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At the end of last school year, the YCQ Parent Teacher Organization handed out beach balls with the YCQ logo as part of a spirit campaign. Parents and students took pictures over the summer in … more
Fifth graders at the Yeshiva of Central Queens traveled to the lake at Flushing Meadows Park to participate in the mitzvah of Tashlich. They were joined by their principal, Rabbi Mark Landsman; … more
Eighth grade students from Yeshiva of Central Queens visit the Holocaust Resource Center of Temple Judea, in Manhasset, to meet with Survivor, Irving Roth, author of … more
Schools mark 3 days of somber reflection and joy: Yom HaShoah, Yom HaZikaron, Yom HaAtzmaut more
Grade 6 students participated in the annual YCQ Science Fair. Sudent researchers gave clues to the elementary students for a scavenger hunt. The younger classes had to use the … more
Students at the Yeshiva of Central Queens attended a grand Purim Carnival run by the eighth grade and sponsored by the PTO, complete with rides, games, prizes, popcorn and cotton candy. Students and … more
It was a busy week at the Yeshiva of Central Queens. The JHS girls attended their Shabbaton at the Raleigh Hotel where “we learned how we can achieve happiness by finding moments when Hashem is … more
Bullying is an ongoing issue in schools all across America. Yeshiva of Central Queens has taken steps to address this vital issue head-on by teaching tolerance through a variety of programs.The … more
Sixth grade girls at the Yeshiva of Central Queens and their mothers attended a bat mitzvah workshop. The program began with inspirational d’var Torahs by Rabbi Landsman, principal, and … more
The Names, Not Numbers program at the Yeshiva of Central Queens took a trip to the Jewish Heritage Museum to learn about the Holocaust. Names, Not Numbers is a program started by Tova-Fish Rosenberg … more
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