United Lubavitcher Yeshiva is preparing its facility to safely reopen classes for the upcoming school year.
Among the measures taken are divided hallways, reminder signs and acrylic partitions for the teacher.
The Yeshiva continues to do its best to lookout for the safety of its Talmidim and school faculty, adhering the guidelines of the health experts and community doctors, to ensure – with Hashem’s help – a safe and healthy school year while maintaining the much needed Yeshiva atmosphere.
The acrylic partitions have been graciously subsidized and manufactured by Buggy, a local Crown Heights business, who has stepped up to help the local community schools in a time of need.
“It’s a difficult time for everyone,” says Menachem Light, founder and CEO of Buggy. “Our company wants to do our part to give back to the community, and what greater cause is there than being a part of enabling the Chinuch of the children of our community for the upcoming school year.”
More information on Buggy’s acrylic partitions can be found on their website shop.joinbuggy.com.