Amid the bustling neighborhoods of Queens, a silent crisis unfolds, as a substantial number of Jewish students attending public schools are at risk of losing touch with their rich heritage. In Queens alone, nearly 10,000 Jewish public-school students from traditional homes face the challenge of

Since establishing a Board of Directors and incorporating a handful of new coordinators, Queens Shmira has quickly become a vital communal resource

120 Participants Sought for Groundbreaking ‘Tag A Loved One’ Initiative

At 6:15 p.m., on Friday evening, February 2, Queens Shmira successfully

In 1969, Rabbi Zalmen Deutscher established the present-day Yeshiva Primary as Yeshiva Institute, a day school recognized as the Yeshiva Academy of

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