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The VIEW 33, Vol. 12

The VIEW 33, Vol. 12

VOLUME 12 NUMBER 33 JUNE 13, 2014 15 SIVAN 5774

UPCOMING Parshat Shelach By: Rabbi Landsman
EVENTS
It is difficult to comprehend how much could go wrong in such a short period of time
Candle Lighting: with superior people being the main destroyers. After all, Moshe sent the best representatives he
8:08 could find to become the spies and he certainly was blindsided by their unexpected and unjus-

Havdallah: 9:10

Monday June 16 tified report. So, what really went wrong? The question has been examined for thousands of

Nursery “Moving years by all of the great commentators to Torah. What emerges from all of this scholarly opin-

Up” Ceremony ion is that there were two basic underlying, subconscious, inherently unrecognizable motiva-
Last day of Nursery tions that created this debacle. Rabbi Wein states that in a certain sense, these two motives
were not unique to the spies, the leaders of Israel, but were deeply embedded in the hearts of the
Classes
Senior Awards

Dinner Eighth Grade Jews of that generation. That is why the Jews were so willing to accept the words of the ten

Tuesday June 17 spies and ignore the truth that Yehoshua and Calev related to them. The first motivation was
Kindergarten a personal one. The leaders in the desert realized that new leaders would take their places once
Graduation the Jewish people settled in the Promised Land, so they subconsciously chose to scuttle the idea
Last Day of of going to the Land of Israel in favor of remaining in office in the desert. When the rabbis said
Kindergarten ”One should not trust one’s self” they meant that one’s judgment is always clouded by self-
Classes

8th grade interest. One has to examine one’s own prejudices, experiences, ego and desires before passing

Graduation judgment on important issues. The prophet stated: “The heart is perverse, who can truly know
7PM it?”

Wednesday June 18 The other motivation, the one that the general public of Israel in the desert also feared
Trip Day Grades 1-6
Last Day of Classes was the necessity of assuming responsibilities that having a Jewish state in the Land of Israel

7th Grade entailed. That generation came from being slaves in Egypt. Being a slave is no joy but a slave

Thursday June 19 after all has no independence, no decisions to make, and no responsibilities to shoulder. After
Last Day of Classes Egypt, they came to a desert where all of their material needs were miraculously met. Manna
from heaven, water from the rock and from Miriam’s traveling well, dry cleaners from clouds
Grades 1-6 and perfect weather were taken for granted. Then, when they would become independent state
1:30PM Dismissal

YCQ Family builders upon coming into the Land of Israel all of those support systems would disappear. They

News would have to become masters of their own destiny and they shirked from this task. The slave

Mazal Tov Ariel mentality had not been eradicated from their subconscious. They preferred to return to Egypt

Noy on his Bar rather than to advance to the Land of Israel and have to deal with all of the problems of inde-
Mitzvah pendent nationhood. Our generation is still witness to the difficulties of uprooting the psyche of
dependency from Jews and getting them to face the responsibilities of nationhood and home-
Mazel Tov to
Meirav Landsman,

and Leorah land, avoiding national responsibilities leads to disastrous consequences for such a generation.

Khaimov on their Decisions of policy and state founded upon weakness of will and distorted vision always come
Bat Mitzvah!
Mazel Tov to Rabbi back to haunt us. Yehoshua and Calev may have been the minority opinion but history has

Lonner on the proven them to be the authors of the correct opinion.
birth of a
grandson! Have a Wonderful Shabbat!

Sixth Grade Girls Chagigat Bnot Mitzvah

The sixth grade girls had a wonderful experience this past Monday evening as they celebrated be-
coming Bnot Mitzvah. The girls wrote beautiful essays about their namesakes, and raised money for
a girls orphanage in Israel. The girls performed for their guests and ate a delicious dinner. Each girl
received a kreiat shema al hamita along with a pillow that had a grade picture on it and a framed copy
of their namessake essay. Many thanks to Morah Michelle Farbman for all her hard work in making
this evening so special and to all the sixth grade Morot for their effort and assistance.

