Youth Education Programs Are Starting | Congregation Beth Am

Youth Education Programs Are Starting

5779 | 2018-19 School Year

It’s time to welcome your children back to campus! We are excited to see everyone and are looking forward to a wonderful year of learning, growth, friendship and fun. PLEASE NOTE: For the first day of Sunday Program (Sunday, September 23), non-registered students will NOT be placed in classrooms. Walk-in registrations may be accepted, but please understand that students will not attend class until the following week. Program dates are subject to change. A full program calendar is available online.

Below are specific program start dates (in alphabetical order) as well as a session schedule:

Beit Midrash, B'nei Mitzvah Students
Sunday, September 23

Camp Beth Am Sessions, 5th - 8th Grades
Sunday, September 30

Civil Rights Journey, 11th-12th Grades
Sunday, October 7

Confirmation, 10th Grade
Tuesday, September 4

Hagigah, 2nd-5th Grades
Wednesday, September 5

Hebrew Program, 3rd-7th Grades
- Sunday, September 23
- Wednesday, September 26
[Individual and group tutoring: first tutoring session should be on or before Thursday, September 27.]

Lunch and Learn, 6th-9th Grades
Sunday, September 23

Sunday Program, PreK-5th Grades
Sunday, September 23


  1. Sunday, 1st Session-- 9:00 - 11:30 AM
  2. Sunday, 2nd Session -- 11:45 AM - 1:15 PM
    • Hebrew Program (starts at 11:10 AM with Sunday Program T'filah), 3rd - 5th grades
    • Camp Beth Am (11:45 AM - 3:00 PM, select Sundays in addition to Camp Beth Am summer camp, which occurred in June.), 5th - 8th grades
    • Lunch and Learn (select Sundays), 6th - 9th grade
    • Civil Rights Journey (select Sundays plus trip), 11th & 12th grade
  3. Tuesday -- 6:00 - 8:00 PM
  4. Wednesday -- 4:00 - 6:00 PM
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