Dear Mrs. Nadata,

I am now a senior in high school and I just got word that I was accepted into New York Institute of Technology. At this point I would like to thank CAHAL for all it has done for me. They helped me by mainstreaming me in my strong subjects and helping me in my weaker subjects.

The fact that I am very good in math only helped in my career choice. A strong mathematical background will be helpful for an Architectural and Design degree. I have applied my math skills in the woodworking course given in my high school. I have assisted my woodworking instructor with creative projects with wood. I helped the students learn how to use the array of tools necessary to build a successful project on their own.

The success that I see now would not have been possible if I did not get the strong foundation that I needed from the dedicated teachers in CAHAL. I am forever grateful for the care and concern that CAHAL provided me.

With much Hakoras Hatov to all of you,

A Graduating Senior

Our son's experience in CAHAL's Pre1A catapulted him forward academically, socially and behaviorally. He developed so dramatically during that one year, testimony to the skilled experience and commitment of his team at CAHAL. We can trace his current success in a mainstream program to the foundational skills he developed in CAHAL, and we are so grateful.
The B. Family, former CAHAL parents

Tzvi entered CAHAL in second grade struggling academically, socially, and emotionally. As his skills grew, his confidence grew. After a few years, he was mainstreamed for Judaic Studies classes and made the Honor Roll. Thanks to his wonderful Rebbeim and teachers, Tzvi no longer defined himself by his learning difficulties. Thank you CAHAL for offering the safe and warm environment that Tzvi needed in order to succeed. We will forever be grateful.
Dvora and Matthew Turk, former CAHAL parents

The care, patience, energy, and support that you gave me is something that I later on realized is such a gift because you never gave up on me when I wanted to give up on myself. I plan on going into Nursing, and eventually become a Nurse Practitioner.

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My son is in fifth grade and this is his first year with CAHAL. He is finally feeling good about himself and I owe that to his devoted Rebbe-teacher team. Now that my son feels good about himself, he is finally successful. We have a tremendous hakaras hatov to the teachers and the entire CAHAL team.
Sara Peltz, parent of a CAHAL student

CAHAL has taken my daughter and helped her blossom and excel academically, socially, and emotionally into a beautiful girl. I am extremely grateful for everything CAHAL has done for her, and I’m proud to be a part of this community organization.
Rivkie Jacobs, parent of a CAHAL student

I am extremely thankful that we have CAHAL as a community organization to support us in dealing with the challenges of educating our child. I am tremendously grateful to Mrs. Nadata who opens her heart, and creates an environment for my daughter that cares about her growth in both yiddishkeit and secular studies.
Yoseph Arguera, parent of a CAHAL student

CAHAL has been an amazing school for my son since he started 3 years ago. The morahs and Rabbeim are amazing; they really get to know your child and what he needs. They want to be teaching! Mrs. Nadata is very aware of everything that my son has and is going through. She has called me and had made time to help in ways that she didn't necessarily have to. I am grateful that my son is in CAHAL.
Sarala Sanders, parent of a CAHAL student

I just want to let you know that our son is in two AP classes in high school and is on the honors principal’s list. I just want to thank you for all the love you put into this child. Please, if you ever see a CAHAL kid giving up, mention him. They should never give up. It can be done.

What would our world be like without CAHAL? Children like our son would be floundering and at risk for so many adverse outcomes. We are so grateful for all your contributions for our son and the other children who would otherwise fall through the cracks. Thank you, thank you, thank you for sharing the journey with us.

The teachers and rebbeim worked so hard to help him succeed and were kind and caring. They were concerned with his well being and were also attuned to how he was doing socially to try to help him do his best and succeed.

It’s hard to put into words the impact that you have had on our son.  Trying to describe the difference you have made and that we have seen in him in the past three months is unbelievable. From Day 1 you stood by his side and built him up without hesitation. Your continued efforts have changed a broken, shut down, scared little boy and uncovered this happy, willing, and confident shining star. Thank you for being such an important part of his success. With much hakarat hatov.

I just want to let you know that my daughter got back her first Chumash test [in the mainstream class] and got an 85! It wasn’t modified at all… This is thanks to all your effort and hard work teaching her the skills!

This Shabbat, our son brought us to tears. Tears of joy… Tears of nachat! For the first time since we could remember, he was able not only to know the answers to the parsha questions, but to answer them before I could complete the question AND to know the DETAILS!

With the overworked and dedicated staff of CAHAL, things that seem impossible become possible on a moment to moment basis. Friendships are formed, chavrusas are forged, and a new life full of “I can do this,” “I know this” is the new chant heard from the boys. And it all starts with one tiny spark… may it live on to be a lifesaver for all of the Jewish children who certainly have that tiny spark within them and just need to be thrown a lifeline that they are able to hold onto.

Our son attended CAHAL in the 2nd and 3rd grade. Baruch Hashem, today he goes to college and attends a yeshiva of higher learning. He is an “A” student with great organizational skills and study habits and he will often sit and study or learn for hours on end.  We believe CAHAL contributed greatly to his success as a student, a Masmid in Torah, and consequently as a ‘mentsch.’  Thank you, CAHAL.

I must thank you for all your efforts on behalf of my daughter. My daughter had no yeshiva to go to and without CAHAL would have had to leave the yeshiva world and go to public school. CAHAL not only educated her, but also inspired her to grow in her Judaism and self-esteem and become the lady she is today.  She still stays in contact with her teachers from back then and will always be indebted to you and your outstanding institution. Thank you!

Our son will iyh be graduating in June from law school and will be joining a prestigious law firm. His oppositional behavior, which is now gone (he’s mellow and has great judgment), would have come in handy- he’s going into litigation! Many, many thanks for your help along the way!

We remain tremendously thankful for and appreciative of the important work that CAHAL continues to do.  The team operates tirelessly and selflessly with unbelievable passion and a commitment to excellence to benefit the greater Jewish community, and especially the CAHAL students in its care.  May you and the entire CAHAL team be zocheh to continue with mazel and bracha in these incredibly sensitive roles and meaningful responsibilities, with strength until 120!

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