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The VIEW 34, Vol. 12

The VIEW 34, Vol. 12

VOLUME 12 NUMBER 34 JUNE 19, 2014 21 SIVAN 5774

YCQ Family News Parshat Korach By: Rabbi Landsman

Mazal Tov to Mrs. Felicia Moshe, who is known as a person of limitless patience and tolerance, forgiving to
Schwartz and family on their
all and the most humble of all humans, reacts apparently in an uncharacteristic manner to
coming Aliya to

Eretz Yisrael! Korach’s attack against his leadership of the Jewish people.

Mazal Tov to Morah Fried Moshe’s aggressive stance against the rebels reveals a different motive for the
(5-300, 5-301) and Morah attack than mere office seeking on the part of the rebels. After all, it was Moshe himself
Hadas on Hadas’s upcoming who declared, “Would that all of the people of Israel become prophets.” He tells Yehoshua
not to be zealous in defense of his personal honor.
marriage!
Yet with Korach and his followers, Moshe adopts a hard line and uncompromising
Mazal Tov to Morah stance. The Torah always notes when the behavior of great people appears on the surface
Silverstein (4-307) and to be uncharacteristic of their nature and past performance. Part of the reason for the
Morah Ahuva on Ahuva’s Torah’s doing so is to alert us to a deeper, underlying issue. We must not be satisfied with
the superficial and surface statement of facts.
marriage!

Mazal Tov to Miss Sherilyn
Laffer (3-210) on her
upcoming marriage!

Mazal Tov to Rabbi Kramer Rabbi Wein mentions a deeper issue here, which Korach wishes to convert Torah
(JHS Rebbe) on the and Judaism to a man-made “democratic” faith, not its original and true source as a faith
revealed to humans from on high, a faith and life system ordained in Heaven and revealed
marriage of her daughter! to humans. Therefore, it is not Moshe and his leadership that are the core issues in this
dispute but the basic definition of Judaism is it revealed and Godly or man-made and in-
Mazal Tov to Mr. Robert
Greenberg (Copy Room) on

the birth of a

granddaughter! vented?

Mazal Tov to Morah Tali On that basic core issue of Judaism, Moshe sees no room for compromise or
Brody (music) on her tolerance. It is not Moshe’s status that is at stake here. It is the understanding and true
engagement! meaning of Judaism. Its very future is now at risk.

Mazal tov to Mrs. Caryn Even though the Talmud teaches us that the dispute of Korach against Moshe is
Kramer (Business office) on

the birth of a grandson! not one that was destined to last eternally, in the sense that I have described above, it has

Mazal Tov Adam Evgi, Sal lasted until our very day. The struggle to maintain Judaism as a Godly revealed religion is
Moriber, Joshua Nektalov,
Aytan Waxman, Yosef Zar, an ongoing one. There are many forces within and without the Jewish world that have

Daniel Goldstein, Elyav attempted and still attempt to remove the Godly revealed part from Judaism.

Itzhakov, Joseph Kanarek, Even though all of Jewish history indicates the abject failure of such an approach, it

Ethan Moriber, Rafael still persists in our time. It is not an attack on the Orthodox establishment - Moshe, so to
Nisanov, David Salvit,
Solomon Scheiner, and Yosef speak, as is presented here - though on the surface it may be seen as such. At the root of the

Noah on their Bar Mitzvah dispute is the view that Judaism is given from Heaven to earth and not merely a clever

Mazel Tov to Esther invention and artifice of ancient rabbis and scholars.

Akperov, Daniela Inoyatov, Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch once characterized the difference between Judaism
Gabriella Kandchorov, Gal and other faiths. Judaism, he said, is a religion given by God to define man, while the other
Levy, Oryan Levy, Geula faiths were created by man to define God. God is beyond our meager abilities to define or
Maerov, Esther Simon,

Danielle Abraham, understand. Therefore, He gave us a Torah, the Torah of Moshe, in order to aid us to live
on their Bat Mitzvah! as proper human beings and as His devoted servants. Have an amazing Shabbat!!!

HAVE A WONDERFUL SUMMER! !

