A PSA from TLS

Many parents pay their Morahs and babysitters on the first of the month.

However, this year, October 1st falls on Sukkos, and many playgroups and babysitters will not resume until approximately October 10th.

These Morahs and babysitters heavy rely on this income in order to make Yom Tov, and it would mean a lot to them if they were paid this week.

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  1. I am not sure what the suggestion here is, but it would seem to me the the editor of this website doesn’t quite know what the S in PSA stands for.

  2. Also I would like to add a nice advice that does not cost any money:
    Even though this is a job, you should have an additional thought in your mind that you are the messenger and you are happy to participate to help Hashem’s children to get ready for Yom Tov.

  3. Shlomo-You pay a yearly amount of tuition and it is divided into 10 months. The tuition is due on the first. If you didn’t want to pay for the months that Yom Tov falls out in you could pay more the other months and divide your yearly tuition amount into 8 months. I’m sure the morohs would be ok with that. Your teacher is entitled to her salary on time. Everyone is making Yom Tov. I’m sure your still getting your salary from your boss, and no I’m not a playgroup Morah just a regular hard working person that understands that people work hard and need their salaries paid on time.

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