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RYNJ Announces New Hires

The Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey is excited to welcome Mrs. Devora Zheutlin to the RYNJ family as the director of its early childhood program. Morah Devora is an experienced and beloved educational leader known for her warmth and nurturing approach to early childhood education and social development. Morah Devora comes to RYNJ with years of experience, having served as a school psychologist as well as early childhood director at Toras Emes Academy in Los Angeles. She is well known as a transformative educator who works with her staff to meet the needs of children with love, care and true professionalism. Emphasizing the development of strong relationships and collaboration with teachers and parents, Morah Devora creates a team that supports each child, ensuring his or her success.

She is a noted lecturer who has presented across the country through Torah U’Mesorah and private venues on topics including parenting, relationships, pro-social skills, bully prevention and self-improvement.

RYNJ looks forward to Morah Devora Zheutlin working with Morah Ronit Wenger, EC assistant director, and the outstanding teachers and staff as they continue to build on the magnificent foundation that has been established and enjoy many more years of growth, development and נחת from our children.

Instructional Coaches

The Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey is pleased to announce the appointment of Morah Penina Richman and Mrs. Bracha Schreiber as instructional coaches in the RYNJ lower school.

Instructional coaches support teachers and help them reach their potential. The process involves setting goals together with the teachers and helping them get there with guidance in the classroom and continuous follow up. These goals or action plans focus on any of the essential educational areas such as instructional methods, differentiation, classroom organization, classroom management, and assessments.

Both Morah Richman and Mrs. Schreiber have served as stellar educators at RYNJ for over 10 years, and they have been a part of the RYNJ family since attending as students themselves. Their dedication to their students and educational craft have allowed them to organically step into informal roles of leadership, as their input and perspectives are continually sought after. Morah Richman and Mrs. Schreiber both approach learning with a growth mindset; cherishing opportunities to further develop themselves and advocating to bring those opportunities to others. RYNJ is confident that their talent, commitment, and expertise will prove both supportive and instrumental as the Yeshiva enters this exciting new chapter of professional development.

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