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"This is not for one school- this is for all the schools around the world! On our mission report it shows that 26 SCHOOLS have already joined!"
(CROWN HEIGHTS, Brooklyn) - Last week, Lubavitcher schools worldwide began enrolling in the all-new Chayolei Tzivos Hashem, responding to a massive campaign roll-out. The elite brigade, exclusively for Lubavitcher children, marks a revolutionary new phase in the Rebbe’s vision for soldiers in Hashem’s army. In the first week since registration has opened, thousands of children have registered in over 20 schools worldwide. Schools register by emailing CTH@TzivosHashem.org, and are reporting much excitement amongst the children who are eagerly awaiting their missions!
1. thankful parent wrote:
December 04 2008 - 15:31 -
2. upset wrote:
Where is Bais Rivkah in all of this?
December 04 2008 - 16:48 -
3. Chana Z wrote:
EXACTLY what we need! Thanks for publicizing this new amazing work.
December 04 2008 - 17:03 -
4. Looks amazing! wrote:
Go Shimmy, Shaya and Ariel!!!!
December 04 2008 - 17:22 -
5. an excited student! wrote:
This is not for one school- this is for all the schools around the world! On our mission report it shows that 26 SCHOOLS have already joined!
December 04 2008 - 18:23 -
6. BR Children wrote:
My kids is in Beis Rivkah --- i would love her to be in this program... who do i call to make this happen?
December 04 2008 - 18:49 -
7. proud parent wrote:
may this be the final assault to bring moshiach. mrs upset,please remember that only achdus counts in those difficult times.
December 04 2008 - 19:02 -
8. WOW! wrote:
December 04 2008 - 19:09 -
9. a bm senior wrote:
so proud to see young bnos menachemnicks!
December 04 2008 - 20:43 -
10. proud sister wrote:
its an amazing program, and my brother is the one who wrote the computer program for keeping track of the points, etc.!
December 04 2008 - 20:54 -
11. A parent in Bnos Menachem school wrote:
Why aren't the girls of grades 6&7 joining the program ? It would be a shame for them to be missing out on such a nice program!
December 04 2008 - 21:59 -
12. TH wrote:
Yasher Koach Shimmy and crew for creating such an amazing program!!
December 05 2008 - 01:15 -
13. yo wrote:
or bis chaya mushku
December 05 2008 - 08:08 -
14. gertie wrote:
beth rivkah should be a part of this i mean everyone school should be a part of this go what ever these kids did! yay!
Shluchim as Base Commanders
Responsible for many popular programs that have become a vital part of a young Shliach’s day, Myshliach is leading the way in providing chassidiskeit for Shluchim’s children in an educational and entertaining format.
At the recent Kinus Hashluchim, MyShliach’s programming received an overwhelming expansion, as more than four-hundred new children signed up to one of their programs; Chayolei Tzivos Hashem. To date more than 600 children are involved. A program that was recently only available exclusively to Lubavitch schools, MyShliach is enabling Shluchim to run the system in their makom haShlichus, with parents becoming their child’s base commander by printing and marking missions through their own account.
With a sticker binder, sticker book for their parents, a private rank book with goals and missions, and the ever popular monthly Hachayol magazines, these children are sure to benefit and grow on levels equivalent to their peers in a regular school.
For the Shluchim themselves, the benefit of such a unique program is seeing the constant chassidishe growth of their children on Shlichus, as a Shlucha from Italy recently wrote, “Chayolei Tzivos Hashem is adding tremendous chayus in our home, and our children are so excited about their beautiful and thoughtfully designed mission binders, stickers and Tehillim. Thank you, thank you and thank you!”
“The program enables Shluchim to provide a chassidishe chinuch to their children even in the most far-flung places of the world,” said Chaya Mushka Moscowitz, Chayolei director.
An online tutorial is available on the MyShliach website for children to be trained how to use the system, and for parents to learn how to maximize their child’s potential from the program.
Did you forget to sign your child up?
It’s not too late, just fill out this form .................. and we’ll get you on board right away!
P.S (link omitted for difficulty in bulk-emailing with links from Crown Heights website)
GADNA (Heb. גַּדְנַ״ע; abbr. for גְּדוּדֵי נֹעַר, Gedudei No'ar; "Youth Corps"), Israel government youth movement for training 13- to 18-year-olds in defense and national service. Gadna, whose membership is voluntary, functions in high schools and youth clubs. It trains its members in firsthand knowledge of Israel's geography and topography, physical fitness, marksmanship, scouting, field exercises, comradeship, teamwork, and mutual aid. It is administered by the Gadna Command which functions in the framework of the Israel Defense Forces and the Ministry of Defense and cooperates with the Ministry of Education and Culture. The corps may be activated in an emergency by special permission of the chief of staff.
In addition to regular training, Gadna organizes route marches for 16-year-olds, sharpshooting clubs with nationwide contests on Lag ba-Omer, and an international Bible contest for youth. In its air section (Gadna-Avir) youngsters construct model planes, study aviation, and practice gliding, under the direction of Air Force officers. In the naval section (Gadna-Yam) naval officers teach swimming, rowing, sailing, navigation, diving, and underwater fishing. There is a Gadna orchestra, which has played abroad. During vacations third-year high school students go to Gadna work and training camps in border settlements and immigrant villages, or participate in national service projects in landscape improvement, archaeological excavation, and assistance in hospitals. The corps also helps to reeducate and reintegrate delinquent youth.
Gadna, established in 1948, was the successor to Ḥagam (Ḥinnukh Gufani Murḥav; "Extended Physical Training"), which was founded in 1939, and Alummim, a general organization for the 14- to 18-year-old group. Its purpose, defined by Prime Minister Ben-Gurion in 1949, was "training for peace and not for war." In 1951 a Gadna training farm was set up at *Be'er Orah in the Negev, followed by others at Nurit in the Gilboa Hills, and at *Sedeh Boker and Keẓiot in the Negev. In the early 1950s Gadna youngsters went out to help newcomers in immigrant villages and introduce them to Israeli life through Hebrew lessons, Israel songs, and games. Gadna's work has been of interest to visitors from African and Asian countries, and a Gadna delegation traveled to Ghana, Nigeria, and Liberia in 1959. The first Gadna course for youth from Africa and Asia was organized in 1961, and Gadna instructors were later sent to various countries. In 1968 a Gadna unit was organized for *Druze youth. The corps published a monthly newspaper Be-Maḥaneh Gadna ("In the Gadna Camp").
During the Sinai Campaign of 1956 and the Six-Day War of 1967, Gadna youngsters effectively replaced personnel in the postal system, civil defense, schools, hospitals, industry, and agriculture. Subsequently Gadna operated mainly in school frameworks. In some schools, Gadna is part of the curriculum, while others send students for a week to Gadna military camps that prepare them for military service, including weapons training and discipline. Different military branches run their own Gadna groups, such as the Air Force and Navy.
E. Shomroni, Maggal va-Ḥerev (19552), 7–22, 159; Israel Year Book (1949– ).
It is of utmost important to expose such indoctrination of children, specially with the avid activities and dominance of Chabad in schools and the education system in the USA, so much so that the education day was chosen on the birthday of Chabad rebbe Menachem Schneerson
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