Kindergarten GraduaƟon

The Kindergarten classes held their annual gradua on ceremony this past
Tuesday. Each class performed a play including singing and dancing from the
knowledge they have a ained this school year. The students truly made their
Morot proud! Thank you to Morah Sharon, Morah Suri, Morah Sara, Morah
Janet, Morah Rhona, Morah Rivky, Morah Selma, Morah Raina, Morah Mari‐
on and Morah Shifra for an incredible school year and gradua on perfor‐

Nursery “Moving Up” Ceremony

This past Monday, Morah Shana and Morah Ilyce prepared an outstanding presentation
depicting all that the Nursery students have learned throughout the year. The students
performed beautifully and are now properly prepared to move up to Kindergarten in the
Fall. A special thank you to Morah Sharon Morah Shana, Morah Peshie, Morah Ilyce,
Morah Cindy, and Morah Karen for an amazing school year and Moving Up Ceremony.

Senior Awards Dinner

This past Monday evening the eighth grade students and their teachers
enjoyed a beautiful evening at the Young Israel of Hillcrest. Each student
received a specific award designed especially for them. Natan Alon made a
heartwarming siyum on Masechet Baba Metzia! His classmates were over-
joyed by his accomplishment and danced with him upon the completion!
During the awards ceremony, students and faculty ate dinner, and enjoyed
ruach filled kumzits.

Eighth Grade Graduation

Over one hundred eighth grade students graduated this past Tuesday evening
at Queensborough Community College. Dr. Joel Cohen, Rabbi Mark Lands-
man, Mrs. Lauren Golubtchik, Netanel Kamel, and Talya Lisker (valedictorians)
addressed the graduates and their families. The girls performed a beautiful
dance routine led by Mrs. Tzerel Goldschmiedt and the boys choir sang beauti-
fully as Rabbi Nat led them in unison. All those who attended enjoyed the beau-
tiful video made by Mrs. Mazal Yusupov! Diplomas were awarded to each stu-
dent followed by the recessional. There was a collation at YCQ following the
graduation. Thank you to the entire eighth grade parent committee for organ-
izing the collation at YCQ and the gift to the graduates. Mazel Tov to all the
eighth graders and their families as they embark on their journey to high
school and beyond.

YCQ Student Wins First Place in Science Fair

Yitzy Socol from class 6B2 won first place in the YCQ science fair! He then continued to the
Inter-yeshiva science fair held at the Hebrew Academy of Long Beach where he also won
first place. The winning topic "The Five Second Rule, Is It A Dirty Little Lie?" Everyone who
saw his project commented that they will think about Yitzy’s project and the facts they learned
regarding to the five second rule every time they are tempted to eat food that was dropped on
the floor. The end result according to Yitzy’s findings is that it is usually ok to eat.

Have a Great Summer!!!!

HOW CAN MY BAR/BAT MITZVAH
HELP LONE SOLDIERS IN ISRAEL?
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*Beds, linens, washing machines and dryers
*Rest and Recreation Day

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For further information, contact Elyse at [email protected]
To learn more about the Center and Michael, visit
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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

- - - - - - - Please mark “CALENDAR COMMITTEE” on the front of the envelope - - - - - - -

Contact Number: __________________________________________ BUSINESS AD
Email Address: ______________________________________________ (business card size)
Payment must be included with business

card for ad to be printed in calendar.
Fee: ____ 6 months /$175
BIRTHDAYS/ANNIVERSARIES/YAHRZEITS
____ 12 months /$250
Fee: $5 per listing (four listings for $18)
(ONLY available for last
year’s 12 mos. advertisers)
Name (Please print clearly!!!) Date Occasion ____ inside front cover /$175

________________________________________ ______________ ____________________ ____ inside back cover /$175

________________________________________ ______________ ____________________ Business Name: __________________

________________________________________ ______________ ____________________ _______________________________________

________________________________________ ______________ ____________________ Email: _______________________________

BAR/BAT MITZVAH ( Bar Bat) Phone #: ___________________________

Fee: No Charge! Please attach business card/print copy
and any special instructions.
Name (Please print clearly!!!) Date Ad size: 1.5” x 2.75”
Please indicate if you are a YCQ parent
________________________________________ ______________ and would like that noted on your ad.

