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2021-2022 Schedule, Faculty & Curriculum - Grades 3-7
Grades 3-7 meet two times per week for a total of 3½ hours per week. That gives us about 12 school days to educate your children to be functional Jews in the world. The overall objective of these grades is to provide our students with the knowledge, respect and love of elements of the Siddur, Hebrew language, Bible, History, Jewish rituals and a basic Jewish understanding of G-d. Prayer during weekday sessions and classroom discussions will be occasions to help students develop in their spiritual growth.

Kitah Gimmel - Grade 3
Sundays, 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Teachers: Aliyah Lasky & Debbie Kronick
Wednesdays, 4:15 - 6:00 pm
Teachers: Becky Kahn & Eadie Tsabari

Sundays - Shalom Learning
An interactive, values-based, and pluralistic curriculum to help children develop a positive Jewish identity.

Based on core values that include Teshuva(taking responsibilities for your actions), B’Tzelem Elohim (honoring the image of God in ourselves and others), Shalom (helping to create a calmer and more peaceful world) and more.

This curriculum has both a Hebrew and an online learning component.

Sundays & Wednesdays - Prayer Skills "Shalom Uvrachah"

The New Hebrew Primer teaches decoding skills from key cultural words and concepts. Students learn the letters kuf and tzadee from the word tzedakah; they learn tet from tallit and zayin from mezuzah.

Wednesdays - Bible Studies "Explorer's Bible"
 Explore the Bible as Jews have done for centuries - by pondering, personalizing, and wrestling with the text.


Kitah Daled & Hay - Grades 4-5
Sundays, 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Teachers: Robby Erlich & Laurel Krausman
Wednesdays, 4:15 - 6:00 pm
Teachers: Aliyah Lasky & Eadie Tsabari

Sundays - History “The Hero in Me”
We will explore character development through biographies of cultural, historical, and contemporary Jewish heroes.

Sundays & Wednesdays - Prayer Skills:
The heart of our T’Filah. Study of the prayer service with the Shabbat morning Amidah and selected prayers for Friday night.

Wednesdays - Jewish Life Journey:
From birth to death and everything in between, we will examine how Jews celebrate not only holidays but life cycle events.


Kitah Vav & Zayin - Grades 6-7
Sundays, 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Teachers: Laurel Krausman & Aliyah Lasky

Wednesdays, 4:15 - 6:00 pm
Teachers: Hazzan Krausman & Aliyah Lasky

Sundays - Text Time Today:
Texting has been a Jewish thing for centuries. Let’s look at the Jewish world today through the lens of Jewish text.

Sundays & Wednesdays - Prayer Skills "The New Hebrew Through Prayer III"
The third and final Hineni - The New Hebrew Through Prayer III series presents the Torah service and concluding prayers. Students will learn the key prayers in the Torah service, concluding prayers in the Shabbat morning service, and prayers for sleeping and waking. It covers 99 key prayer words and over 30 roots, prefixes and suffixes, and also helps students refine their basic grammar skills and hone their prayer-reading skill.

Wednesdays - Great Debates:
Argumentation and debate are the lifeblood of Judaism; Judaism's Great Debates aims to reawaken that spirit in the lives of young Jews today.

We will study ten classic debates from Jewish history. Students will analyze the value conflict at the core of each historic debate, and apply Jewish values to similar conflicts in our society.

Sat, December 4 2021 30 Kislev 5782