New School Bus for the New School Year

The Oholei Yosef Yitzchok Lubavitch Yeshiva in Crown Heights acquired a brand new school bus just in time for the resumption of learning after Tishrei.

The Oholei Yosef Yitzchok Lubavitch Yeshiva in Crown Heights acquired a brand new school bus just in time for the resumption of learning after Tishrei.

Families and administration are so happy to have a brand new 2021 Yellow School Bus strolling the streets of Crown Heights to transport students once again.

“This is an incredible milestone for our growing Yeshiva,” says Mila Schneiderman, OYYL Administrative Director. “Our old bus broke 2 years ago and till now, the yeshiva couldn’t financially afford a replacement. Baruch Hashem with tremendous help and guidance of another local school administrator we were wisely guided to finance a brand new school bus to assist our families. We are very grateful and touched.”

“The bus came right on time!! The Yeshiva’s Boys and Girls divisions are expanding and not every family can drop off and pick up their children to and from the school, especially, when the winter months are approaching,” says Rabbi Mottel Schneiderman, OYYL Educational Director.  

“Our family lives on the far edge of Crown Heights,” says Mrs. Nachmanson, OYYL Parent. “It was very challenging for our family to arrange transportation every day for the past 2 years. We still did it, because we appreciate the type of Chassidishe chinuch our girls are getting. Baruch Hashem this year the yeshiva got a new bus and life became so much easier! We are looking forward to new further expansions and developments!” 

Oholei Yosef Yitzchok Lubavitch is a growing yeshiva serving the Crown Heights community for the past 10 years. Yeshiva has Boys and Girls divisions for preschool and elementary grades. OYYL has been implementing a skilled based curriculum Al Taharas Hakodesh across all subjects. 

For more information visit PureChassidicEducation.org or email Info@purechassidiceducation.org   

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