We encourage you to register for programs during the 2018-2019 school year as soon as possible. Begin the registration process using the button below, or see the rest of this page for important information about tuition, programs available, and what information we ask you to provide when you register.
These are the important dates for the start of the 2018-2019 school year.
First day of Hebrew school – Wednesday, September 26
First day of Midrasha High – Thursday, October 11
First day of Sunday school – Sunday, September 16
Parent orientation and b’nai mitzvah orientation – Sunday, September 16
Temple Beth Shalom members should click the button below to begin online registration for Midrasha, Midrasha High, and youth programs.
If you are a non-member who wishes to register for any of these programs, please contact our Admin Assitant at email@example.com or by calling 509-747-3304.
Tuition for 2018-2019
|Program||Cost for Members (TBS or CEE)||
|Sunday school only||$350||$720|
|Hebrew school only||$270||$540|
|Sunday school and Hebrew school||$570||$1260|
|Midrasha High (Grades 8–12)||$180||$360|
|B’nai Mitzvah Tutorial||$600||$1200|
As you fill out the registration form, you will have the opportunity to select programs and pay tuition online or select other payment options.
Temple Beth Shalom is dedicated to serving all of its families. No family will be turned away because of lack of funds. Every family receiving scholarships will be asked to volunteer at Midrasha for 10 hours during the school year.
During the online registration process, you will have the opportunity to indicate if you are requesting a scholarship, the amount of scholarship needed, your reason, and where you would like to serve your volunteer hours. If you have any questions, please contact the Temple Admin Assistant Ivan Torres, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 509-747-3304.
Scholarships do not apply to Kadima or USY.
USCJ Membership Contribution
|Kadima (Grades 6–8)||$18|
|USY (Grades 9–12)||$30|
If your child is of appropriate age for one of our youth programs, you will have the opportunity to register and pay for their youth program during the Midrasha registration process.
Students in grades 8 through 12 can download the madrichim application at at time or registration through the portal.
When you have completed the application, contact our Admin Assitant Ivan Torres, to schedule a meeting with Iris Berenstein, our Education Director. Bring your completed application with you to the meeting.
Individualized Education Plans
It is our goal to provide quality Hebrew and religious education to all students, regardless of their individual learning needs. If your child would benefit from an individualized education plan, please get in touch with the Education Director as soon as possible, so we can have it in place when the school year starts. Contact our Education Director by emailing email@example.com or calling 509-747-3304.
In the online registration process, you will have the opportunity to describe special learning needs your child has.
The Parents’ Handbook offers detailed information for parents of students participating in Midrasha, Midrasha High, b’nai mitzvah preparation, or the madrichim leadership program on the values, curriculum, and requirements for each of these programs.