New East Flatbush School Building Inaugurated by Parents

The new school building of Ateres Chaya Mushka girl’s school in East Flatbush – Remsen Village was inaugurated on Sunday with parents and dignitaries arriving to affix mezuzos to the doorposts of the new classrooms.

By Anash.org reporter
Photos: Dovber Hechtman/Anash.org

The new school building of Ateres Chaya Mushka girl’s school in East Flatbush – Remsen Village was inaugurated on Sunday with parents and dignitaries arriving to affix mezuzos to the doorposts of the new classrooms.

The new building, located at 432 East 92nd Street (between Kings Highway and Linden Boulevard) in the Greater Crown Heights area – in Remsen Village that is in East Flatbush, adjacent to Brownsville. Just last week, the school signed a rent-to-own contract, with the full purchase going through in 7 months.

Rabbi Shalom Ber Levine, head librarian of the Central Chabad Library, was invited to oversee the process and to make sure they were all put up correctly. He was honored with affixing a mezuza himself, and watched as parents and guests affixed mezuzos on the rest of the doors.

Last week, as students entered the building for the first time, the schools’ principal, Mrs. Leah Levine explained the significance of the day of 9 Adar- 30 days prior to 9 Adar II, the day on which the Frierdiker Rebbe came to America and stated: “America is Nisht Andersh.” The following day a yeshiva opened in the same area as the new school building, according to the Frierdiker Rebbe’s directives.

The important message that was highlighted by the principal in regard to the purchase of this building was that the building and mosad belong to the Rebbe and Rebbetzin, and each student that merits to learn in the mosad has a great Zechus that she was chosen to be part of it. 

Ateres Chaya Mushka, overseen and directed by veteran mechaneches Morah Leah Levin, offers a warm, loving and chassidishe school environment that focuses on each individual. The teachers are dedicated to the success of each student, revealing her inner talents and kochos.

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