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    The TA Times Volume XXII Issue 24 בס”ד Upcoming Events Sun, Jun 18- No Sessions for 2nd-5th Grade, No Sessions for Middle School Pre1A Graduation in MPR/Old Gym at 12:30pm Tues, Jun 20- Last Day - Early Childhood, 3:45pm Dismissal for 4th-5th grades Weds, Jun 21- 3:45pm Dismissal for 4th-5th grades Thurs, Jun 22 Last Day of School - Please be aware of dismissal times for your division Mesivta Graduation 7pm מפיך ומפי ז Camp Chofetz Chaim Schedule Mon, Jul 3- First day of 1st camp session Tues, Jul 4- No Camp, Legal Holiday Tues, Jul 11- No Camp, 17 Tammuz Fast Day Wed, Jul 26- Last day of 1st camp session Thurs, Jul 27- First Day of 2nd camp session Tues, Aug 1- No Camp, Tisha b’Av Fast Day Fri, Aug 18- Last Day of 2nd camp session עד עו Parnas hayom 11 Sivan- For the refuah shelaima of Tzvi Hirsch ben Chaya Leah 13 Sivan- For the refuah shelaima of Mayer DINNER ben Leah OF ENTURY Mazel Tov Mrs. Renee Kaplan-Nadel on the birth of a granddaughter SAVE THE DATE! מפיך ומפי זרעך עד עולם THE DINNER OF A CENTURY SUNDAY 9.10.17 י״ט אלול תשע״ז MARTIN’S WEST BALTIMORE, MD Dvar Chizuk Parshas Beha’aloscha Chazal tell us, “Hai man daboi lemehevei chasida lekayaim mili d’avos”, in order for a person to achieve the level of Chasidus, which parenthetically is the level prior to Navius, one needs to synchronize his conduct and behaviors to that which is taught in Pirkei Avos. Our Chazal are clearly teaching us the importance of working on our Middos so that they go hand in hand with Yegia (effort) and Amailus B’Torah (toiling in Torah). We must clearly recognize that without achieving this aliya in middos, one cannot achieve anything worthwhile or meaningful in learning. Furthermore, the Tana D’vai Eliyahu asks the following question: What is expected of every single Yid when the Torah says and you should love Hashem your G-d with all your heart? The Tana D’vai Eliyahu translates the words “and you should love” to mean and you should cause Hashem to be loved. This means that if you are a learned individual and your morals, ethics and conduct in life are such that all those who see you can say, this is a Ben Torah and I want to be like him and I want my children to be B’nai Torah too; then this individual has indeed made the biggest Kiddush Hashem, sanctification of Hashem’s name. If, however, one learns Torah, but people look with disdain at his middos and ethics, then Hashem’s name has, Rochmana Litzlan, been profaned. How fortunate we are that we are able to teach our children Torah and the ways of Hashem. However, we must always remember and consistently reinforce in ourselves and in our children this philosophy, that a Ben Torah is an individual that possesses appropriate middos and derech eretz, in addition to his learning. We must never tolerate, for any reason whatsoever, a lack of middos or derech eretz. If our children recognize that this is our expectation, then they will grow up to be mekayim the mitzvah of Veahavta Es Hashem Elokecha in the most utopian manner. As we approach the end of the year, we wish to commend our wonderful parent body for their devotion and Meseiras Nefesh to Torah and its ideals. “Mi’Kiamcha Yisroel!” Who else besides Klal Yisroel lovingly offer so much Kochos, quality time, and effort to instill in their children the love of Hashem and Yiras Shomayim. May Hashem grant you much Nachas, health and happiness. Kudos and appreciation are extended to our dedicated faculty, Rebbeim, Morohs, Teachers and Assistants, along with the office, maintenance, and auxiliary staffs who work so diligently to instill in our precious kinderlach the chinuch and education which we treasure so dearly. I would like to offer my Hakoras Hatov to all the other Menahelim, Principals, Administrators, and Vaad and Board members. “Al Rosham,” I specifically mention my esteemed peers, Mrs. Shoshana Berzon, Elementary General Studies Principal and Mrs. Beily Rosen, Early Childhood Director, who both work so closely to determine the best way to teach our children. Your joint efforts have made TA a citadel of Torah, nationally and internationally. May Hashem continue to shine His Countenance on us all. Good Shabbos, Rabbi Nachman Kahana Lower School Menahel CADEMY OF BALTIMORE 4445 OLD SUNDAY COURT RD · BALTIMORE, MD 21208 9.10.17 י״ט אלול תשע״ז MARTIN’S WEST BALTIMORE, MD Parshas Beha’aloscha June 9, 2017 VAS CHOFETZ CHAIM TALMUDICAL ACADEMY OF BALTIMORE 4445 OLD COURT RD · BALTIMORE, MD 21208 1