Seventh Grade Philadelphia Trip

On Monday, June 2nd, the seventh grade students had a wonderful time visiting Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania. They went on the duck tour boat which took them through Philly by land and by
sea. They had the opportunity to see the historic Liberty Bell, a historic shul that is one of the
oldest in Pennsylvania and the National Constitutional Center. The students had an education-
al and exciting day visiting many notable landmarks. Thank you so much to all of the chaper-
ones for taking time our of their busy schedules to join the seventh graders on this most mem-
orable trip.

Celebrate Israel Parade

On Sunday June 1st, YCQ proudly marched up Fifth Avenue along with thousands of other students
from the tri-state area to Celebrate Israel! Our theme this year was “Yerushalayim Shel Zahav” as
depicted on our beautiful shirts. We learned all about the gold crown given to Rabbi Akiva’s wife!
Special thanks to Mrs. Liron Friedman, Mrs. Linda Benson, Mrs. Remona Lubek, Rabbi Hamel, Mrs.
Teichman, Mrs. Golubtchik, Mrs. Tzerel Goldschmidt, Mr. Russel Perlmutter, Cruz, Oren, and Kevin!
May we be zoche to march next year in the parade leading up to the third beit hamikdash in
Yerushalayim Habenuya!!

Eighth Grade Trip to Washington!

On Wednesday May 28th the eighth grade boarded buses and headed for the nation’s capital!
They first stop was the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum including, the permanent
exhibit, Hall of Witnesses, and Daniel’s Story. The students toured the Jefferson Memorial, Lin-
coln Memorial, Vietnam Memorial, and Korean Memorial. The boys than went to The Smith-
sonian Air and Space Museum, while the girls went to the Smithsonian National Museum of
Natural History. The students went to the gift shop, and went to take a picture outside the
White House. Followed by eating dinner at Max’s Restaurant. The following morning the stu-
dents ate breakfast at the JCC of Baltimore, Eden Café, and then went on a guided Tour
through the capital. Then we went to Six Flags Amusement Park, followed by EJ’s Pizza dinner
served at a rest area! Thank you to all the chaperons that joined this memorable trip!

xbhuue krybxws vchah
Yeshiva of Central Queens

September 2014 September 2014-2015 February 2015
Sun Mo Tue We Thu Fri Sun Mo Tue We Thu Fri Sat
1 Labor Day
12345 2 Faculty Workshops 1234567
7 8 9 10 11 12 3 Student Orientation Grades. N-8
14 15 16 17 18 19 4 First Day of School Grades. 1-8 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
15 16 17 18 19 20 21
21 22 23 24 25 26 4 Student Orientation Grades N & K
28 29 30 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
5 First Day of School Grades N & K
October 2014 March 2015
Sun Mo Tue We Thu Fri 8 Back to School Night JHS 7:30 PM Sun Mo Tue We Thu Fri Sat
Back to School Night Grades. 2-5 7:30 PM
123 Sat 9 Back to School Night N, K & 1 7:30 PM 1234567
5 6 7 8 9 10 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
12 13 14 15 16 17 10 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
19 20 21 22 23 24 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
26 27 28 29 30 31 6 20 JHS Selichot Learning Proram 29 30 31

November 2014 24-26 Rosh Hashanah (No Sessions) April 2015
Sun Mo Tue We Thu Fri Sun Mo Tue We Thu Fri Sat
13 October
1234
20 3 Erev Yom Kippur (No Sessions) 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Yom Kippur (No Sessions) 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
4 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30
27 8-17 Succot (No Sessions)
May 2015
28 New Family Welcome Reception 8 PM Sun Mo Tue We Thu Fri Sat

29 8th Gr. Parents High School Night 8 PM 12
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Sat November 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
4 4 Election Day Regular Sessions 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
11 5 Bar Mitzvah Workshop 7th Grade Boys 7PM 31
7-8 JHS Boys Shabbaton
9 Preschool Open House 10 AM June 2015
11 BJE Conferences (No Sessions) Sun Mo Tue We Thu Fri Sat

