Saturday, February 05, 2005

Rabbi Ephram Bryks . . . Principal of a school? He's allowed to supervise children?

How can it be that someone who has so many allegations against him be the principal of a yeshiva? How can it be that the state of New York would allow this? Click on the title of this entry and you will find the following information:

The New York State Administrators Listing for Public and Non-Public Schools and School Districts
District: NYC GEOG DIST #28 - RIC #3
Code: 342800229718
Record Type: Non-Public Grade Organization: Special School

Chief School Officer: PRINCIPAL-RABBI EPHRAIM BRYKS Mailing Address: 150-62 78TH RD FLUSHING, NY 11367 Phone: (718) 849-4140

Learn more about Ephraim Bryks by goint to The Awareness Center's web page:


Blogger jewishwhistleblower said...

The last I heard this school was closed.

Current activities:

1) The Bukharian Jewish Organization of Youth has been promoting Rabbi Ephraim Boruch Bryks for the past years see:
One of the leaders of this organization is Shlomo Fuzaylov. Fuzaylov is a student of Rabbi Ephraim Boruch Bryks from his days as principal at Queens Torah Academy. Fuzaylov was one of the leaders of student protests in support of Rabbi Ephraim Boruch Bryks as administrators considered removing him from the school (which they ultimately did).

The Bukharian Jewish Organization of Youth has received funding and sponsorship from Astor Brokerage Limited, which I am told is associated with Rabbi Ephraim Boruch Bryks’ in-laws (he worked there in the 1990s).

2) Rabbi Ephraim Boruch Bryks has a mikvah operated out of his home:
Name: Mikvah of Kew Gardens
Address: 84-33 116th St. Kew

3) Rabbi Ephraim Boruch Bryks’ Hachnosas Kallah G'mach is promoted by the Vaad Harabonim of Queens website.

4) Rabbi Ephraim Boruch Bryks’ continues to counsel women, particulary agunot with young children.

5) He also takes groups on tours to historical sites connected to the Holocaust in Eastern Europe.

February 06, 2005 7:03 PM  
Blogger jewishwhistleblower said...

>He's allowed to supervise children?

Only in the private Jewish education system.

In the NY public system, he cannot teach or work with children. The minute he tries they will open an investigation and likely, based on the information on him, deny him teahing credentials.

That's why he has not applied for a teaching licence (which of course he doen't need in the private Jewish education system where there are few standards).

February 06, 2005 7:07 PM  

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