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Curriculum

Curriculum

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General Curriculum

Hebrew

Our Hebrew reading program begins with letter recognition for our youngest children, followed by the “Aleph Champ” reading program. Aleph Champ adopted the color system used in karate‐‐“white belt to “black belt”‐‐to motivate Hebrew reading in Hebrew Schools.

Every student is encouraged to work at their own pace to acquire fluency and speed in their Hebrew reading. Our goal is that upon graduation, every child will be very comfortable with reading Hebrew especially the common parts of the Siddur.

Jewish Holiday

We use various artistic mediums to learn about each holiday—whether art, craft, song or activity. Before each activity, your child will learn the meaning behind the holiday, its background, and practical application to today's day. We also learn about other topics such as Shabbat, the main stories of the Torah, as well as the love of Israel our Homeland.

Jewish values

Jewish values are infused throughout each lesson. We stress the importance of deriving valuable life lessons from each holiday and Jewish culture. It's not enough to just learn about it - children are encouraged to and will be recognized for applying these values on a day to day basis in their own lives.

Israel

Our students will attain an affection for our heritage and the uniqueness of our homeland Israel.

Jewish History

The students gain an appreciation of our heritage and culture that has been preserved throughout the ages.

Updates
Upcoming events
Nov. 25, 2017
Kiddush lunch to follow services.
Dec. 02, 2017
Kiddush lunch to follow services.
Dec. 09, 2017
Kiddush lunch to follow services.