1/3/13
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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

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.

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Shliach’s Legacy Lives On in Paris’ Sinai Schools

Rabbi Hillel Pevzner was known to wear many hats. For much of the 60-plus years that the late rabbi lived in France, he was a teacher of an advanced yeshivah class, a day-school administrator, a sought-after authority on Jewish law and a spiritual leader of a historic congregation in Paris—all while raising six children with his wife, Echka.

De Blasio Defends Opera Accused of Being Anti-Semitic

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on Monday criticized his predecessor Rudolph Giuliani for objecting to the Metropolitan Opera’s performance of The Death of Klinghoffer and defended the Met’s right to stage the controversial performance that has been labeled anti-Semitic, the New York Daily News reported on Monday, hours before the play was set to open.

Rambam Class Spans the Globe

by Rivka Chaya Berman

In a few short months, Marco Jenau will be completing the three-year cycle of the Rambam’s Mishneh Torah with “Rabbi Gordon Live” as he whips along Germany’s autobahn highway. Michael Hirsch, who has been streaming Rabbi Joshua Gordon’s classes on Torah and Tanya for years, will toast the completion with a slug of coffee as he studies at dawn on the east coast of the United States. During the wine dark night in Norway, Ole Mads Sirks Vevle will tune in for a class that started in Chabad of Encino, CA, and has grown into one of Chabad.org’s most popular online video classes worldwide.