Midrasha: K-7

Temple Beth Shalom Midrasha dedicates itself to embracing change and creating innovative and effective teaching methods to provide a quality Jewish education for all students. We strive to inform and excite our students about Judaism and Jewish life, doing so in ways that, in shared responsibility with our families, will create lasting ties to the Jewish community, its faith, traditions, and ethics.

These are some of the important dates for the start of the school year.

                  First day of Hebrew school – Wednesday, September 6

                  First day of Sunday school – Sunday, September 10

                  Parent orientation and b’nai mitzvah orientation – Sunday, September 10

Registration for the 2017–2018 School Year

We have spent the summer preparing for the 2017–2018 school year, and we are excited welcome you back to school in September.

If your child plans to be part of Midrasha in 2017–2018, we ask that you register them as soon as possible to help us prepare for the upcoming school year.

Registration Information for 2017–2018 Midrasha

Our Teachers

 

Sunday School Teachers

Class Teacher
Gan-Rachel Samantha Karp
Keshet (K–1) Zina Zimmerman
Grade 2–3 Sharron McGee
Grade 4–5 Liz Zenker
Grade 6–7 Mary May
Art Mary Kay Grossman

Hebrew School Teachers

Class Teacher
Kamatz Katan
(Grade 2)
Suzanne Rubens
Kita Alef
(Grade 3)
Rebecca Alberts
Kita Bet
(Grade 4)
Karrie Brown
Kita Gimmel
(Grade 5)
Dana Levitt
Kita Dalet
(Grade 6)
Iris Berenstein
Kita Hey
(Grade 7)
Rabbi Malino

 

Sunday School

Sunday school focuses broadly on Jewish values and study, with the goal of teaching students a strong love for Judaism and a sense of pride in being Jewish. Throughout kindergarten to grade 7, students move through a variety of topics, learning about ethics and values, Jewish history, the land of Israel, and liturgy and holidays.

Download Sunday School Goals

Hebrew School

Hebrew school is a complement to Sunday school and begins with learning the letters and words of the Hebrew language, using them as building blocks in learning to read and chant prayers. Through understanding the prayers of the siddur and their place in worship services, students become knowledgeable about and fluent in the rituals of Jewish life. Hebrew school has a structured curriculum for students in grades 2 through 7, with learning goals for each year.

Download Hebew School Goals

A Framework of Excellence School

Framework for Excellence School

Temple Beth Shalom is proud to be a Framework for Excellence School, a designation awarded by the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. Learn about the Framework of Excellence qualifications that Temple Beth Shalom meets so that we maintain this designation.