Sinai Schools receives reaccreditation support
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Sinai Schools receives reaccreditation support

The members of the Middle States team that evaluated Sinai Schools are, from left, Rabbi Avi Levitt, principal of Magen David Yeshivah Celia Esses High School in Brooklyn; Jessica Sandle, assistant principal of Kendall Demonstration Elementary School/Model Secondary School for the Deaf in Washington; Rachel Goldman, executive director of the Westchester Day School in Mamaroneck, N.Y.; Eileen Schweitzer, special education teacher of the Eastern Suffolk Board of Cooperative Educational Services on Long Island; and George Vosburgh, MSA ambassador and team chair. (Photo courtesy Sinai)
The members of the Middle States team that evaluated Sinai Schools are, from left, Rabbi Avi Levitt, principal of Magen David Yeshivah Celia Esses High School in Brooklyn; Jessica Sandle, assistant principal of Kendall Demonstration Elementary School/Model Secondary School for the Deaf in Washington; Rachel Goldman, executive director of the Westchester Day School in Mamaroneck, N.Y.; Eileen Schweitzer, special education teacher of the Eastern Suffolk Board of Cooperative Educational Services on Long Island; and George Vosburgh, MSA ambassador and team chair. (Photo courtesy Sinai)

On November 2, the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools formally recommended Sinai Schools for reaccreditation. Sinai is the only Jewish special education school to be accredited by Middle States, and it has held this distinction since 2004. The Middle States visiting team performed an in-depth evaluation of Sinai, spending a week at its facilities and reviewing all aspects of its educational standards and practices.

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