Here at Temple Emanuel, we welcome families from all Jewish backgrounds. We are committed to providing engaging, experiential Jewish learning, as well as the opportunity to connect and create friendships with other Jewish children. To better accomplish these goals, we have lengthened the Religious School day to provide more learning and engagement opportunities for our children, with no increase to tuition.
To protect you, your children, and Temple Emanuel, your registration must be completed by the first day of Religious School. Registration will now include emergency contact information and acknowledgement of our Immunization Policy.
Our curriculum, which is designed to provide engaging, experiential based Jewish learning as well as the opportunity to connect and create friendships with other Jewish children, will focus on:
Kindergarten – Grade 8 – Students learn about core areas of Jewish life: Prayer and Synagogue, Celebrations, Tzedakah and Ethics, Israel, and Torah/Bible. These topics will “spiral” through the grades, growing in complexity as the students mature.
Grades 9-11 – Our high school Havayah (“Experience”) class will explore Reform Jewish identity:
How did Reform Jews develop Judaism and make informed decisions?
Balancing Commandment and Choice
Deepening understandings of and connections with the State/Land of Israel
Exploring conceptions of God and godliness
The Havayah program also includes travel experiences throughout the year.
|Holiday Simcha (Pre-K, Age 4)||7 Sundays, 9:00-11:00 AM||$180|
|Kindergarten-Grade 8||Sundays, 8:00-11:30 PM||$475|
|Grades 9-11||Sundays, 12:15-2:30 PM||$375|
If you need to make arrangements for tuition assistance, please contact: Steve Zucker, Asst. VP of Finance.
Please note that making a membership pledge for 2019-20 and being a Temple Emanuel member in good standing are prerequisites for Religious School registration. Religious School registration materials and links have been sent via email and US Mail.
Bobby Stern is our Interim Religious School Curriculum Coordinator. Please contact him if you have questions about our Religious School. You can email or call him at (336) 722-6640 x102.
We would love to hear from you!
In the event that it is necessary to cancel Religious School due to inclement weather, families and teaching faculty will be notified directly by email. The closing will also be announced on WXII 12 News and Weather.
For more information, contact us via Email or by phone at (336) 722-6640, ext. 102