Run by Rabbi Avi Frank and Mrs. Tziri Frank, our programs deliver a fun, educational, and stimulating experience for young adults and children of all ages.
Ages 18 months to elementary school aged.
Directed by Mrs. Tziri Frank, the Gateways Children’s Program promises a joyful and memorable experience for all children. It features exciting and educational activities, games, off-site trips, and in-house entertainment—all timed to coincide with Gateways lectures, so parents can enjoy the adult program, shows, and hotel amenities.
Childcare for children ages 18 months to 5 years old
Day Camp Division
For elementary school age children
Available after hours, for a nominal fee and with arrangements made during registration.
Directed by Rabbi Avi Frank, our Teen Division includes thought-provoking, inspiring and interactive events, shiurim, and workshops.
Fun and Games for All Ages
Our fully-stocked game room includes: pool tables, ping-pong, arcade games, and board games.
- Petting zoo on property
- Football tournaments
- Separate children’s pool with water activities
Rabbi Avi Frank
Rabbi Frank leads a busy life as a Rebbe in Monsey’s Yeshiva Spring Valley in the mornings, Principal of Monsey’s Yeshiva Tiferes Mordechai in the afternoon, and director of the AI Campus in Marshall, IN during the summer. In his rare spare time Rabbi Frank directs Pirchei and hosts Shabbatons for youth groups. Rabbi Frank has found his perfect niche as Director of the Gateways Children’s Program.
Mrs. Bracha Moldaver
Mrs. Moldaver runs every aspect of the Gateways Preschool Program. With her warm and engaging personality, she entertains and educates children in a Yom Tov spirit, while her expertise and people skills endear her to parents as well. Brocha’s positive interactions with counselors, staff and guests alike have helped make the Gateways Day Camp a great success. Mrs. Moldaver and her family live in Monsey, where she works full time in wig and hair design.
Mrs. Tziri Frank
Mrs. Frank is the director of Mishmeres, a high school program for the Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation, and has a distinguished career inspiring and educating children of all ages. She is best known for her role in TIC Talk, the Chizuk hotline for high school girls; “Frankly Speaking,” a well-known humor column; and “Night of the Stars,” starring the Day Hab participants of Chesed 24/7. As the Gateways Babysitting Coordinator, Mrs. Frank ensures all young children are well cared for.