12 Bat Mitzvah Workshop 6th Grade Girls 7 PM 123456
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
18-19 Picture Day 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
18 22 3rd Grade Intergenerational Melave Malka 7PM 28 29 30

23 Judaic Studies 8th Grade BJE Exam No Sessions

25 27-28 Thanksgiving (No Sessions)

December
2 Parent-Teacher Conferences 3:45 Dismissal

7 & 14 Chumash Presentations 2 Classes

8 Parent-Teacher Conferences 3:45 Dismissal

234567 Sat 22 Chanukah - No Sessions
24-2 No Queens Bus Service - 3:30 Dismissal K-8
1 January
8 1 New Years Day (No Sessions) Asarah B’Tevet
4 & 11 First Grade Siddur Presentation (2 classes)

9 10 11 12 13 14 15-25 Winter Vacation

15 February

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 2-3 5th Grade Greenkill Overnight Trip
President’s Day - No Sessions
16

23 24 25 26 27 28 29 18-19 5th Grade Western Hemis-Fair
30
20-21 JHS Girls Shabbaton
December 2014
March

3 & 9 Parent-Teacher Conferences 3:45 Dismissal

4 Ta’anit Esther (1:30 Dismissal)

Su Mo Tue We Thu Fri Sat 5 Purim - No Sessions
17 Science Fair 6th Grade 7PM
8th Grade Yachad Shabbaton
1 234 5 6 20-21
78 9 10 11 12
14 15 16 17 18 19 April
21 22 23 24 25 26
28 29 30 31 13 2-11 Pesach ( No Sessions)

January 2015 May
20 2
No Sessions N & K - BJE Conferences

27 11-14 Achievement Tests

13 P.A. Supperette

18 5th Grade Transition Night

22-25 Shavuot ( No Sessions)

25 Memorial Day (No Sessions)

Sun Mo Tue We Thu Fri Sat 27-28 8th Grade Washington Trip
31 Salute to Israel Parade
456 12
11 12 13 789 3 June Philadelphia Trip 7th Grade
18 19 20 14 15 16 Chagigat Bnot Mitzvah 6th Grade Girls
25 26 27 21 22 23 3
28 29 30
10 8

17 4 Literacy/Writing Festival Gds. 1-2
Literacy/Writing Festival Gds. 3-5
10

24 15 Senior Awards Dinner
8th Grade Graduation
15 Nursery Moving Up Ceremony

31 16

17 Kindergarten Graduation

17 Last Day of School Grade 7

No Bus Service 18 Last day of Class 1-6 (1:30 Dismissal)

September 2014 6 Elul 5774 - 6 Tishrei 5775

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

6 ELUL 7 ELUL 8 ELUL 9 ELUL 10 ELUL 11 ELUL

1 234 5 6

Labor Day FACULTY STUDENT ORIENTATION FIRST FULL DAY OF 7:03 Ki Seitzei
WORKSHOPS GRADES N, K BY CLASS 1-8
APPOINTMENT FIRST DAY OF 8:01
ORIENTATION PRESCHOOL
GRADE 1: 8:30AM-10AM GRADES N, K N: 9AM-12PM
GRADE 2-8: 8AM-1:30PM BY APPOINTMENT K: 8AM-12PM
LICE CHECK GRADES 2-8 LICE CHECK LICE CHECK N,K
NO K BUS SERVICE
FACULTY WORKSHOPS GRADE 1
2:00-3:30

12 ELUL 13 ELUL 1014 ELUL 1115 ELUL 1216 ELUL 1317 ELUL 18 ELUL

789 Ki Savo

BACK TO BACK TO BACK TO 6:51 7:50
SCHOOL SCHOOL SCHOOL

NIGHT NIGHT NIGHT

JHS GRADES 2-5 GRADES N, K, 1
7:30 PM
7:30 PM 7:30 PM

14 1519 ELUL 1620 ELUL 1721 ELUL 1822 ELUL 1923 ELUL 2024 ELUL 25 ELUL

6:39 Nitzavim - Vayelech

7:38
SELICHOT BEGIN

5-8 PARENT-
CHILD

SELICHOT
PROGRAM

21 2226 ELUL 2327 ELUL 2428 ELUL 2529 ELUL 261 TISHREI 272 TISHREI 3 TISHREI

Selichos Begin Erev Rosh Hashanah Rosh Hashanah - Day Rosh Hashanah - Day Fast of Gedalyah
1
NO SESSIONS 2 Haazinu
ERUV TAVSHILIN NO SESSIONS
6:27 7:26
6:31 7:30
NO SESSIONS

