HAFTR High School is proud to welcome Rabbi Yissachar Blinder to our Judaic Studies leadership team as our yeshiva’s Mashgiach Ruchani. Rabbi Blinder has been teaching boys in the HAFTR Beit Midrash program for the last three years. In his new position, Rabbi Blinder’s goal is to engage and guide students in developing a deeper and more wholesome approach to spirituality and religious practice.
Rabbi Blinder is a talmid and musmach of Rav Yitzchak Berkovitz of the Jerusalem Kollel. He was the founding rosh yeshiva of Nishmas Hatorah of Woodmere, served as Menahel of its high school, and continues his role there as the Mara Dasra.
Rabbi Blinder is passionate about Torah and mitzvot, and hopes to imbue the “geshmak to be a Yid” mindset to every HAFTR student, b’ezrat Hashem!
Mr. Elie Hirt joins the guidance team at HAFTR High School as a new social worker. He looks forward to meeting each and every student, assisting freshmen in their transition to high school, and being someone in the building whom students feel comfortable to turn to for support.
Mr. Hirt is a graduate of Wurzweiler School of Social Work and worked in the student activities department for four years at MTA. He resides in West Hempstead with his wife and two children.
HAFTR High School is proud to welcome back Mrs. Shaindy Lisker to the science department. Mrs. Lisker started her teaching career at HAFTR almost 20 years ago. She has taught at Midreshet Shalhevet and been a private tutor, and is excited to return to her roots and transmit her energy and love of science to her students.
HAFTR Middle School welcomes some new faces this year.Rabbi Simcha Hopkovitz is a wonderful new addition to the HAFTR Middle School Judaic Studies department, Rachel Stahler joins our team as a school social worker and new physical education teacher. Jennifer Marrali joins the science department, Brent Owens joins the English department, Meirav Sapir is coming on as a Lashon teacher, Sarah Borodach is our new coordinator of Student Services, and Devora Krakauer is joining the English department.
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