At Temple Emanu-El’s Religious School,
Jewish education is based on two core principles.
Save These Dates for the
First Days of Religious School!
Sunday, September 14, 2014
(Pre-K through 7th Grade)
Monday, September 15, 2014
(Pre-K through 4th Grade)
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
(5th Grade through 7th Grade)
Note: The first day for Seventh Grade Mitzvah Corps is Wednesday, September 10. (Learn more about Mitzvah Corps »)
Download our 2014-2015 calendar, which includes special events and school closings.
Read the Religious School Mission Statement »
Temple Emanu-El’s Religious School is committed to Jewish learning that is relevant, inspirational and transformative. We provide our students and their families with the tools to participate meaningfully in the Jewish community, with pride in their Jewish heritage and with the awareness that their actions will shape the future of the Jewish people.
It is our conviction that successful Jewish learning environments are built upon a culture of excellence, in which the teachers share their expertise and wisdom while the students take responsibility for their own learning and success. Our staff provides a sense of caring and concern that enables our students to support one another and challenge themselves to grow as individuals. For this reason, we model the thoughtfulness and mutual respect that we seek to promote in our students.
Our program involves parents, students and other members of our school community as stakeholders in its success. This means that you play as much of a role in shaping our school’s vision and culture as they influence you. We look forward to being your partners in this great endeavor.
Copies of the 2014-2015 Religious School registration form can be downloaded in either a PDF format or as a Word document. All applications received in full (registration form and payment) by July 31, 2014, will receive a $50 discount. Questions should be directed to the Religious School. PLEASE NOTE: In order to register a student for Religious School, at least one of the student’s legal guardians must be a member of the congregation.
Learn how to become a Temple member »
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