Moshe Poleyeff brings years of experience to his position as the Director of Camp Overtime. Moshe played for TABC’s varsity hockey team for three out of his four years at TABC, where he was a lead defenseman on the 2007-2008 Yeshiva League championship team. Moshe spent many summers on NCSY Kollel where he served as the director of sports for two summers and head madrich for one summer. In 2014-2015, Moshe coached MTA’s varsity hockey team.
Moshe was the Director of Hockey at Camp Mesorah for two summers. Moshe currently serves on the senior administrative staff of NCSY Kollel.
Moshe has taught at MTA, Aish Gesher, and is currently a Rebbe at Mevaseret.
Moshe graduated Yeshiva University in 2015 and received his Semicha from RIETS in 2018. He currently lives in Ramat Beit Shemesh with his wife and three daughters.
Jack Ganchrow will be graduating Yeshiva University in May. He went to TABC for high school and was part of the first graduating class in Yeshivat Noam history. He was a part of both a JV and Varsity hockey championship team during his time at TABC.
In previous summers Jack was an advisor on NCSY Jolt Israel, an overseas leadership training program for Jewish high school teens. Prior to that Jack was a counselor at Camp Morasha for three summers, including being part of the inaugural Learning Track Program.
Jack is currently the Vice President of Macslive and Senior Business Manager for The Commentator. He also is the assistant hockey coach at The Moriah School and part of the TABC Friday Alumni Kollel for the third year in a row.
Rabbi Mordechai Harris received Semicha from Yeshiva University in 2011, and for the past 8 years has been teaching at the Hebrew Academy of Nassau County (HANC) as a 4th, 7th, and 8th grade Rebbe.
In addition to being a Rebbe at HANC, Mordechai has also coached the school's Middle School and Junior Varsity hockey team for the past 7 years. For the past three summers, he has also run a hockey day camp for 3rd-8th graders. Mordechai looks forward to opportunities to share Torah and hockey with his students and players.
Mordechai currently lives in West Hempstead with his wife and three children.