Yeshiva Schools of Pittsburgh Ordered Closed

Following orders from the governor of Pennsylvania, Yeshiva Schools of Pittsburgh is closing until after Pesach due to the coronavirus. 

By reporter

On Friday, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced that all K-12 Pennsylvania schools will be closed for 10 business days effective Monday, March 16.  Following the orders, Yeshiva Schools of Pittsburgh have closed until after Pesach.

In a letter to parents, head of school Rabbi Yossi Rosenblum informed them that of the decision. “We will begin implementing our contingency plan mid-week, the exact day to be determined,” he said.

“We know that many questions will emerge in the days and weeks to come. We will work through those questions in a calm, thoughtful and collaborative manner. We will IY”H schedule a conference call for parents to share details of the plan,” the letter said.

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