A Message from Rabbi Ochs
Torah Academy Bullen
The last few weeks in school are very exciting, filled with siyumim, trips and activities.
On Monday, the boys in Grade 2-8 celebrated the Choson Vayikra seudah. There were
close to 65 chasanim and they earned 2 slices of pizza, French fries, and a soda. At the
seudah over 40 םירפס were given out to the boys who had learned תוינשמ and הכלה over
חספ sponsored by Rabbi and Mrs. Klerman in memory of their parents. We also showed a
musical video on the topic of הרזח.
On Tuesday, 8G went on their graduation trip to New Hampshire. They explored the po-
lar caves, rode a cable car to the top of Cannon Mountain, climbed the weather tower and
substituted Fun Stop for the Flume due to inclement weather. They had a fun filled action
packed day and had a great time in spite of the rainy weather. Thank you Mrs. Blumberg
and Mrs. Ochs for giving up an entire day to chaperoning the trip.
On Wednesday, 8B went on their graduation trip. The boys woke up early to daven at
5:30 AM at Chai Odom. Unbelievably, everyone was on time! They drove to Albany,
NY and their first stop was Fun Plex, an amusement park. They traveled to Howe Cav-
erns where they explored the stalagmite and stalactite caves. They bought supper at
PriceChopper in Albany, davened החנמ and returned to Boston at 10:45 PM. Thank you
Rabbi Moskovitz for coordinating all the details of the trip and giving the boys such a
great and exciting time. Thank you Mr. Sadetsky for driving the boys.
On Thursday, 23 boys went to Providence, Rhode Island for a banquet in honor of the
Masmid Gavoha program. We joined together with the boys from Providence and Water-
bury for the New England chapter of Masmid Gavoha. This is a national program that
runs during the winter months. Students track the time they learn at home and get points.
If they achieve a certain number of points, they are able to participate in the banquet.
This year it is taking place in Providence, Rhode Island. Thank you Rabbi Hain for or-
ganizing and running this program and driving a group of boys to Providence. Thank you
as well to Rabbi Miara for helping with the transportation.
Liel Shkap is the winner of the annual Rose Ruderman Scholar Award. The award recog-
nizes “students who contribute to the Jewish community by reaching out and helping oth-
ers.” Commemorating the activism of Rose Ruderman z"l, Liel is committed to her fam-
ily and involved in her community. She is a leader in the Malden community, modeling
tefilah, simcha and a strong commitment to yiddishkeit. She will receive the prize along-
side winners from five other Orthodox days schools.
The PreK celebrated their completion of the א‘-ב‘ with a gala הביסמ . Each class
performed superbly and there was no stage fright evident at all in these 4 year olds.
Thank you Morah Chavi, Morah Yocheved, Morah Rachel, Mrs. Kagan, and Morah Ari-
ella. בוט לזמ to 7G on completing קלב תשרפ. Thank you Mrs. Ochs.
בוט לזמ to 8G on completing םירבד תשרפ. Thank you Mrs. Ochs.
בוט לזמ to 4G on completing עשוהי רפס. Thank you Mrs. Sternfield.
Please note that there will be a Rebbe’s meeting this Sunday, with dismissal at 11:30 AM
for 2B—8B. Have a תבש טוג !
June 9, 2017 עשת‘‘ ז
8:02PM תורנ תקלדה
Tue, June 13 -
last day of school
for 8G - noon dis-
missal for 8G
Wed, June 14 -
Thurs, June 15 -
last day of school
for 8B, dismissal
Thurs, June 15 -
Mon, June 19 -
last day of pre-
school - noon dis-
Tue, June 20 -
last day for 1-
8B/G - noon dis-
To Bostoner Rebbe
and Rebbetzin on
the birth of a son to
and Mrs. Sarah So-
cha (‘94) Beresovsky
To Rabbi Yehoshua
and Mrs. Sharone
Zuber on the birth
of a daughter to Mr.
and Mrs. Pinchos
To Dr. Shmuel and
Mrs. Devora Mill-
man on the engage-
ment of their
(‘11) to Doniel