Shimmy Weinbaum from Tzivos Hashem has sent out a letter informing the principals and parents of the children joining the boys Chidon regarding the Measles exposure in Crown Heights, and its impact on the Chidon.
Daily Archives: April 2, 2019
Cheder Levi Yitzchok seeks an experienced and passionate kodesh educator to assume a Full Time leadership and teaching role with our new Year 9 pre-Mesivta program in Melbourne, Australia.
WHO WE ARE
Cheder Levi Yitzchok is a Chabad Lubavitch registered school (Primary and Secondary), dedicated to the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe. Through a traditional Kodesh curriculum, integrated with a general studies program, the school seeks to imbue students with Yiras Shamayim, Hiskashrus to the Rebbe and an altruistic mindset. In a warm, happy and focused environment, we empower our students to be moral contributors to society, to develop a lifelong passion for learning and to be proudly at ease with their cultural identity.
The Head of Year 9 reports to the Principal of the School. The position will attract a salary and teaching load as determined through discussion on appointment.
For more information regarding this role, including a complete position description, please email your full Curriculum Vitae to Rabbi Rahmani, Principal: email@example.com. Please include the names and telephone contact numbers of two (2) professional referees.
Applications close at 4 pm on Monday 30th November 2020.
Cheder Levi Yitzchok is fully committed to child safety. All staff must undertake a Child Protection training course and have a current Working with Children Check.
With sadness we inform you about the passing of Mrs. Raizel (Rhoda) Hecht of Boca Raton Florida. She passed away on Shabbos the 23rd of Adar II.
-4th Bedroom was made into a Living Room,
-Split units in every room,
-Custom made closets,
-Very sunny unit,
-2 Porches directly from unit,
-Private Storage Room,
Listed to sell
Price: $995,000. Negotiable
In an outpouring of solidarity, the people of Flagstaff Arizona, of all ethnicity and backgrounds, have come together with a strong message, we are beyond hate. The message comes following the vandalism of the Flagstaff chabad house, which is presently under construction.
An NYPD Officer was unfortunately struck by the vehicle carrying the Aron of the Skulener Rebbe, Tuesday afternoon, while another officer was struck by a drone.
A senior at the University of South Carolina, Josephson was a native of New Jersey. She was set to graduate in just a few weeks and was looking forward to starting at Drexel University Law School in Philadelphia in the fall. She had been out with friends in the very early hours of Friday when she got separated from them, called for an Uber to take her home and then got into a car she thought was her ride. Her body was found later that day some 90 miles away. The man accused of abducting and killing her was arrested on Saturday.
The Lubavitch educational center in Miami Florida was locked down by the schools security team when an abandoned building next door became the center of a massive police manhunt. The Police were searching for a suspected killer of two, including one child.
The UN General Assembly convened a special session on Tuesday to adopt a resolution condemning hate crimes. In its original version, the proposal only referred to Islamophobia, but after a diplomatic effort led by Israel’s ambassador to the UN, Danny Danon, with many UN states, the proposal was changed and condemned anti-Semitism as well.
The Living Archive in the process of restoring the collection of photographer Sam Shlagbaum. Presented here are restored photos from 26th of Adar 1991, exactly 28 years from Tuesday, taken at the Machane Yisrael Development Fund, and a link to close to 450 more.
Pictures from the L’chaim of Mendel Morosow of Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn to Devorie Cheruff of Skokie, IL which took place Sunday night at Beis Levi Yitzchak.
A photo was taken of the son and gabbai of the Skulener Rebbe zt”l at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. They are conversation with the shliach to Johns Hopkins, Rabbi Zev Gopin.
Kalman Yeger, a New York City councilman, lost his seat on the City Council’s Immigration Committee for tweeting “Palestine does not exist.” The tweet, posted Wednesday, came in response to a tweet by Zainab Iqbal, a journalist for the local publication Bklyner. Yeger, who represents the haredi Brooklyn neighborhood of Borough Park, also called Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar an anti-Semite. Omar has been accused repeatedly of echoing anti-Semitic stereotypes.