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Published by mweinstock, 2016-10-14 01:46:50

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VOLUME 15 NUMBER 5 OCTOBER 14, 2016 12 TISHREI 5777

UPCOMING Parshat Ha’azinu/Sukkot By: Rabbi Landsman

EVENTS The holiday of Sukkot starts this coming Sunday evening on the 15th day of

Candle Lighting: Tishrei. Sukkot is characterized by the unique commandment of dwelling in Sukkot

5:57 temporary, hut-like dwellings, as the Torah says in Vayikra “In booths you are to

Havdallah: 6:56 dwell for seven days …so that your generations will know that I caused the children
of Israel to dwell in booths when I took them from the land of Egypt….”
Wednesday Oct.26 The Sages in masechet Succah (11b) disagree as to what the “booths” that
Sessions Resume
the Jews dwelt in refer to. Rabbi Eliezer says that these booths are a reference to
Sunday Oct. 30 the miraculous “Ananai HaKavod,” the “Clouds of Glory,” with which Hashem
First 5th—8th
Parent-Child surrounded the Jews throughout their forty year sojourn in the desert after having
Learning Program left Egypt. These clouds protected the Jews from the elements and the hot desert

9-11:30 floor, kept the Jews’ clothing clean, and guided the nation of Israel through the

UPK in Session desert. Rabbi Akiva maintains, however, that these “booths” refer to the actual
booths or huts that the Jews built while in the desert to serve as their dwellings.
Wednesday Nov. 2 The Aruch HaShulchan (Orech Chayim 625) raises the following question:

Rosh Chodesh Whereas Rabbi Eliezer’s booths were manifestations of a great miracle that Hashem
Cheshvan
performed for the Jews in the desert, and certainly merits a commandment
8th grade Parent commemorating the infinite kindness and protection of Hashem, Rabbi Akiva’s
High School Night
interpretation is most puzzling in light of the commandment to dwell in the Sukkah.
8:00PM
What is the significance of the huts that the Jews lived in while in the desert?

The Aruch HaShulchan answers his own question. According to Rabbi Akiva,

YCQ Family News the Succah commemorates the greatness of the Jewish people. Their faith in
Mazel Tov to Mrs. Cohen Hashem was so complete and so total that they traveled into the uninhabitable
(Assistant Principal) on the
Bar Mitzvah of her son Eitan desert wasteland at Hashem’s command. In this wasteland, the Jews did not even

(8B2)! have permanent dwellings, but merely booths, trusting in Hashem that He would

Mazel Tov to Rabbi care for their every need in the wilderness, which of course, He did.
Finestone (JHS Rebbe) and Based on what we have seen, both Rabbi Eliezer’s and Rabbi Akiva’s

Mrs. Finestone (SETTS interpretation of the Israelite’s “booths” in the desert relate our observance of the
teacher) on the birth of a commandment of Sukkot to Hashem’s miraculous protection of the Jews during
their forty year sojourn through the desert on route to the land of Israel. This
grandson! protection was not furnished only to the Jewish people while in the desert, but in His
infinite kindness, Hashem has extended that protection to our people throughout the
Mazel Tov to Dara Khaimov
and Riva Goldberg on there

Bat Mitzvah!

Mazel Tov to Yoni Dan on his
Bar Mitzvah!

Mazel Tov to Avi and Rivie ages. This special protection, symbolized by the Sukkah, has ensured the continued
(Shalev) (‘03) Blum on the
existence and survival of the Jewish people until this very day.
birth of a girl!

Mazel Tov to Tamar Shabbat Shalom and Chag Sameach
(Danzger) (’77) and Yaakov

Meztger on the birth of a
grandson!

Mazel Tov to Andrea WOW - Academic Words
(Summers) (’98) and Aaron
Gluck on the birth of a baby 1. analysis - abstract separation of a whole into its constituent parts
2. approach - move towards
girl! 3. area- the extent of a 2-dimensional surface within a boundary
4. assessment - the act of judging a person or situation or event
Mazel Tov to Chavie 5. assume - take to be the case or to be true
(Rosenberg) (’93) and Rabbi
Yehuda Balsam on the Bar

Mitzvah of their son!

Mazel Tov to Rebecca (Feld)
(’95) and Gavi Hain on the

birth of a baby boy!

Mazel Tov to Susan (Barth)
(’78) and Mordy Goldstein on

the engagement of their
daughter Shani to Avi
Stochel!

