The excitement was palpable as the Yeshiva Tiferes Moshe’s pre-1A talmidim celebrated the momentous occasion of receiving their first siddurim along with their parents and grandparents. Having spent the school year learning to read, the boys are now prepared to learn how to daven from a siddur.
Yeshiva Tiferes Moshe recently completed the fifth year of its after-school Mishnayos Program in memory of the three teenage k’doshim of the summer of 2014. Over 75 boys participated in the program on a weekly basis throughout the year and completed Maseches Shabbos.
“International bankers from New York,” “It’s all about the Benjamins,” and other similar statements are illusions to Jews and taken by many to be anti-Semitic tropes. Many are of the opinion that these “dog whistles” justify and, in fact, incite anti-Semitism.
On Sunday, June 3, Shevach High School’s eagerly anticipated annual Mother-Daughter Breakfast took place at the Young Israel of Hillcrest. A full house turned out to enjoy a spiritually uplifting morning, as well as a scrumptious spread.
It was an incredible week at the Bnos Malka Academy. As the school year winds down, there were plenty of graduations taking place. The pre-school was filled with smiling faces, and children and parents beaming with pride.