Pupa Mosdos of Monsey Hosts Chinuch Symposium and Evening Out for Melamdim

In a bid to enhance the quality of education and behavior management in their classrooms, Pupa Mosdos of Monsey organized a special event for their Melamdim. The event, held on Sunday night, featured enlightening speeches and insightful techniques within the field of chinuch. Additionally, the teachers were treated to a delightful dinner, followed by an unforgettable night out.

Located near Monsey in Ramsey, New Jersey, the event took place in the vicinity of the renowned Imperial Marble & Granite Productions, owned by Father and Son longtime Monsey Askonim, Reb Shmiel Yitzchok and Reb Hershy Margeratten.

The evening commenced with an array of enlightening speeches and presentations aimed at equipping the Melamdim with innovative strategies to improve their educational and behavioral management skills. Experts from the chinuch industry shared their valuable insights, providing Melamdim with a toolkit for better engaging and educating their students.

Following the educational sessions, the Melamdim were treated to a sumptuous dinner, where they had the opportunity to network and exchange ideas with their fellow educators. The camaraderie and shared experiences added to the overall enrichment of the event.

As the night progressed, the Melamdim embarked on a tour of the famous Imperial Marble & Granite Productions facility. Reb Shmiel Yitzchok and Reb Hershy Margeratten, the owners, graciously hosted the Melamdim and guided them through the state-of-the-art production processes, allowing them to witness firsthand the craftsmanship and dedication that goes into their work.

The event was a resounding success, leaving the Melamdim inspired and equipped with valuable tools to enhance their teaching skills. Pupa Mosdos of Monsey continues to prioritize the professional development of its Melamdim, ensuring that they are well-prepared to nurture the next generation of students.

In a statement, Pupa Mosdos of Monsey expressed their gratitude to Reb Shmiel Yitzchok and Reb Hershy Margeratten for their generous hospitality and support in making the event a memorable and educational experience for all involved.

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