The principals of Bais Rivkah sent an email to the schools parents announcing a planned slowdown as the teachers missed payrolls begin to pile up again.
The letter, signed by the principals of the school, noted that due to the financial crisis the school finds itself in, the teachers are presently owed one payroll from last year and five payrolls from this year.
As the school is scheduled to leave for vacation at the end of this week, the slowdown is planned to begin this coming Tuesday, February 4th.
As part of the slowdown, the school will be closed on Fridays and Sundays until the situation has been resolved satisfactorily.
See full email below:
Unfortunately, due to the financial crisis the school finds itself in, the teachers are presently owed one payroll from last year and five payrolls for this year. Such conditions make it very difficult for school to run appropriately. We would like to continue to provide your daughters, our students, with the best possible chinuch, but this situation has become unbearable.
When school resumes after vacation on Tuesday, February 4, ט’ שבט, we will be forced to begin a work slow down. School will be closed on Fridays and Sundays until the situation has been resolved satisfactorily.
We thank you for your understanding and patience and we hope to be able to send positive news very soon.
Rabbi L. Newman
Mrs. E. Nemanov
Mrs. D. Brawer
Mrs. G. Rosenfeld
Mrs. L. Jacobson