28 294 TISHREI 305 TISHREI 6 TISHREI Winter Vacation
Thursday,

January 15 -
Sunday, January

25 2015

YU Student Awarded Research Fellowship in Bioethics 
YU Senior Mark Weingarten selected for prestigious research fellowship, credits quality of undergraduate education for the 
award. 
By Arutz Sheva Staff 

First Publish: 6/9/2014, 9:59 PM 
Mark Weingarten 
Matt Yaniv/courtesy of Yeshiva University 
Mark Weingarten of Holliswood, a senior at Yeshiva 
University, was selected to conduct research as part of the 
Emily Murray Fellowship at the Hastings Center for 
Bioethics in Hastings, New York this summer.  
The three‐week program began at the end of May and is 
open to undergraduates who are preparing a senior thesis 
in bioethics. Weingarten’s research will focus on two 
projects that integrate Torah, biomedical science and law.  
One will explore the ethical considerations that arise from 
the publication of irreproducible or seemingly fraudulent 
scientific data, in addition to developing systems 
approaches to enhance research integrity.  
The other will examine ethical issues with respect to animals, particularly regarding the controversy over the humane killing of 
animals for food, and the interplay between religion, history, law and ethics in determining policy.  
“I hope to use this research to investigate the broader questions that underlie many elements of the biomedical field in 
general, and the way in which legal and religious traditions engage advancements in science and technology,” Weingarten, 
who is majoring in history at Yeshiva College and also pursuing semicha (rabbinic ordination) at YU‐affiliated Rabbi Isaac 
Elchanan Theological Seminary, stated. “I hope that this study will further my ability to synthesize the knowledge and 
sensitivities that I have gleaned from my rabbinical studies and biological research to address personal and societal ethical 
scientific dilemmas.” He credited his rabbis and professors at YU for their guidance in his research and other intellectual 
pursuits, and for helping him discover new insights and opportunities related to his studies. 
This project represents the next stage of his research with Dr. Yakov Peter, assistant professor of biology, who has served as 
his mentor since he began his journey at YU three years ago.  
“Dr. Peter's mentorship, his caring and dedication to his students, is extremely inspiring and remarkable,” said Weingarten. 
“Under his tutelage, I have been granted exposure to the world of research, and afforded opportunities that have been 
unparalleled learning experiences. Dr. Peter was instrumental as a sparring partner to develop unique ideas for the thesis, and 
in his brilliant and unique approaches to always push the bar higher.”  
“Mark is a friendly, hardworking and highly motivated student,” said Dr. Peter, who helped Weingarten secure a research 
opportunity at a Harvard laboratory last summer to study pulmonary cell biology. “He is determined, quick, resourceful and 
open to new ideas. He has already co‐authored two manuscripts in peer‐reviewed journals, which is a very rare 
accomplishment for an undergraduate student. With the tools he acquired at YU, Mark will now be able to follow his dreams 
in the field of bioethics.”  
Weingarten also acknowledged the mentorship of two Roshei Yeshiva whose wisdom and guidance served as constant 
sources of inspiration during his research: Rabbi Moshe Tendler, Rabbi Isaac and Bella Tendler Chair in Jewish Medical Ethics 
and professor of biology, who first introduced him to the field of bioethics, and Rabbi J. David Bleich, Herbert and Florence 
Tenzer Professor of Jewish Law and Ethics at YU’s Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and a postdoctoral fellow at the 
Hastings Center, “whose prowess in Torah and bioethics is astonishing,” Weingarten said.  
“I was first captivated by the field of bioethics when taking Rabbi Tendler's course,” Weingarten recalled. “There, I witnessed 
his mastery of the material, and the manner in which he harnessed a variety of viewpoints to present the multifaceted 
elements of each dilemma.” 
In addition, Weingarten has been studying with Rabbi Shalom Carmy, assistant professor of Jewish Philosophy and Bible to “to 
gain the background in philosophy necessary to achieve an enhanced perception of the issues at hand,” he said. He also plans 
to connect with Rosh Yeshiva Rabbi Ozer Glickman later this summer, “to study some of the pertinent legal and Talmudic 
discussions.” 
During the fellowship, student scholars research and write a portion of their project, deliver a presentation of their work to 
Hastings Center scholars and are able to discuss their project individually with the Center’s research scholars. “It is an 
incredible blessing and humbling opportunity to now interact with and learn from some of the leaders in the field whose 
articles we discussed and debated in class,” said Weingarten.  
 

