In Far Rockaway, NY, Yeshiva Darchei Torah is in the midst of renovating the lower level of its main building, creating eight new classrooms that will be ready in time for the new school year, Matzav.com has learned.
The classrooms, which will house the first grade, are being built in response to the continued growth of the yeshiva’s student enrollment. In addition, the Kaufman Ezras Noshim, which overlooks the Diamond Bais Medrash and functions as the Middle School’s shul and assembly space, is at capacity and is being significantly expanded.
“This current project continues in the same vein as the recent monumental construction of our new complex,” explains Rav Yaakov Bender, rosh hayeshiva of Darchei Torah. “We are ensuring that despite the growth of the yeshiva as a whole, each individual class and each individual talmid can learn in the optimal environment with children their age, in bright, clean classrooms with wide, spacious hallways and in immediate proximity to each division’s menahalim and principals.
“We eagerly look forward to the new school year and to welcoming all of our precious talmidim.”