YESHIVA RULES
In order for us to provide our talmidim a chassidishe atmosphere and that every talmid should be able to succeed, each talmid needs to understand that his behavior and learning affects the rest of the yeshiva. Every talmid has to accept this responsibility and commit to follow all of the yeshiva rules - in letter and spirit.
Every bochur that comes with the intention that he will daven, learn, act and grow in a way that is appropriate for a tomim and chossid will definitely succeed in accomplishing these goals and will look back at his year(s) in Mesivta of Postville as the best of his yeshiva years!
Specific rules that all parents and talmidim must know before completing the registration process:
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1. Every talmid must follow instructions from all members of the hanholoh. (Of course, a talmid who can not comply with this rule, can not remain in the yeshiva.) *
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2. The yeshiva takes responsibility for every talmid that it accepts. As such, no talmid is allowed to leave the yeshiva premises to go anywhere, in or out of town (including to homes of anash,) without permission from the hanholoh. *
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3. Every talmid must adhere to the seder of the yeshiva including bedtime, waking time and davening times. *
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4. The yeshiva expects an eidel style of clothing, as is appropriate for bochurim who are focused on avoidas hashem. *
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5. Talmidim should not possess newspapers, secular books, cigarettes, non-chassidic music, or any other inappropriate or negative items. Talmidim should not possess “smart devices” that are capable of internet access such as iPod Touch, etc.. *
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6. There is a public phone available to the talmidim. Talmidim will certainly have a more productive year without having a cell phone with them. The bochurim should not bring cell phones with them. The hanholoh will not return phones on Friday. *
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7. It is forbidden for a talmid to have a driver's license (or lerner's permit,) or to make one throughout his time at the yeshiva. If a talmid received his before coming to the yeshiva, he has to hand it to the menahel when he comes, and it will be returned to him when he leaves. *
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8. Every talmid is expected to treat all of yeshiva property as he would his own house. An additional $100 will be collected with the tuition fee as a security deposit. In the event that yeshiva property will be damaged (c”v) intentionally or unintentionally, money will be deducted from the deposit par the damage. *
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Any talmid who neglects to follow any of the rules, in letter or spirit, opens himself up to consequences as the hanholoh will see fit. The hanholoh will take any necessary steps to protect the other talmidim and the good reputation of the yeshiva.
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