Kapparot Program

On Monday October tenth, the students in grades 1-5 attended a Yom Kippur Kapparot
assembly. Rabbi Landsman told a story about the children of a king and queen who felt so
privileged to be part of the royal family. The children were inspired to have a better
understanding of how they should behave on Yom Kippur. The children really connected
and took upon themselves not to eat junk food on Yom Kippur. The students did their
kapparot with money, the proceeds of which will go to an Israeli organization called Of
Le’Shabbat. The tzedakah collected will be given to help the poor in Israel buy food for

Shabbat.

Rabbi Lavi Greenspan Speaks to the Eighth Grade Students

On Wednesday October 5th, the eighth grade students had the privilege of hearing Rabbi Lavi Greenspan speak about his
life story. Lavi became blind in his mid-twenties while studying at Fordham Law School. He had previously graduated
YCQ, Yeshiva of Flatbush High School and received a BA from Yeshiva University. After losing his eyesight, he
completed law school and passed the Bar Exam and furthered his graduate education by obtaining Smicha from Yeshiva
University and most recently receiving a Masters Degree in Social Work. He is humorous, outgoing and extremely
personable. The students loved his stories and jokes and his words of compassion and wisdom. Lavi told us about the
hardest and seemingly lowest point of his life. What was it that kept him going that was so important for us to hear Erev
Yom Kippur? Lavi told us that there are four things that keep his spirits high: Family, Am Israel, his Rebbe, and Torah. On
a day like Yom Kippur we think back to Lavi’s story and realize that we are so blessed and Baruch Hashem we have so
much bracha!

YCQ Sixth Grade Visits Chofetz Chaim!
This past Monday our sixth grade boys visited Rabbi Grunblatt, Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshiva Chofetz Chaim to
receive their first Gemarah. Together with their Rabbeim the boys had an opportunity to hear special words
of Torah and chizuk from the Rosh Yeshiva. Rabbi Grunblatt then presented each student with their
Gmarah. Mazel Tov to all our learners! May we see many great things from all our students! Special thanks
to the Rabbeim for organizing this beautiful and momentous trip!

Rabbi Finkelman Delivers Teshuva Lecture to the JHS Students

On Monday October 10th, 2016 the JHS students had the unbelievable honor and privilege of
hearing Rabbi Finkelman, mashgiach ruchani, Yeshivat Ohr HaChaim, speak to them about
Teshuvah. He described the unbelievable opportunity that Yom Kippur provides us to improve
ourselves, and get closer to HaShem. He told some incredible Dvrei Torah, stories and anecdotes
in order to inspire the entire audience. After the drasha Rabbi Finkelman remained in the shul
for an extended period of time giving each student a special bracha and wishing them a
wonderful new year!

ATTENTION YCQ
FAMILIES

Please Join Us With Your Child* at the
YCQ PRESCHOOL OPEN HOUSE
Sunday, November 13, 2016
10:00-11:30 AM

Sibling registration for YCQ families will begin on
Monday, November 1, 2016.

Please call Mrs. Sharon Korn 718-793-8500 x313 or
Hadas Fried at ext. 310 to make an appointment. Don’t
delay! Our preschool fills up quickly and we don't want

you to miss out.

*If your child attends, he/she must be accompanied by
at least one parent and another adult who will remain

with your child during the children’s program.

Parnes Hayom

WE THANK THIS WEEK’S SPONSORS:

MONDAY 8, TISHREI

IN MEMORY OF DR. BERNARD TEITELMAN- BINYAMIN BEN SHMUEL, ‫ ע“ה‬ON HIS YAHRZEIT (YOM KIPPUR)
BY RABBI LAWRENCE AND NEHAMA TEITELMAN
IN LOVING MEMORY OF BUBBY RIVKA KRAUSZ ‫ע“ה‬

GREAT-GRANDMOTHER OF LAYLA, SERINA AND MAYA EISENBERG
BY RONNIE AND ELISHEVA EISENBERG

IN MEMORY OF THE YAHRZEIT OF ESTHER PIMIENTA ‫ע“ה‬
BY THE CHERSON FAMILY

THURSDAY 11, TISHREI

IN MEMORY OF THE YAHRZEIT OF ESTHER PIMIENTA ‫ע“ה‬
BY THE CHERSON FAMILY

IN HONOR OF YESHIVA OF CENTRAL QUEENS
BY THE BOCK FAMILY
FRIDAY 12, TISHREI

IN MEMORY OF THE YAHRZEIT OF ESTHER PIMIENTA ‫ע“ה‬
BY THE CHERSON FAMILY

http://www.ycqweb.com/parnes_hayom_dedication

Yeshiva of
Central

147-37 70th Road, Flushing, NY 11367 • (718) 793-8500 • FAX (718) 793-8504

10/13/16

Dear Parents,
Please be aware that the following services are provided to your child through the NYC Board

of Education/Committee for Special Education, not YCQ:
• SETSS
• Occupational Therapy
• Physical Therapy
• Speech and Language Services
• Counseling
Please call the Committee for Special Education (CSE) if your child is not receiving the

services that should be provided. We allow the services to take place in our Yeshiva, however, we do
not oversee the services. The CSE is constantly changing forms and regulations. If you receive
paperwork for the CSE, and are unsure as to what they are regarding, please call the CSE
directly and ask what you need to do with it. In addition, please be aware that the school does not get
copies of paperwork that you are provided from the CSE, nor do we have access to your child's Board of
Education information. You are your child's best advocate.

