Religious School K-12 Curriculum

Temple Beth El of Boca Raton Welcome to the Tribe

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Kindergarten-6th Grade
WELCOME TO THE TRIBE!

The fundamentals of Jewish learning, Jewish values, Jewish holidays and Jewish community. Each student will become part of a Temple Beth El "tribe", where they will belong until they graduate.

KIDS - Traditional Learning Model at The Beck Family Campus (west)

Making Temple Beth El a home away from home
Making Jewish friends; building a sense of community and tradition
An integrated Hebrew program that will include robust T'fillah (prayer), Jewish Life Vocabulary and the Hebrew through Movement program.
Enrichment opportunities available for K-3rd grade
 

BEYACHAD – Family Learning Model at the Schaefer Family Campus (east)

We are thrilled to present our pilot program Beyachad, which means “together” in Hebrew. As a community of parents and children, this year the program will explore the Jewish calendar and provide opportunities to learn together as families, with peers, and as part of the congregation. 
3rd - 6th grade, parents and students together, connecting with other families and the clergy
Includes Shabbat and Havdalah worship
One-on-one Hebrew tutoring for 5th and 6th graders

7th Grade
THE MITZVAH YEAR

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 choose 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.)

8th-12th Grade
#JEWISHADULTING

Applying the lessons of Torah to everyday life. Growing into a good Jewish adult.

Being Jewish in Our World 
Moral Decision Making 
Social Action/Social Justice 
Social/Emotional Self Care 
Jewish Identity/Feeling Jewish on the Inside
Israel, Holocaust and the World
 

Who's Teaching?

These older students will have progressed to a deeper understanding of Judaism and a more mature approach to learning,  and so will be taught primarily by Rabbi Dan Levin, Rabbi Jessica Mates, Rabbi Greg Weisman, and Director of Youth Education and Engagement, Heather Erez. Guest lecturers and our education staff will provide additional opportunities to learn.

Confirmation

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.

Madrichim

Teacher Assistant training in 8th grade, followed by TA'ing in classrooms with younger children, teach our older students the responsibility and joy of passing down our Jewish traditions.

Enrollment

No building fund.
No separate Bar Mitzvah or Bat Mitzvah fee.
$100 off per student if enrolled by May 15, 2019!
$200 late fee per student for returning families enrolled after July 15, 2019.

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For more information, email Heather Erez, Director of Youth Education and engagement, call the  school office at 561-391-8900 or check out our FAQ page for answers about tuition, payment and schedules.