Parents of Oholei Torah’s 8th-grade students were welcomed to the newly renovated Yeshiva building where their children will learn in the coming year and heard from teachers and staff.
By Anash.org reporter
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Parents of Oholei Torah’s 8th-grade students were welcomed to the newly renovated Yeshiva building where their children will learn in the coming year.
After a general session in the Yeshiva’s large zal by 8th grade principal Rabbi Chaim Yisroel Wilhelm, parents had the opportunity to visit classrooms and hear from their son’s teachers.
Last week, the 8th grade – “mechina l’mesivta” classes of Oholei Torah began the new year in the yeshiva’s Troy Avenue location, which had housed the Mesivta division through last year.
Thoroughly renovated and upgraded for the new year, the new location will allow the students to make the most out of the pivotal year in 8th grade, preparing for their coming years of yeshiva.
The move was made possible by the purchase of a new, expansive campus for the Oholei Torah Mesivta in East Flatbush, in close proximity to Crown Heights.
Both new campuses, as well as the countless other improvements at all of Oholei Torah’s locations, were made possible by the efforts of the Oholei Torah administration, headed by executive director Rabbi Yossi Langsam and Menahel Kloli Rabbi Mendel Blau.