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My favorite teacher is my Chumash teacher, Rabbi Furst. He is a very funny teacher and he makes his classes fun. Rabbi Furst sells prizes for poker chips when you’re good and when you answer some hard questions. He even gives out doughnuts on Rosh Chodesh.

He is really nice and he is a great teacher. I really like the way he describes the pesukim in the Chumash. I am very happy to have him as a teacher.

Eitan Schulgasser
5th grade
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I feel so privileged as a student to have Morah Rivka (Anapolle) as my Navi teacher this year. I came into seventh grade thinking of Navi as a nice book, an interesting story. When Morah Rivka started teaching, her style, her passion, and her insight immediately drew my attention. I started caring more about the text and formulating my own opinions and views on the personalities. As her class progressed, my perspective began to change entirely. No longer was Navi as a nice book or interesting story, rather it was a guidebook, a chronicle from which I could learn to be a better person. Morah Rivka taught Navi not as a foreign and ancient tale, but as a relatable countenance of events, with individuals whose emotions and reactions I could relate to. She showed me how to see the mistakes made, and learn from them, how to recognize rewardable behavior and to imitate it. She made me see Navi for what it is and for that, I am eternally grateful.

Leah Barzideh
7th grade
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Morah Sarit is the best administrator I could ever ask for. Whenever I get sad she cheers me up. When I go into Yeshivat He’Atid she is the first person that says “good morning” to me. I think of her more as my friend and teacher than my administrator. What I learn from her is how to be kind, and whenever I’m in her office it’s always sweet and homey. That’s why Morah Sarit is and always will be my favorite administrator.

Dylan Moskowitz
5th grade
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