K-12 Education

We have educational programs for all age groups.

For our youngest school age children, we offer our K'tanim - 2nd grade class.

For 3rd - 7th graders, we offer classes that include reading Hebrew, understanding prayers, opportunities to lead services, holiday celebrations, music, arts & crafts. Our 7th graders are taught by Rabbi Levy.

 5th graders learn about life cycle events with a mock wedding

There is also a Junior Choir for children from the Hebrew School. The children learns different arrangements of songs and have opportunities to perform for our congregation and the Monroe Twp community throughout the year.

For Post-Bnei Mitzvah teens, we offer Gesher L'Kesher - a Bridge to a Connection

Adult Education

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IMPORTANT DATES for 2017-2018

Meet & Greet 9/13

First Day of School 10/18

Gesher/Hebrew High Kick Off Event 11/7

Congregational Hanukkah Party 12/17

Havdalah Game Nights 12/2, 1/6, & 2/3

Tu B’Shevat Seder 1/31

Passover Model Seder 3/28

Holocaust Memorial Program led by 5th thru 7th grades 4/20

5th Grade Wedding 5/9

Gesher Leads Shavuot 5/19

Last Day of School 6/6

End of Year Program 6/8

Class Led Services:

10/27: 7th Grade

12/8: 6th Grade

1/12: 5th Grade

2/9: 4th Grade

3/16: K, 1st , 2nd & 3rd Grade

4/20: 5th,6th & 7th Grades “Voice for the Voiceless”

5/19: Gesher Leads Shavuot

6/8: 7th Grade Commencement & Awards

Gesher L'Kesher "A Bridge to a Connection"

Our program for post Bnei Mitzvah to 12th grade - Learn by Doing

Meets Tuesdays from 5:30pm to 7pm (optional dinner at 5pm)

The program is designed to allow our students to connect and reconnect with their Judaism through maturing eyes. Perhaps most of all, the program promotes social interaction with their peers. In accomplishing this, the program deals with issues of continuing maturity and leadership skills. It is not a traditional school lecture model, students learn by doing under the guiding eye of Rabbi Levy. Highlights include a fall kick off event, hockey night, performing throughout our community, discussion of teen issues with a Jewish focus, field trips, and much more!