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Baruch Hashem,
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Baruch Hashem,

Besuras Tovos only!

Kol hakavod to the school!
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Kol hakavod to the school!

They handled it so well. Kids were allowed to be confused and ask questions. Each question of the students was answered by a licensed social worker. Nothing was hushed or shoved under rug. The students were treated very maturely and allowed to air their concerns and fears and be calmed down. Everything was out in the open and the social worker’s door was open for the past few days. A true example how to function in a time of crisis.

BH
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BH

HaShem should protect all of His children

Baruch Hashem
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Baruch Hashem

Hashem should keep us all safe and sound

A school that respects and cares for their students.
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A school that respects and cares for their students.

The school took the lead role in the investigation and cared for all the students in school at the same time. The school is completely devoted to every aspect of the students needs.
We are lucky.
Thanks

You are Amazing!
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You are Amazing!

Your top priority is to protect the needs of community members.

You are to be praised,

B”EZH may you only report b’sorot tovot from now on!

Penina Metal

Thank you school!
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Thank you school!

As mentioned above the school did an a amazing job and lots more behind the scenes!

Kids at risk
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Kids at risk

There are probably many more who are struggling with all kinds of things but perhaps haven’t yet reached the point of running away.

Parents, teachers, classmates, neighbors…. please watch out for these children. If you think something is wrong, reach out to someone – the child, her family, a sensitive Rebbetzin – and help the child find peace.

I hope this young lady gets all the love and support she needs.

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