End of the year banquet.  Every Talmid, Shliach, and Hanhola member shared their thoughts and feelings from the year
A picture is worth a thousand words.

With tremendous 
gratitude to Hashem, deep humility, and thankfulness to all those who helped make this first year an unbelievable success on so many levels, I share with you here a brief overview, in images, of Mesivta Lev Tmimim Lubavitch's first year. Boruch Hashem, we achieved the goal we set out on over a year ago, and are going full force ahead with preparations for our second year, welcoming in a new Shiur Alef, as our existing Talmidim move up to Shiur Beis, as well as, IY"H accommodating a small Shiur Gimmel, new Shluchim, and Smicha Talmidim.
Our Hatzlocha can be measured and expressed in so many ways, but first and foremost, in the growth and maturation of our Talmidim.  As one parent put it - I sent my child and received back a Tomim.

The growth of the Bochurim was due to their efforts and devotion, brought about by the investment of the Rebbeim, Shluchim, involvement of the parents, and the ongoing Brochos of the Rebbe:
Matching Chavrusas appropriately, supportive Magidei Shiurim, and engaging lessons plans and use of technology allowed us to reach Talmidim on three general levels: Average-Advanced Shiur Alef Gemara Shiur (Gemara, Rashi, Tosfos and Meforshim), Basic Gemara level (Gemara and strengthening basic skills), and Beginner Level (for those struggling or just starting out with Gemara). 
Weekly Mivtzoyim and community outreach run and organized by the Shluchim
Guiding the Bochurim in Inyonim Ruchniyim and encouraging them to go out of their comfort zones and make new Hachlotos and initiatives at the right pace for each of them...
Engaging speakers, guest lectures, Farbrengens and Shiurim on Special topics kept the year very interesting, and the variety continually whetted the appetite of the Bochurim for more learning...
Shiurim and Farbrengens, with guests including Rabbi A.D. Gancz, Rabbi C.D. Kagan, Rabbi M. Chazan, Rabbi S. Sternberg, Rabbi Z.L Markowitz, Rabbi N. Silberberg, Rabbi Y.Y. Jacobson, Rabbi S. Jacobson, Rabbi L. Tzukernik, Dr. Y. Schild, Captain Z. Webb, Lieutenant L. Schaeffer  and many more...
Special Shiurim topics included reasons and importance of Cholov/Pas/Bishul Yisroel, Rabbeinu Tam Tefilin, keeping a beard, Shchita and Nikur, the meaning of Kabolas Ol and being a Chosid today, Hiskashrus post Gimmel Tammuz and much more...
An underlying theme of the Lev Tmimim philosophy is personal responsibility and building up each Talmid's confidence and belief in himself...
Every Bochur's birthday is a cause for celebration and personal effort, attention given to the questions and thoughts of every boy, responsibility in maintaining the Yeshiva grounds, and ongoing reminders that the Tmimim are the children of the Rebbe...
Special events throughout the year served specific purposes, as well as gave boosts and injected excitement and anticipation as preparations and involvement commenced...
Just a few of the special events this year were the Father Son Shabbaton, Hachnosas Sefer Torah, Engagement and Chasunah of one of our Magidei Shiur, Matzah Baking, $300,000 Charidy campaign, worldwide Kinus HaTmimim, creation of a Yeshiva video...
Extra curricular and team building programming ensured that the overall wellbeing, social happiness, and perosnal needs were also attended too.
These included CPR and first aid, team building and interpersonal responsibility, music, building Shtenders, Aron Kodesh, Yeshiva Shelves, and other creative building, seeing first hand the process of Nikur after Shchita, ...
Sports and fitness in the right doses helps the mind and body work at its optimum during learning Sedarim.
We are very fortunate to have the facilities for both indoor as well as outdoor recreation and sports.  Our physical fitness classes always encouraged the boys to raise their level of fitness in specific areas and skills.
Outdoor activities included sports as well as nature hikes and a trip to the mountains for skiing.
Although many of our Talmidim arrived from Cheders without formal general studies and lacking many basic skills in math and English, by the end of the year, most of the boys were ready to take the NY State Regents exams - the first towards their High School diploma.
In conclusion, this year has been a powerful growth and learning opportunity for both the Talmidim, as well as the Hanhola, and with the Rebbe's Brochos, will be even more succesful and avaialbe to even more bochurim this coming year.
To learn more about our Yeshiva and approach, please visit today and see if Mesivta Lev Tmimim Lubavitch is right for your son.

Wising you a Gezunten Zumer,

Rabbi Gil Hami 

Mesivta Lev Tmimim Lubavitch

Connecting with the Heart of the Tomim

T: 215.825.3745

When a Bochur feels that his teachers and Hanhola address his ultimate worth, this opens his ability to achieve – academically and spiritually, more than he thought possible. This is the foundation which holds up everything MLTL provides ; a high level academic curriculum of Limudei Kodesh, an opportunity to gain knowledge and essential skills in general studies with the option to work towards a NY State Regents diploma – without the slightest compromise on level of Yidishkeit, Chassidishkeit, Yiras Shomayim, and Lubavitch values and Hiskashrus to the Rebbe.
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