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

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Yeshiva of Central Queens

September 2014 September 2014‐2015  February 2015
Sun Mo Tue We Thu Fri Sat
Sun Mo Tue We Thu Fri Sat 1 Labor Day
2 Faculty Workshops
  1  2  3  4  5  6  3 Student Orientation Grades. N-8 1  2  3  4  5  6  7 
7  8  9  10  11  12  13  4 First Day of School Grades. 1-8
14  15  16  17  18  19  20  4 Student Orientation Grades N & K 8  9  10  11  12  13  14 
27  5 First Day of School Grades N & K 15  16  17  18  19  20  21 
21  22  23  24  25  26    8 Back to School Night JHS 7:30 PM
28  29  30        9 Back to School Night Grades. 2-5 7:30 PM 22  23  24  25  26  27  28  
Sat 10 Back to School Night N, K & 1 7:30 PM
October 2014 20 JHS Selichot Learning Program March 2015
Sun Mo Tue We Thu Fri 4  24-26 Rosh Hashanah (No Sessions) Sun Mo Tue We Thu Fri Sat
11  October
      1  2  3  18  3 Erev Yom Kippur (No Sessions) 1  2  3  4  5  6  7 
5  6  7  8  9  10  25  4 Yom Kippur (No Sessions)
12  13  14  15  16  17    8-17 Succot (No Sessions) 8  9  10  11  12  13  14 
19  20  21  22  23  24  28 New Family Welcome Reception 8 PM 15  16  17  18  19  20   21 
26  27  28  29  30  31  Sat 29 8th Gr. Parents High School Night 8 PM
November 22  23  24  25  26  27  28 
November 2014 1  4 Election Day Regular Sessions 29  30  31         
Sun Mo Tue We Thu Fri 8  5 Bar Mitzvah Workshop 7th Grade Boys 7PM
15  7-8 JHS Boys Shabbaton April 2015
22  9 Preschool Open House 10 AM
29  11 BJE Conferences (No Sessions) Sun Mo Tue We Thu Fri Sat
  12 Bat Mitzvah Workshop 6th Grade Girls 7 PM
18-19 Picture Day       1  2  3  4 
Sat 22 3rd Grade Intergenerational Melave Malka 7PM
       23 Judaic Studies 8th Grade BJE Exam 5  6  7  8  9  10  11 
2  3  4  5  6  7  6  27-28 Thanksgiving (No Sessions)
9  10  11  12  13  14  13  December 12  13  14  15  16  17  18 
16  17  18  19  20  21  20  2 Parent-Teacher Conferences 3:45 Dismissal
23  24  25  26  27  28  27  7 & 14 Chumash Presentations 2 Classes 19  20  21  22  23  24  25 
30             
8 Parent-Teacher Conferences 3:45 Dismissal 26  27  28  29  30     
December 2014 Sat
Su Mo Tue We Thu Fri 22 Chanukah - No Sessions May 2015
3  24-2 No Queens Bus Service - 3:30 Dismissal K-8
10  January Sun Mo Tue We Thu Fri Sat
17  1 New Years Day (No Sessions) Asarah B’Tevet
24  4 & 11 First Grade Siddur Presentation (2 classes)           1  2 
31  15-25 Winter Vacation
February 3  4  5  6  7  8  9 
2-3 5th Grade Greenkill Overnight Trip
  1  2  3  4  5  16 President’s Day - No Sessions 10  11  12  13  14  15  16 
18-19 5th Grade Western Hemis-Fair
7  8  9  10  11  12  20-21 JHS Girls Shabbaton 17  18  19  20  21  22  23 
March
14  15  16  17  18  19  3 & 9 Parent-Teacher Conferences 3:45 Dismissal 24  25  26  27  28  29  30 
4 Ta’anit Esther (1:30 Dismissal)
21  22  23  24  25  26  5 Purim - No Sessions 31             
17 Science Fair 6th Grade 7PM
28  29  30  31      20-21 8th Grade Yachad Shabbaton June 2015
April Sun Mo Tue We Thu Fri Sat
January 2015 2-11 Pesach ( No Sessions)
May
Sun Mo Tue We Thu Fri 11-14 Achievement Tests
13 P.A. Supperette
      1  2  18 5th Grade Transition Night   1  2  3  4  5  6 
22-25 Shavuot ( No Sessions) 7  8  9  10  11  12  13 
4  5  6  7  8  9  25 Memorial Day (No Sessions) 14  15  16  17  18  19  20 
27-28 8th Grade Washington Trip 21  22  23  24  25  26  27 
11  12  13  14  15  16  31 Salute to Israel Parade 28  29  30         
June
18  19  20  21  22  23  3 Philadelphia Trip 7th Grade
8 Chagigat Bnot Mitzvah 6th Grade Girls
25  26  27  28  29  30  4 Literacy/Writing Festival Gds. 1 and 3
10 Literacy/Writing Festival Gds. 2, 4 and 5
15 Senior Awards Dinner
16 8th Grade Graduation
16 Nursery Moving Up Ceremony
16 Kindergarten Graduation
17 Last Day of School Grade 7
18 Last day of Class 1-6 (1:30 Dismissal)

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