YCQ CALENDAR

Reservations

Please return this slip to the The YCQ Administration and Parents Association are now preparing the School
business office by July 1, 2014. Calendar for next year. The calendar includes the school schedule for the
After this date, you will still be upcoming year as well as important information for you as a parent; it will be
able to submit listings, until distributed to all YCQ parents and advertisers.
mid-July, but a late fee may apply!
The calendar is a great way to note a birthday or anniversary as well as commemorate
Make checks payable to “YCQ PA”. the yahrzeit of a loved one; it’s also a great place to advertise your business. The
fees are listed on the cut-off slip below. If you are planning a Bar or Bat Mitzvah
Thank you in advance for your in the upcoming school year, we will print a “Mazel Tov” in the calendar free of
timely response. Do it now; don’t charge! (You must fill out the slip below and tell us the Bar/Bat Mitzvah date.)
be left out!

Please note: The placement of a Bar/Bat Mitzvah date in the calendar does not
secure your date on the school’s main Bar/Bat Mitzvah calendar; all Bar/Bat
Mitzvah dates must be secured with Rabbi Landsman or Rabbi Hamel.

Sincerely,

Robyn Socol

(917) 750-1107
Calendar Chairperson

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card for ad to be printed in calendar.
Fee: ____ 6 months /$175
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Fee: $5 per listing (four listings for $18)
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year’s 12 mos. advertisers)
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and any special instructions.
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“Mrs. Franklin is a wonderful group leader who
has taught social skills training for a number of
years. The children relate to her well and learn
concrete and attainable skills. I recommend her
program without hesitation.”
-Marcy Davidovics, LCSW
(YCQ Social Worker Director)

S S Tocial kills raining Groups

“This summer, prepare your child for a socially successful upcoming school year!”
Pre1A- 5th grade (Groups divided by age and gender)

►12 Session Program, SUMMER 2014: mid-June through end July. Available to come to your
child’s day camp, or other Queens location!

●Making and keeping friends “I have found that [my students who
●Empathy and recognizing emotions have participated in SST] have shown
●Conversation and listening skills great progress in the areas worked upon
in the social skills groups…”
-M.N., 1st grade teacher in MHR

●Respect for authority and peers

●Impulse control and anger management

●Conflict resolution skills

●Assertiveness training/dealing with teasing/bullying

●Personal space & Self-esteem “My son is now more assertive and

he is not being bullied anymore. He

is much more self-confident and

much happier in school, especially

on a social level.” –TM parent

About the Director: Mrs. Deetza Franklin, M.Ed., is a NYS Certified School Counselor (currently also pursuing LMHC)
who has successfully run social skills training groups in 5 different schools including YCQ, Tifereth Moshe and Bais
Yaakov Queens. Mrs. Franklin also works with children individually in schools, to address different social,
emotional, behavioral and school-related issues.

►Also offering an Individualized Social Skills Training Program for when a group is not available and/or if your
child can benefit from a more customized program, focused solely on their unique needs. Inquire for details.

For a detailed information packet about the group program or the individualized program,
e-mail [email protected]

Call or e-mail Mrs. Franklin with questions and to register ~ 347-618-9797





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