TBE Religious School Hands On, Minds On, Hearts On Learning

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Notes From Norma

Hands on, Hearts on, Minds on Learning

Religious School classes 9:30-12:00 (3rd/4th stays until 12:30.)

Midweek Hebrew 5th-7th Wednesdays 4:30-6:00

Fall Break is Sunday, October 6th through Sunday, October 13th.  No RS or Midweek

Fall Holidays need special attention this month!   

Fall Break can work in your favor! 

But Wait! There’s more for your family calendar:

Confirmation Class will attend the services at the Old and New Cemeteries Sunday, October 6th. 

Yom Kippur is Tuesday and Wednesday, October 8th and 9th.

Tot Shabbat w/ Rabbi Erin is Saturday October 12th. 

Join us for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer October 13th. 

Attention All Families: Join our Midweek students for Pizza in the Hut (Sukkah) on Wednesday, October 16th 4:30-6:00.  

They’re back! Tennessee Schmaltz joins TBE for Shabbat/Simchat Torah on Friday, October 25th  at 7:00PM. 

Daylight Savings Ends November 3rd.

Sixth & Seventh grades will conduct Shabbat service Friday, November 8th at 7:00.

Time Capsule opening November 10th!

Global Day of Jewish Learning @ TBE Novemver 17th.

Thanksgiving Break is Wednesday, November 27th through Sunday, December 1st.

Attention Teams Gimmel, Hay, Nun, and Shin!  Maccabiah is Sunday, December 8th.

Norma’s HaKol Article

Meet our 2018-19 ISJL Fellow
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Religious School Parent Resources

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2018-2019 School Calendar

Curriculum Resources

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B’Yachad 

Our Community Program for children ages 4  and younger

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Religious School Mission Statement

The mission of our Temple Beth El Religious School is to encourage students to develop:

a personal connection to God,
 
a sense of the beauty of Judaism,
knowledge of the expanse of Jewish thought

This Jewish education will help students understand Reform Judaism
and its traditions and values so that our youth will find personal relevance
and be empowered to make informed choices
as members of the Jewish Community and the greater community.