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PreK-5th Grade Programs

Sunday Program (PreK-5)
Hagigah Theatre Education Program (2nd-5th Grades)
Camp Beth Am (5th-8th Grades)

Sunday Program (PreK-5th Grade): Students learn about Judaism in a fun environment, studying topics which include Jewish values, life cycle events, Jewish holidays, Jewish symbols, Bible stories and Israel. Our student community gathers together for T’filah (worship) and singing each week with parents welcome and encouraged. Specialists enrich classroom learning with music, dance, Hebrew through movement, library visits, garden projects and art. Throughout the year, there are grade-level family participation days. All students collect tzedakah in their classes. Contact: Alex Lyon, Education Program Manager

Hagigah Theater Education Program (2nd-5th Grades): Hagigah, for 2nd–5th graders, is a theater program that meets weekly during the school year. Through the production of an original fall play and spring musical, participants explore a major Jewish learning theme. Past themes have included tzedek (justice), Jewish values and Jewish holidays. Hagigah teachers create an inclusive, supportive environment where every child gets to express his or her creativity, and everyone gets a part in the shows. Come learn Judaism through theater! This popular program is a full-fledged Judaica program, just like Sunday Program and Camp Beth Am. Note: This program is capped at 30 students. and requires extra rehearsal hours, parent involvement and a supplemental tuition charge of $150 (included in the total listed in the 2019-2020 Youth Ed Tuition). Contact: Alex Lyon, Education Program Manager

Camp Beth Am (5th-8th Grades): Camp Beth Am is a year-round, camp-style youth education program that blends the best aspects of Jewish summer camp and congregational family education for a one-of-a-kind educational experience. Participants enjoy experiential Jewish learning, arts and crafts, sports, science and more. Beth Am campers will also join together for periodic camp programming throughout the school year to continue developing community and deepening their Jewish education. Dates for Summer Day Camp 2020: August 3-7, 2020. Contact: Sarah Lauing, Director of Learning and Educational Innovation

Mon, February 24 2020 29 Sh'vat 5780