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Gan (K)/ Nitzanim (1):

Our youngest learners (K and 1st grade) meet only on Sundays from 9:30 am- 12:30 pm. Students learn about Jewish holidays, mitzvot, Israel, prayer and ritual, bible stories, and Hebrew through age-appropriate songs, crafts, and activities. 

Mechina (2):

2nd graders begin to attend class two days a week, Sundays and Tuesdays. They build upon the knowledge they acquired in Gan and Nitzanim while beginning to learn the Hebrew letters. 

Aleph (3)- Dalet (6):

All classes between Kitah Aleph and Kitah Dalet have three sections: Kitah Homeroom, Moomchim, and Hebrew. The topics in Kitah Homeroom are Jewish Year Cycle, TaNaK, and Prayer & Ritual. We have incorporated Moomchim, or Specialty Areas, to ensure that all students have the opportunity to work with other faculty members and learn additional topics. Each Moomchim rotation is taught by a dedicated faculty member for 4 hours across 4 Sundays. At the end of the year, students will have moved through all Moomchim topics of Jewish Life Cycle, Israel, Mitzvot, and Jewish Art/History. Kitah Aleph through Kitah Dalet students will also have a weekday class session on Tuesdays; families can opt into either an in-person or an online experience for the duration of the school year.

Hey (7):

Our 7th graders begin to move towards teen programming by moving from class twice a week to once a week and they meet on the same night as our teen program. Their curriculum shifts from learning about Tanakh to Pirkei Avot and focuses on The Holocaust and the Modern State of Israel in addition to building in the learning areas of Mitzvot, Jewish Lifecycle and Prayer and Ritual. 

In the Spring the 7th grade class takes a day trip to DC to visit the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, tour DC, and learn about Jewish life in the nation’s capital. 

Moving Traditions Program:

As they work towards their b’nai mitzvah, 6th and 7th graders participate in the Moving Traditions Program. Student sessions are once a month while family sessions are three times a year. These programs bring the classes together to learn and explore topics relevant to the journey of preparing for their b’nai mitzvah. 


Tue, May 28 2024 20 Iyyar 5784