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    LOWER SCHOOL NEWS Classroom Spotlight This Week: Miss Lowenthal’s 2nd Grade בס”ד As we near the end of the school year, Miss Lowenthal’s 2nd grade has been reflecting on how much they have changed and grown in such amazing ways this year. With our growth mindsets and positive attitudes we know we can achieve any goal we set! Dov Gertz - I improved on math skills this year. Akiva Ziffer – I got better at paying attention by just believing in myself. Ariel Rosenblum – I got better at reading this year. Gavriel Rose – I have gotten better at solving riddles. Yaakov Fialkoff – I improved in making friends, playing sports, and helping people. Shua Guttenberg – I got better at reading and spelling. Daniel Levi- I improved on doing 4x4 and 5x5 Rubik’s cubes. Yogie Weiskind – I got better at organizing and doing art. Aaron Hoffman – I got better at dodgeball and kickball. Zevi Leipnik – I improved on building with Lego and doing art. Chaim Friedman – I got better at spelling and following directions. Reuven Shmidman – I can read much faster and better this year. Yechiel Neuman – I got better at math and kickball. Moshe Lerner – I got better at sports and math. Chaim Lefkovitz – I improved at not calling out and playing kickball. Simcha Neuberger – I got better at seeing and reading. I got glasses. Elimelech Friedman – I got better at kicking and fielding in kickball. Yaakov Greenberg – I learned to write better and to persevere. Rabbi Brecher’s 1st Grade Mitzvah Notes Yonasan Grunhut Yonasan napped on Erev Shavuos and then stayed up until midnight in shul and was still a mentsch the rest of yom tov! Zachy Chesner We were blown away by how well Zacky knew the Shavuos questions! He also stayed up with his father after the meal on the first night and reviewed Chumash beautifully!! We couldn’t be more proud! Emanuel Kholesechi Emanuel was the best during Shevuos. He was mevater so many times when he was playing with his cousins. We are so proud! Yehuda Abramowitz We had so much nachas watching Yehuda learn on Shavuos night! Elementary Math Club Recently, Mrs. Mallonee, the TA Middle School Math Department Chair, sponsored a 4th and 5th grade math club. Students meet during their lunch to explore exciting math topics such as Fibonacci sequence and triangular numbers. Last month, Mrs. Mallonee’s math club participated in the Math League contest. The contest consisted of 35 questions from different areas of mathematics. There is no “passing” or “failing” score. Few students score as high as 28 points (80% correct). Students with half that total, 14 points, should be commended for a job well done. In the 4th grade, Yaakov Hollander earned the highest score, with Eli Baron in second place. In the 5th grade, Yaakov Krupp had the highest score. Doni Weichbrod and Noam Schulman tied for 2nd place. Congratulations to everyone who participated in the Math League contest! 2

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    ADMINISTRATIVE NEWS new TA boards In accordance with the by-laws of TA, Peretz Wertenteil, Chairman of the Board, has appointed a Nominating Committee to elect individuals to serve on the Executive and General boards of the Yeshiva for 2017-2019. Dear Rabbi Slansky, Menahel, Rebbeim and Talmidim, On behalf of all of the families who Ahavas Yisrael helps, I would like to thank you for your amazing, unbelievable, and fantastic Pesach Learn-a-thon. The total amount of money that you raised was over $5,000, but that is not even close to the thousands of hours that you learned over Pesach. Ahavas Yisrael is so proud to have such special partners as you! You have made Baltimore proud! We really appreciate the countless hours and energy that Rabbi Slansky put forth to make this project such a success!! May you continue to bring nachas to your families and Rebeeim, and may you continue to be able to help others! The new Nominating Committee consists of Tzvi Friedman, Gil Horwitz, Yanky Katz, Chaim Rosenberg and Gary Guttenberg. Please contact any of the above if you have suggestions for members to serve on either board. Scholarships for 2017-2018 The deadline to submit a scholarship form for the 2017-2018 school year has now passed. If you have any questions or still need to apply, please contact Mrs. Rochel Mandel at 410-484-6600, ext. 302 or email rmandel@talmudicalacademy.org PTA: May Box Top Winners Pre1A Mrs. Maggie Silver: Daniel Siff 2nd Grade Mrs. Roll: Yosef Chaim Weiss 2nd Grade Mrs. Kaplan-Nadel: Yaakov Weiss 4th Grade Rabbi Slansky and Rabbi Miller: Moshe Ribakow Class Winner: Pre1A Mrs. Maggie Silver We are extremely proud of the many students that participated in the “Sheva Shabbasos Temimos Tehiyena” program. For the Shabbasos between Pesach and Shavuos, they enhanced their Kedushas Shabbos by playing activities that are within the spirit of Shabbos. The boys who participated in all six weeks were entered into the Grand Raffle. May we continue to enjoy the beauty and kedusha of Shabbos. Agudah Scrip Agudah Scrip can be ordered online. For more information, please contact Mr. Ben-Zion Schmell at bschmell07@gmail.com Carpool Board Visit our Carpool Board at www. talmudicalacademy.org/parentresources/carpoolboard To request a carpool posting, please email carpoolboard@ talmudicalacademy.org Available positions Due to growth, teaching and assistant positions are available in the Elementary school for the 2017-2018 school year. Please email resume to elemoffice@ talmudicalacademy.org or call 410-484-6600 x. 328. Parshas Beha’aloscha June 9, 2017 3

