CAHAL’s kindergarten class at HANC celebrated the conclusion of an exciting and successful school year.
Rabbi Yaakov Sadigh, principal of HANC Elementary School, opened the event with words of praise for CAHAL teacher Melody Harris, who has impacted the lives of a generation of children by giving them the confidence and skills to succeed. Almost half of her class will be attending mainstream yeshiva next year.
Through song, dance and narration, the children shared their knowledge and appreciation of the chagim, parsha stories, and the land of Israel with all the parents and grandparents in attendance.
After receiving their diplomas, the students awarded certificates of recognition to the HANC fourth and sixth graders who served as their “big brothers and sisters” this year.
Mrs. Harris expressed appreciation to her outstanding assistant teachers and to the children’s therapists. She praised Randi Silber, HANC director of pupil personnel services, for her dedication to each student and to CAHAL.
In its 26th year educating children with learning challenges in the community’s yeshivas, CAHAL had the largest enrollment in its history, with nearly 120 students in 12 classes through high school.