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Melbourne Cheder Seeking Full Time Leadership Position

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 ROLE

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: dovid.rahmani@cly.vic.edu.au. 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.

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Route 52 Worst Road for Traffic Deaths

Herald Record

Route 52 in Ulster County saw five fatal crashes in 2006-07. Overall, the roadway ranked No. 1 among deadly roads in our region from 1999-2007.

Route 52 rises out of Pine Bush, crosses into Ulster County, climbs through Walker Valley and Warwarsing, and, before descending sharply into Ellenville, offers expansive views of Highland Lakes State Park and the Catskill foothills.

It’s a beautiful drive, and more and more often, a deadly one.

Tragic Accident Claims the Life of Flatbush Yeshiva Student

WOODRIDGE, NY [CHI] — A tragic one-vehicle accident upstate New York left one Bochur dead, and a seriously injured passenger after the driver apparently fell asleep at the wheel. The incident took place on Route 58, Glen Wild Road near Woodridge in Sullivan County, right across from the Skvere Camp Beis Yitzchok.

Yeshiva World News reported that the Niftar is 19-year-old Yeshaya Dovid Eckstein OBM who lived on 8th Street in the Kensington section of Brooklyn.

Sullivan Emergency Teams Ready for Summer Visitors

Record-online

Yomtov Malek, a Hatzalah paramedic and coordinator, displays the uniform that will be worn by members of his organization. He was at a breakfast Sunday in Monticello with Sullivan County police and fire agencies.

MONTICELLO, NY — Volunteer paramedics who wear long curling sideburns and black hats sat down Sunday with state agency representatives for breakfast and a side order of understanding.

The goal: coordinate efforts for the summer when the population and emergency calls rise dramatically.

Fallsburg Fire Chief Arrested in Connection with Bungalow Arson

Record Online

Fallsburg police have charged Smith, of S. FALLSBURG, NY — Fallsburg with burning down this bungalow on Aug. 29 at the intersection of Laurel Avenue and Brickman Road. (Photo: MICHELE HASKELL/Times Herald Record)

S. FALLSBURG, NY — The Fallsburg fire chief has been arrested in connection with the August 29 arson of a bungalow at a Jewish summer camp in Sullivan County.

Fallsburg Man Charged with Arson, Hate Crimes

Record Online

FALLSBURG, NY — A Fallsburg man was charged with felony arson and hate crimes on Tuesday in connection with a bungalow fire and spray-painted slurs in his Sullivan county town.

Town of Fallsburg Police said Edward Smith, 44, allegedly started a fire at Skopps Bungalows on Seldon Road and also spray painted slurs and threats.

Hasidim Make Annual Exodus from Sullivan County

Record
“In three hours, everybody’s gone.”
Members of a Hasidic family pack their
minivan to leave Sullivan County.

WOODBOURNE, NY — Bakery workers scraped mounds of poppy seeds into trash bins.

Fathers strapped luggage and toys to the roofs of minivans. Mothers were too busy hosing off chairs and folding the last of the laundry to talk about the exodus.

This scene has repeated for decades now. The day before Labor Day, Sullivan County’s Hasidic Jewish communities pack up and vanish. Shops close, bungalows empty, summer ends. Many return to the bustle of Brooklyn.

“It’s unbelievable,” bakery owner Levi Gombo said. “In three hours, everybody’s gone.”

3 Bochurim Assaulted, the Perps Arrested

MONTICELLO, NY [CHI] — Three perpetrators were arrested following the beating of Lubavitcher Bochurim. Charged were William Harrison, 18, of Livingston Manor, Sean Gadsen, 16, of Youngsville, and Matthew Alcivar, 17, of Queens, and all three were charged with second-degree assault as a hate crime, gang assault in the second degree, aggravated harassment and disorderly conduct, they were arraigned and remanded to the Sullivan County Jail without bail.

The incident took place on last week on Thursday night, beginning inside the Monticello Wal-Mart where the two groups first came into contact where racial slurs and taunts were shouted at the Bochurim, then in the parking lot into a assault where one of the Bochurim sustained fractures to his face.

More pictures in the Extended Article.

Anti-Semitic Graffiti found on road in S. Fallsburg

Record Online

SOUTH FALLSBURG, NY — Fallsburg police removed anti-Semitic graffiti on Wednesday on a road in South Fallsburg.

Police found swastikas and nooses drawn on Westwood Drive near summer bungalows where orthodox Jews vacation.

“It was just somebody venting,” Chief Simmie Williams said. But Rabbi Yakov Barros said the matter should be investigated fully.

More pictures in the Extended Article.

“Operation Summer Brake” Enforcement

Mid Hudson News

ALBANY, NY — The New York State Thruway Authority and State Police Troop T Thursday announced that “Operation Summer Brake” will take place beginning Monday, August 25, 2008 through Friday, August 29.

“As the summer travel season comes to a close, the Authority reminds motorists to drive responsibly and to remain alert and aware of their surroundings,” said Thruway Authority Executive Director Michael Fleischer. “Although everyone is eager to get to their destination, please remember to be cautious while traveling through construction zones, always wear your seat belts, and never drink and drive.”

From August 25 through August 29, Members of State Police Troop T, dedicated solely to conducting speed and aggressive driving enforcement, will be deployed daily along the New York State Thruway.

Around a Bon Fire in Mei Menuchos

S. FALLSBURG, NY [CHI] – In the Catskill Mountains the nights grow cold and family’s in the Mei Menuchos (pleasant waters) Bungalow Colony gathered around a warm fire in a kumzitz, some baking potatoes and marshmallows and sharing stories of the Baal Shemtov.

More pictures in the Extended Article!

Drunk Jewish Teen Crashes into Bungalow Colony on Shabbos

Vos Iz Neias

SOUTH FALLSBURG, NY — Police got a call Saturday afternoon about 3:00pm of a vehicle that rolled over a few times on Route 42 and crashed into a bungalow at Friendship Bungalow Colony on LaVista Drive.

The car that missed a turn-off was driven by a drunk 16-year-old boy, who extracted himself out of the vehicle, and start running away, while Yiddish music was still blasting out of the vehicle. Hatzolah responded and was immediately on the scene.

Police gave chase, caught up with the teenager and arrested him.

Sun, Snow and Shabbos – CGI Running Springs Hosts 150 Children this Winter Break

RUNNING SPRINGS, CA [CHI] — Less than two months after the devastating California wild fires in Running Springs, Camp Gan Israel Running Springs is up and running. Children came from all over California and other Western states. The 6 day camp for the girls and 6 days for boys were highlighted by unforgettable unity Shabbatons, with additional children joining together in a true spirit of Achdus.

Guardrail Saved Lives, State Police Say

John Sullivan – Times Herald-Record
Highway Guardrail. Illustration Photo.

Just two weeks after its installation, a median guardrail on Route 17 stopped a car from crossing over into oncoming traffic.

“You can say it works, and that it saved a life today,” said state Trooper Jason Grabowski of the new guardrail installed near Exit 130.

According to state police, the driver of a westbound white 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier bounced off the newly installed rail after the driver lost control trying to pass another car on its left. The car then came back onto the highway, flipped and came to rest upside down on the right shoulder of the road, police said.