As 1,000 students walk through the doors of YCQ on the first day of the 2022–2023 school year, you can feel the students’ anticipation. After a very long summer, they are eager to reunite with old friends, meet new friends, and get to know their new teachers who will instruct, guide, and support them this year. A lot of changes are in place at YCQ this fall, including additional activities, new and innovative curriculum, and brand new classrooms for our youngest students in preschool.
“We are blessed this year with excellent staff and faculty, many new to the community,” reported Rabbi Landsman, Principal of YCQ. “Yeshiva of Central Queens is filled with students who are ready and eager to learn. Our building is newly and beautifully renovated. My hope for the YCQ 2022–2023 School Year is simcha, shefa, mazal, nachat, hatzlachah, and shalom. We look forward to watching our students grow in midos, Torah, mitzvot, general studies, and the fun and engagement of learning.”