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Has Ebola Arrived in NYC?

Today, the FDNY EMS HAZ and TAC Units transferred to Bellevue Hospital a patient who presented a fever and gastrointestinal symptoms. The patient is a health care worker who returned to the U.S. within the past 21 days from one of the three West African countries currently facing the outbreak of this virus.

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Title I Pre-K Teacher Position Available

We are seeking a female Pre-K teacher to teach in our Title I Program at Beis Chaya Mushka.

Applicants must have completed the following:

- NYS Licensed in Early childhood – Child Abuse Workshop – School Violence Prevention Workshop

The duties of the job include teaching Literacy and Math. It is two and a half to three hours daily, Monday – Thursday.

Compensation will be discussed at the time of interview. It is competitive. Please send your resume to the e-mail provided.

Contact:
Alberto Vigil – Brienza’s Academic Advantage
Title I Director
AVigil@brienzas.com

New Engagement!

Ari Raskin (Melbourne, Australia) and Rivky Krasnianski (Montreal, Canada)

L’chaim tonight, Thursday, at the Jewish Children’s Museum
792 Eastern Pkwy. [corner Kingston Ave.]

1/3/13
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Mezuzah Torn Down in Hate Crime, 30 More Go Up

Shortly before Yom Kippur, Bryan Turkel, a Jewish student in his senior year at Claremont McKenna College—one of a consortium of five undergraduate liberal-arts schools and two graduate schools in Southern California called the Claremont Colleges—found the mezuzah on his doorframe torn down. The previous week, Turkel’s dorm room had been broken into, and an Israeli flag he had displayed prominently had been stolen.