YCQ Supply Lists 2021-2022

Thursday July 15th 2021

The supply lists for grades N-8 for the upcoming 2021-2022 school year are now available. This is a generic list that applies to each child for his or her grade.


For your convenience, YCQ is using a new tool as an option to help make the back-to-school supply list chore easier for our parents— TeacherLists. It’s a one stop site where you can always find the most up to date supply lists and teacher wish lists for our school. You may opt to purchase all supplies on your own as well. 

*If you do use the TeacherLists option, please make sure to double check that your cart and supply list match.

To instantly access our lists, simply click here Yeshiva Of Central Queens.

This will take you directly to our school’s page on TeacherLists  or you can also go directly to www.TeacherLists.com and type in our school’s zip code, 11367.  

Your lists are available 24/7 from any device—even on your smart phone while you’re out at the store (no more worrying about lost lists).Follow these easy steps:

  1. Choose Grade
  2. Return to top of the page and choose where you would like to shop 
  3. You can now edit number of items or remove items you do not wish to purchase
  4. Then continue to store of your choice at bottom of list
  5. Once in your cart, you will see brands and costs
  6. Edit and purchase–please compare your shopping list in your cart to the YCQ school supply list as some items may not be available on the website or may not be applicable to your child.

This years eighth grade students graduated this past week in a beautiful ceremony at
YCQ. The ceremonies started on Tuesday night for the boys and was followed by the
girls the next evening. Dr. Wein, Mr. Glaser, Rabbi Landsman, Ms. Schlisser, Gabriel
Khaimov and Michaela Kovan (valedictorians) addressed the graduates and their
families. All those who attended enjoyed the beautiful video made by Mrs. Jaffe.
Diplomas were awarded to each student followed by Maariv. Thank you to the entire
eighth grade parent committee for organizing the collation at YCQ and the gift to the
graduates. Mazel Tov to all the eighth graders and their families as they embark on their
future journeys.

Last Thursday evening, the eighth grade students and their teachers
participated in a beautiful Senior Awards Dinner at the home of fellow
graduate, Natan Aranbaiev. Each student received a specific award designed
especially for them. During the ceremony, students and faculty ate dinner and
enjoyed a ruach filled kumzits. An inspiring siyum on the entire Masechet Bava
Metzia on behalf of the entire eighth grade was led by Rabbi Nat’s Gemara
shiur. Special thanks to Rabbi Hamel, Mr. Aaron Kessler, and Mrs. Gloria
Grossman for arranging the entire evening. Thank you to the Aranbaiev family
for hosting.

The Kindergarten classes held their annual graduation ceremony this past
Wednesday. Each class performed a play including singing and dancing from the
knowledge they have attained this school year. The students truly made their
Morot proud! Thank you to Morah Sharon, Morah Suri, Morah Sara, Morah Janet,
Morah Rhona, Morah Ilyce, Morah Adina, Morah Shifra, Morah Daniella, Morah
Jamie, Morah Hannah, Morah Mazal, Morah Jen, Morah Lauren, and Morah Meira
for an incredible school year and graduation performance!

This past Wednesday the Nursery had a special “moving up” ceremony. The
children sang some of their favorite songs that they learned
throughout the year with Morah Karen. Each child received a diploma from
Rabbi Landsman and a special gift bag filled with goodies. A special thank
you to Morah Sharon, Morah Shana, Morah Peshie, Morah Michelle,
Morah Cindy, Morah Rachel, Morah Osnat, and Morah Karen for an amazing
school year.

This year’s Annual PTO Supperette was a huge digital success. The evening paid tribute to Mr. Gary Schwartzman, who has taught many years of YCQ students and Mrs. Lauren Golubtchik on their retirement following many years of teaching our students and helping to shape their lives; as well as Mrs. Liron Friedman who is after a few years as transportation coordinator and all around the best administrative assistant who moving on. The Supperette Committee worked hard to bring us together to show hakarat hatov to colleagues, children’s teachers, and to spend a fun evening with friends remotely this year A special thank you goes to the committee for planning such an enjoyable evening.

Thursday evening, February 6, the PTO organized their annual Challah Bake. Bringing members of the Yeshiva and community together to perform the mitzvah of Hafrashat challah. At the PTO event, a crowd of over 100 women, men, and children gathered together to partake in this meaningful mitzvah. Rebeka Boxer, Mrs., Kosher Guru, gave the participants guidance and chizuk through her inspirational story of faith and miracles and of how this mitzvah has brought her closer to HaShem. She discussed the connection between performing the mitzvah of Hafrashat challah and the miracle of facing difficult obstacles in life by connecting to ones Yiddishkeit and to HaShem.

When the challah dough was complete, in a meaningful moment, the entire room in unison made the Hafrashat challah bracha, bringing a spiritual feeling of achdut and understanding. Thank you to Julie Faska, Rachel Stern, Aliza Peled, Valerie Olsen, Melissa Stock, and those who stayed for hours after to help clean up. A lot of work by the volunteers went into making this event an experience to remember and get others to continue baking challah and davening to HaShem with kavanah.

On Motza’ei Shabbat, the PTO ran a winter carnival. Over two hundred students and parents enjoyed an evening of games, prizes, relay races, treats, and a bounce in the bounce house. Parents had the opportunity to mingle with other parents and students and their siblings got to spend time with friends. Several of the students came to help and run booths, sell food, and even clean up when the evening came to an end. A special thank you to the parent volunteers, their children, and JHS students who began set up on Friday and cleaned up after the event. The success would not have been possible without you. Looking forward to your continued involvement in our Parent Teacher Organization helping us unite parents, students, and our Yeshiva.

This past Tuesday evening, The YCQ PTO once again hosted the Preschool Welcome Bash. Nursery and Kindergarten teachers, students, and their families came out for a delicious dinner and craft project. Students had a chance to meet their new classmates and teachers. Parents were able to meet each other and speak with the teachers as well. A good time was had by all! Thank you to the Bash committee members: Ariella Levine, Rachel Stern, Aliza Peled, Valerie Olsen, Jennifer Jaffe, Rachel Orenbuch, Daniella Rafaeloff, and to Rabbi Landsman, Morah Sharon and all the Nursery and Kindergarten teachers for making the event a success! Thank you also to Rabbi Lonner and Rabbi Kovitz and to the YCQ lunchroom staff for all their hard work.