• 3rd - 6th grade, parents and students together, connecting with other families and the clergy about 12 times throughout the year.
• Includes a Shabbat and Havdalah worship
Most of our 7th graders are focusing and reflecting on their own experiences as they become Bar Mitzvah and Bat Mitzvah. As a class, they will turn their attentions outward as they give back to the community. Students will learn about a variety of mitzvah projects that speak to their interests and work together with their classmates to make a difference. (There is no additional Bar/Bat Mitzvah fee.)
Madrichim/Teacher Assistant Training
Learning by Teaching
Students become outstanding role models to our younger students, while continuing to build connections to each other and the temple community. This year will prepare them to be Teacher Assistants in high school (paid or volunteer hours), as they learn to put into action Jewish values of courage, respect, kindness and more. Additionally, they will become CPR and First Aid certified, learn to work with students with special needs, and learn basic job skills.
Enduring Jewish Values of Resilience and Self-Care
Every other Tuesday, 7:00 - 8:30 pm
Students build character promote a better world through a Jewish foundation.
After a refresher on Reform Judaism, students will learn about the doctrines and practices of other religions by engaging in other faith traditions.
In 10th grade, an exploration of the student's Jewish heritage and identity will culminate in a Confirmation ceremony and celebration at the end of the year.
Students will study the Holocaust by focusing on ordinary people making difficult decisions and how those lessons can be applied to our modern world.
For information, email Heather Erez, Director of Youth Education and engagement, call the school office at 561-391-8900