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Religious School (kindergarten through 6th grade)

Sundays, 9:30 am-12:15 pm

At Religious School, children begin to develop their love of Jewish life while forming connection and lasting friendships.  The will build the foundation of their Jewish identity and deepen their connection to Judaism.  Our engaging, passionate, warm teachers are excited to connect with both students and parents as they bring Judaism to life.  Each grade has a curriculum that is full of interactive learning, using techniques such as small group challenges, movement, arts, and more. 

Hebrew Program Options for Grades 3-6 

In addition to Sunday Religious School, 3rd-6th Graders choose one of three options for Hebrew.  All three options share the same curriculum. We teach Hebrew through prayer and focus on decoding skills, synagogue participation skills, and the meaning of the prayers. With our challenging and engaging curriculum, our goal is for students to be able to lead and participate in prayer with their community, have an understanding of the prayers and be able to connect to them on a personal level. We have three options for our Hebrew Program to meet your family’s needs. We strive to make it accessible and convenient while maintaining our goal of creating a strong learning community. The three options include:

Hebrew Chavurah

Hebrew Chavurah consists of small groups of 3-6 children who meet weekly for Hebrew learning in homes, community centers, other local schools.  Students in the Hebrew Chavurah program will be placed in groups based on grade, location, day and time, and Hebrew levels (if possible).  Students in Hebrew Chavurah will have the benefit of small group instruction along with the opportunity to form close bonds with peers in their neighborhood, and of course with their teacher. 

Hebrew School

Hebrew School meets either Sundays, 12:45-1:45 pm or Tuesdays 4:45-6:15 pm. Our students who attend this program meet at Temple Sinai in grade level classes. There is an opportunity to build community with a larger group, participate in all school programs and activities, and on Tuesdays, have T’fillah (prayer service) with our clergy. This experience provides a feeling of excitement and success as we learn and practice together as a community.

Private Tutoring

Private tutoring is an option if neither Hebrew Chavurah nor Hebrew School work for your family.  Families can choose a tutor who is a great match for them from our list of approved tutors. 

Sat, April 21 2018 6 Iyar 5778