Published: July 21st, 2010
Latest update: November 14th, 2011
The Jewish Federation of Rockland County recently ran a contest to elect a Rockland Jewish hero. Rabbi Muschel without question had my vote hands down.
I can personally attest to Rabbi Muschel’s excellence, loyalty, and dedication in the field of academia throughout his lifetime. His passion and expertise in the educational arena has been stellar. There is no question that Rabbi Muschel has made a positive and lasting impact on children and adults nationwide.
I have entrusted all my children to Rabbi Muschel’s as the principal of ASHAR during their formative years. My entire family graduated from ASHAR elementary school and I feel fortunate with the foundation provided as a springboard to succeed in life in both Judaic and secular studies.
Rabbi Muschel has certainly proven the test of time. Rabbi Muschel is exemplified as a paradigm educator and consultant in curriculum development, whereby teachers and administrators from the surrounding communities refer to Rabbi Muschel for guidance and advice.
I have Rabbi Muschel to thank for imparting his love of Israel and positive Jewish values he so deftly infused as part of the school’s daily lessons, curriculum, and overall approach. Rabbi Muschel, of all people, successfully fulfilled his vision and dream come true for the benefit of all those around him. Now, wouldn’t you call that a hero?
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