R' Yitzchok Scheiner 12 Cheshvan 5774.mp4





Below is a letter from the Where What When, discussing the Blended Learning Program that Torah Institute is participating in here in Baltimore.









June 18, 2012

We received the following letter from a graduating parent. Names have been changed.

L'kovod Rabbi Eisgrau

Thank you so much for this past school year.  Boruch Hashem our Doniel has seen progress and success this year and we just wanted to thank you for creating a climate in the school that rewards the efforts and the she’ifus of the students and not just the results. We are so thankful that Hashem has sent us such a devoted and caring menahel as a partner in Doniel's chinuch. May Hashem repay your efforts with only nachas from your talmidim and family.  In sincere appreciation,

Parents of an 8th grade student 5772 / 2012



June 13, 2012

We received the following letter from a graduating parent. Names have been changed.

"It is hard to believe that in a few short days Eli will be graduating and leaving the walls of the yeshiva which has been his home away from home for ten years. We are extremely grateful and full of hakoras hatov to all the dedicated rebbeim and morahs which Eli was priviledged to have.  We appreciate all their dedication and mesirus nefesh or the sake of our son and all the talmidim of the yeshiva. We look forward to Eli taking his strong foundation that he received in yeshiva and building higher and higher upon it as he enters mesivta. It is especially gratifying to know that each rebbi has recognized Eli's kochos and abilities. Our hope is for them to remember his tremendous simchas hachayim and that it will have an everlasting impression on them.  At this point we also would like to be makir tov to the Ribono Shel Olam for the wonderful friendships Eli has made throughout all these years and for the wonderful hashpah they have on each other - what a treasure!  May the Ribono Shel Olam constantly watch over him and protect him as he goes mechayil el chayil. Enclosed is a small token of our appreciation to the yeshiva for everything the yeshiva has done for Eli and it is our sincerest hope that one day we will be able to repay the yeshiva for all they have done."

From Grateful Parents of a Graduating Student