In addition, if you attend a meeting with the CSE, please send us a copy of the !ESP paperwork
you receive so we can keep it on file. Please send it to Debbie Bermish's attention, in the Resource
Room. This is the only way that we are able to stay on top of which students have been given services.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. We look forward to another successful year
with your child at YCQ.

Sincerely,

Principal Mrs. Deborah Bermish
Director of Student Services

Title I Agency Contact Person Contact Information I Services
Ester Morell
Chairperson (718)- 281-3460

Special Education Fabiana Czemerinski (718)-281-35 29 Provides P4 for SETSS
Evaluation, Placement
and Program Officer (718) -557- 2635 and RSA for all related

Quality [email protected] services

Allison (718)-263-3455 Agency for Speech and
[email protected] Language Service

Selected by the U. S. Department of Education as a "Blue Ribbon School" for excellence in education

YCQ FIFTH-EIGHTH GRADE BOYS & GIRLS
PARENT-CHILD SUNDAY LEARNING PROGRAM

OPENING PROGRAM
SUNDAY,

OCTOBER 30, 2016 28 Tishrei 5777
9 AM - 11:30 AM

Followed by a weekly 3-on-3
basketball tournament and Zumba Class

for girls!

Guest Speaker:

RABBI PAYSACH KROHN,

NOTED AUTHOR, MOHEL AND LECTURER ON TOPICS RELATED
TO ETHICS AND SPIRITUAL GROWTH.

TOPIC: “Enhancing The Bond Between
Parents and Children”

Looking forward to seeing you on the following dates

November 6, 2016 February 26, 2017
November 20, 2016
January 8, 2017 March 5, 2017
February 5, 2017
February 12, 2017 march 19, 2017
March 26, 2017

All Sunday Learning Programs begin witShhacharit at 9 am followed by
breakfast, learning and great prizes. Program concludes each week at
11:30 am, following the 3-on-3 basketball game in the gym and zumba.

YCQ-Parent Teacher Organization Vendors

The following vendors support YCQ programs.
We encourage you to support these businesses.

Shop at these vendors year-round, pay for your purchases at the location with a
check made payable to YCQ-PTO and the store will donate a percentage

back to YCQ.

Suhag Wine & Liquor
69-30 Main Street
Kew Gardens Hills
718-793-6629

Main Sweets
72-54 Main Street
Kew Gardens Hills
718.261.3917
Mishloach Manot, candy platters and gifts for all occasions

The Jewish Quarter
Stuart Verstandig
917-670-2564
Tzit tzit (all sizes and styles), Seforim,
books, mezuzot, kipot, benchers
& gifts for all occasions

‫ושמחת בחגך והיית אך שמח‬ COLORYOURDESIGNPORTFOLIO.COM

A CCHOONLCPERHREATSMEWONITETSDHWQUEEEDNSNTHEESATDREA: 1Y4 UENVITEEDNNIATNIOGNSOAVCENTUOE SBOUETRH [email protected] 8ME:A0D0OWPS CMORONA PARK

TICKETS: [email protected]/6rctem5oirc0noak-ctt6e.ieoo0trsrnt9g1
$18, $25, $36

$50 & $75

SPONSORSH I PS:

$250: Two $36 seats plus
2 raffle tickets

$500: Four $50 seats plus
5 raffle tickets

$1000: Four $75 seats plus 10
raffle tickets

Raffle: Large Sderot Mezuzah Cover made
from the Iron Dome fragments ($360 value)

ATTENTION: Parents, Grandparents, Alumni, Teachers and Staff

You can support
Yeshiva of Central Queens – Parent Teacher Organization

EVERY TIME YOU SHOP THROUGH AMAZON!

Here’s what you do:
1. Go to https://smile.amazon.com/ch/11-1672827
2. Shop as you normally would
3. Amazon will donate 0.5% of your order to YCQ-PTO
4. Order often! Always start at smile.amazon.com

Rabbi FInkelman Speaks to the YCQ JHS before Yom Kippur!

YCQ Kapparot Assembly!


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