Dean's Letter Nasso

Rabbi Gidon Goldberg's picture

Dear Parents,

I would like to give my special thanks to all of our parents and friends for the unprecedented success of our matching campaign, which raised over $120,000 of needed funds to help ensure the success of our distance learning program. Over 50 parent and student teams joined together in total achdus for 33 hours of solicitation and effort on behalf of the school. I want to congratulate all our solicitors, but especially out top solicitation teams. Special thanks to:

  • Naftali Karp family and Schloss, Brown, Cline, Hack, and Taitelbaum families. We also thank our top NEAT solicitors Brittney Kushner, Leah Schwartz, and Chava Saklad.
  • Special thanks to Mrs. Weiner and Rabbi Lapin for all their coordination help and in finding creative ways so that parents could participate in this trying time.
  • Thank you to the entire NEAT High School for their amazing help. This campaign would not be successful without NEAT.
  • Thanks to Mrs. Mindy Schachter and Ms. Avigayil Rauch for chairing and coordinating the campaign, thank you to Mrs. Gail Rubenstein for procuring volunteers to make calls, and thank you to Mrs. Kathleen Frazier for her administrative support.

You have become a link in the unbroken chain of transmitting Jewish values that have united us throughout the long history of our great people. Because of you, our children will be able to learn unhindered in a warm, caring, secure, and academically stimulating environment.

For this reason, I cannot possibly thank you enough for your kind and lasting support. Instead, allow me to offer this blessing:

Together may we merit the true joy of watching our children flourish and grow, developing their unique greatness far beyond the walls of our newly renovated school.

On behalf of the board of directors and the administration of the Providence Hebrew Day School/New England Academy of Torah, thank you once more. You are a true and loyal partner. Thank you again for making our campaign the great success that it was.

Rabbi Peretz Scheinerman