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Students in Grades 4-6 participate in Hebrew learning in addition to Noar Sunday. At Temple Sinai, the goal of our Hebrew curriculum is to help students become comfortable with t'filah (prayer), to see Hebrew as a living language, and build communal Jewish lifeskills. Whether you opt for an in-person or online chavurah (small group) during the week, private tutoring, or you choose to join us for lunch and Hebrew Chavurah after Noar Sunday each week -- we've got a learning experience to fit your needs!

In Person or Virtual
Students meet in a chavurah (small group) of 3-6 students who meet weekly for Hebrew instruction in homes, community centers, local schools, or online. Students in the Hebrew Chavurah program will be placed into small groups based on grade, location, and Hebrew levels (if possible). Our Hebrew students benefit from having small group instruction, forming connections with peers, and learning from an awesome Jewish educator!

Sundays, 12:45 pm-1:45 pm
This is a great Hebrew option for families that want the benefits of a chavurah (small group) for Hebrew instruction, but would like the conveneince of extending the Noar day. Students who choose the Sunday Hebrew Chavurah will be arranged in small groups based on age level.

In Person or Virtual
We offer the option of getting a 1-on-1 private tutor (from the approved tutor list) if neither the Sunday Hebrew or Hebrew Chavurah program works for you.  If you are considering this option, we suggest you speak to Rachel Moldovan prior to registering to ensure it will accomplish your goals for your child.


Current Noar Hebrew students, click here for our Noar Hebrew Prayers page.

Sat, March 25 2023 3 Nisan 5783