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    MIDDLE SCHOOL NEWS Rabbi Robinsons 6th grade science classes made their own rivers, some of them even waterproof! The boys labeled their rivers including tributaries, deltas, and headwaters. The winners got Slurpees from 7-Eleven. The forecast for Thursday, May 25th was for thunderstorms all day. That very morning a record setting 260 students gathered at Rabbi Berger’s Shul to listen to Divrei Bracha and to head out to Hershey Park for their well-deserved Chemdas trip. These boys spent months memorizing yedios klaliyos and learning mishnayos to earn this trip. As the rain fell, they loaded the buses and hoped for the best. B”H as the buses pulled into Hershey, PA the rain slowed down, and what a great day it was! The slight on-and-off drizzle and overcast sky kept the crowds down and the sun out of the boys’ eyes. After a full day of going from ride to ride, Mr. Feigenbaum served deli subs, chips and soda for dinner. We returned with wonderful memories and a determination to keep on shtieging. We would like to thank all of our chaperones for joining us and for making our trip possible. We would also like to give a tremendous thank you to our Chemdas coordinator, Rabbi Hexter for all the effort you put in to making this trip a smashing success! The 6Y English and History class wanted to show their appreciation to Mr. Leach for such an amazing year. They literally gave him a “TOKEN” of appreciation to help complete his already impressive coin collection. The project was spearheaded by Shmuel Tzvi Prero of 6Y who had a custom made, one of a kind coin created just for Mr. Leach. It was so nice to see the class come together and show their gratitude in such a special way! 4

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    MIDDLE SCHOOL NEWS: SCIENCE FAIR No words can describe the joy of seeing our students owning their projects. The knowledge, excitement, dedication, and passion was priceless. Thank you Mr. Blackwell for organizing this incredible event. Special thanks to Mr. Zaslow, Mr. Fink, Mr. Lewis, Mr. Perlman, Mrs. Kotliki, and all of our Science teachers and judges who helped out as well. Thank you to our Rebbeim who went out of their way to show support for their students. As always, this means a lot! Thank you to Rabbi Ciment for taking great pictures as always! A big thank you to Mrs. Prero for expertly arranging and coordinating this beautiful event. Congratulations to all the boys on a job well done! - Rabbi Yakov Majeski Parshas Beha’aloscha June 9, 2017 5

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    middle school news: science fair SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS: 1st Place: Acidic Spinach: Yeshaya Silverman 2nd Place: What goes up Most come down: Dovid Buchwalter & Pinchus Rubelow 3rd Place: Portable Power by Zachariah Zaslow & Yaakov Reeches Best Research Project: Yeshai Engel Best Visual Aid: Michael Reischer & Eli Friedman Best Presentation: Good Old Rusty: Levi Rosenbloom and Avraham Shecter Best Board: Aharon Rosen & Yechiel Diskind 6

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    it takes a village What is Our Role in Addressing Abuse in the Community? Please join us as we bring together a panel of experts on the topic of combating abuse in our communities. How to be responsive and responsible when confronted by cases of abuse and related challenges. Constructive suggestions about how we can make prevention and intervention more effective. Learn about the community resources that are available for families, therapists, educators and friends of victims and potential victims. Featuring an update on implementation of the Safety Kid program in our schools and community. Bnai Jacob Shaarei Zion 6602 Park Heights Ave Thursday 6.29.17 | 7:30pm Panelists Lisa Ferentz, LCSW-C, DAPA Why do we need to talk about this? Ms. Ferentz is a recognized expert in the treatment of trauma. She presents workshops and keynote addresses nationally and internationally, and is a clinical consultant to practitioners and mental health agencies in the United States, Canada, and the UK. She is a local therapist and resource. Dr. David Pelcovitz From Talk to Action Dr. Pelcovitz is a noted psychologist whose career, over the past 35 years, has focused on clinical practice and research efforts in areas related to trauma, child abuse and parenting. Debbie Fox, LCSW What are the options? Ms. Fox is the founder and creator of the internationally recognized Safety Kid program. A licensed social worker, she has facilitated unique partnerships among schools, families and children to create a safer world for our community’s youngest members at home, school and at camp. Parshas Beha’aloscha June 9, 2017 Endorsed by Rabbi Hopfer and other local Rabbonim. To sponsor this event please call 410.234.0030. 7

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    Camping Heaven! Camping Heaven! Camp Chofetz Chaim 2•0•1•7 C.I.T.’s 2 • 0•1•7 Jump in before it’s too late!! Some grades already closed! What does a Day Camp do at night? NEW THIS YEAR: Father & Camper Night Swims (6th-10th grades) Or Scan: To apply visit: WWW.CAMPCHOFETZCHAIM.COM staiman.com staiman.com staiman.com staiman.com 8 410-484-6600 X 327

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