An upcoming event on strengthing cooperation between parents and schools will feature educators Rabbi Zalman Leib Markowitz, Rabbi Yossi Rosenblum, and Rabbi Yaacov Sebbag.
As part of their efforts to be leaders of intentional chinuch, the PTA of the United Lubavitcher Yeshiva at Ocean Parkway has partnered together with Beis Hamedrash Mishkan Moshe to host a parenting lecture series open to the community.
This upcoming lecture will focus on understanding our children, building bridges to help them grow, and creatively using the power of positivity.
The event will feature three veteran mechanchim: Rabbi Zalman Leib Markowitz, Rabbi Yossi Rosenblum, and Rabbi Yaacov Sebbag.
Rabbi Zalman Leib Markowitz is an educational consult and mentor. Rabbi Markowitz teaches in Morristown, NJ and Monsey, NY. His pedagogical philosophy is centered around creating a loving classroom environment and inspiring each child to fulfill his or her unique potential through positive reinforcement.
Rabbi Rosenblum is an innovative educator and administrator. He was influential in establishing Yeshiva Tomchei Tmimim Lubavitch in Johannesburg, South Africa, and the International Sefer HaMitzvos Competition including authoring the Sefer HaMitsvos booklets used by over 40 schools. Rabbi Rosenblum, also served as principal of Yeshiva Achei Timmim in Pittsburgh (Yeshiva Schools), PA for over 25 years. Currently, he serves in a dual role as Education Director at ULYOP and Yeshiva Schools.
Rabbi Yaacov Sebbag is principal at ULY OP and brings with him an impressively broad educational background, having previously served as teacher, principal and curriculum developer at Darchai Menachem for many years. He has undergone extensive training and has received certification in areas of special education, curriculum development and classroom behavior management. As principal, Rabbi Sebbag is responsible for leading the academic staff and setting the tone of the school’s educational vision.
The event will take place Monday the 27th of Cheshvan (Nov. 25) at Beis Hamedrash Mishkan Moshe, 580 Crown St. The program will begin at 8:00 PM with separate seating for men and women.