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Youth Education

Young Family Shabbat - Newborn through 5th grade

Join us for a monthly Traditional Shabbat Dinner for families with children ages newborn up to 6th Grade. Dinner is free and open to the public and is graciously sponsored by the Lippman Kanfer Family Foundation.

Mini Minyan - Newborn to age 5

Join us on the first Saturday of every month for a Shabbat service geared towards our youngest congregants and their families (newborn to age 4). We experience Shabbat through songs, stories, and Kiddush. You won’t sit still; movement and fun are a big part of our service. The service is led by Becca Moskovitz and begins around 10:15 a.m. and is open to all.

Jr. Congregation - School age families

Join us on the first Saturday of every month for a Shabbat service for school age students. Parents are welcome to join Jr. Congregation or attend the main service. Led by Rabbi Elyssa Austerklein & Sarah Greenblatt. Begins at10:15 a.m. and is open to all.

Sunday School  - PreK - Grade 1

Join us two Sundays a month from 9:00a.m. -11:30 a.m. This class is for children in PreK along side a caregiver. The class will focus on Jewish Holidays and establishing a strong Jewish identity for your child. Taught by Andrea Rabinovitz & Erin Katz

Chaverim Group - Grades 1 & 2

Students in first and second grades meet on Tuesdays from 4:15 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. and one Saturday a month. Tuesdays will focus on Hebrew, prayers, and holidays. Saturdays will focus on the joys of Shabbat. 

                   

Hebrew School - Grades 3 to 8

Students in Grades 3-8 meet on Tuesday afternoons 4:15 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. and one Saturday a month. Grades 3&4 focus on Hebrew, prayers, holidays, and lifecycle events. Grades 5-8 focus on Hebrew, Jewish Values, lifecycle, and B’nai Mitzvah. Taught by Ellen Moss, Leora Cohen, Erin Katz Ford. 

    

Experiential Learning - Middle School

Experiential Learning an approach to Jewish education that has the ability both to strengthen one’s Jewish identity and create strong, positive emotional bonds with Jewish life. At Beth El we know that this approach can take place anywhere, both inside and outside the classroom and this year we are offering a few different options for families and students. 

  • Middle school and high school students are also eligible for the Kadima Kinnus and USY. Kadima is is part of USY(United Synagogue Youth), the CRUSY region.
Thu, September 20 2018 11 Tishrei 5779