N, K, 1 GRADES 2-3 JHS
SELICHOT BEGIN
7:30 PM 7:00PM 7:30 PM 5-8 PARENT-CHILD
SELICHOT PROGRAM

GRADES 4-5

8:00 PM

17 1826 ELUL 1927 ELUL 2028 ELUL 2129 ELUL 221 TISHREI 232 TISHREI 3 TISHREI

Erev Rosh Hashanah Rosh Hashanah - Day 6:34Rosh Hashanah - Day Haazinu
1
6:37 2 7:32
7:35
EREV 1ST DAY 2ND DAY
ROSH HASHANAH ROSH
ROSH
No Sessions HASHANAH
6:16 NO SESSIONS

7:14 HASHANAH

NO SESSIONS

24 254 TISHREI 265 TISHREI 276 TISHREI 287 TISHREI 298 TISHREI 309 TISHREI 10 TISHREI

FAST OF GEDALIAH Erev Yom Kippur Yom Kippur

6:22 7:21
YOM KIPPUR
EREV
YOM KIPPUR
NO SESSIONS

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 het-
erogeneous 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 belong-
ing 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. 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 inappropriate group dynamics and more likely to redefine their indi-
vidual 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 Friday, May 19. Feel free to include any
pertinent information that will assist 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 Fried 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

YESHIVA
OF

CENTRAL QUEENS
Celebrate Israel Parade

Sunday June 4, 2017
10 Sivan 5777

Mandatory attendance for all
students in grades 4-8
Schedule and location

information coming soon!!!!

Yeshiva of Central Queens

Parade Sign Up

All participants in the Israel Day Parade must wear this year’s YCQ T-shirt. T-shirts and
transportation will cost $5 per person (required even if you will not be using transportation). Special

thanks to the PTO for subsidizing the cost.

Pease fill out the form below and submit it with the total payment to Mrs. Liron Friedman no later than,

FRIDAY MAY 19H, 2017

Name Indicate Class Going to Not going Not returning
parent or parade
with YCQ with YCQ Returning with YCQ bus
student (for Adult Sizes bus but with YCQ bus (will pick up
bus meeting us in child at end of
student)
the city parade route)

Last First Parent Student

S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL
S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL

S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL

S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL

S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL

S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL

Attendance is mandatory for all students in grades 4-8. A signed note requesting to be excused from the parade must
be given to Rabbi Landsman. More information will follow in the next few weeks. If you have any questions please call

Mrs. Liron Friedman at 718-793-8500 ext 330.

Enclosed please find $___________ for _________________ Parents who join YCQ’s group for the
parade are requested to please march in the
(Number of people) area designated for parents. Thank you for

Signature _____________________ your cooperation.

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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 Fabiana Czemerinski via email:
[email protected] or at 718 281-3529

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

YESHIVA OF CENTRAL QUEENS
ATTENTION PARENTS OF STUDENTS THAT RECEIVE SERVICEES

THROUGH THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

• Please be aware that YCQ does not receive your child’s IEP/IESP
(Individualized Educational Plan) from the DOE/CSE.

• According to the CSE, the only way that we can get a copy is
parent generated.

• We recommend asking for a second copy at the meeting.
• As soon as you receive the IEP, please make a copy and send it

to school, attention Mrs. Deborah Bermish.

Why does YCQ need a copy of the IEP?
• All therapists will be aware of your child’s goals.
• YCQ will be aware of the services your child should receive.
• Teachers will be aware of the testing accommodations for the
Terra Nova tests, as well as classroom modifications.
• All IEP’s are confidential and kept in a locked file.

Thank you for your prompt attention to this urgent matter.

Mrs. Deborah Bermish
Director of Student Services

YCQ-PTO PRESENTS A SPRING FUNDRAISER
These are easy to use, stick on labels that last wash after wash.
No more hours of ironing on labels or writing in your child’s name with

a marker that will fade after a few washes.
Also available are bag tags, a large assortment of large and small per-
sonalized name labels, allergy alert labels, and dishwasher-safe, wa-

terproof labels.

Use this link:
http://campaigns.mabelslabels.com/
& choose Yeshiva of Central Queens

Through this link you can place your order for all of your camp labels,
have them shipped directly to your house, and the YCQ-PTO will make
20% on each sale. The money raised goes directly to programs for the

children.

Parnes Hayom

WE THANK THIS WEEK’S SPONSORS
MONDAY, NISSAN 28

IN MEMORY OF

LILLY SMILOW A’’H

GREAT GRANDMOTHER OF
MAX(3-211), AIDAN (1-203), AND VIVIANA OLSEN

BY YECHIEL AND MARILYN SCHWARTZ
IN MEMORY OF

DAVID FREEMAN A"H

BY AARON (’72) AND BETSY STEIN

http://www.ycqweb.com/parnes_hayom_dedication

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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

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So many reasons to stock up on YCQ Sports Bottles for the whole family!

YCQ Kippahs - $12.00

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Important Dates:

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

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

SHOP ONLINE AND HAVE IT DELIVERED TO
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