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Children in early elementary school learn the foundations of Jewish holidays, stories, and values. They are building blocks for a lifetime being a good person with a strong Jewish identity. Learning takes place in grade-level classes with a single teacher

The focus of Kindergarten is basic Jewish literacy centered around values and the Jewish holidays.
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First Grade
The focus of First Grade continues the basic Jewish literacies of Kindergarten, by learning about the people, places, symbols and stories that set the foundation of children’s understanding of Jewish community. 
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Second Grade
The focus of Second Grade is being a mensch, a good person, using a Social, Emotional,and Spiritual Learning approach. 
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Transitional Kindergarten (TK)
This class is dependent on sufficient registration (5 students minimum). The focus of TK is being a mensch (a kind and good person), and the rituals and stories of Jewish holidays, with a particular emphasis on the Jewish values that build social skills and empathy. 

Chag Box Program

Families  with children in Kindergarten and First grades get to experience the Chag Box Program.

Families receive 6 Chag Boxes a year. “Chag” is Hebrew for “holiday” (the ‘ch’ is pronounced like ‘Chanukah’ or ‘challah’), and the box will contain hands-on activities focused on a Jewish holiday. Contents will include hands-on activities to do as a family, background about the holiday for parents and older siblings, and questions to guide a family conversation. A big thank you to our generous underwriter for making this program possible!

Chag Box topics for 22-23 school year: 
  • Sukkot
  • Havdalah (saying goodbye to Shabbat)
  • Chanukah
  • Tu B’Shevat (Jewish Earth Day)
  • Purim
  • Israeli Holidays
Sat, February 4 2023 13 Sh'vat 5783