Register now for the 2016-2017 school year. The registration form and details are HERE!!

 Any registration submitted prior to August 15 will be discounted $25/child. 

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Temple Beth El School for Jewish Living engages students and families in Reform Jewish values, learning, and community. We strive to nurture and strengthen Jewish identity, knowledge, and connection. Our educational program is designed to connect to congregational life through family services, holiday programs, and special events.

Temple Beth El School for Jewish Living partners with The Institute for Southern Jewish Life (ISJL), utilizing its curriculum and resources along with over 75 Jewish communities. We use a spiral hands-on curriculum based on the following ten core content areas: Community, Culture and Symbols, God, Hebrew and Prayer, Israel, Jewish History, Holidays, Lifecycle Events, Mitzvot and Jewish Values, and Tanach (Torah, Prophets, and Writings). Students additionally engage in Jewish cultural experiences including cooking, art, literature, music, and dance.

Sunday sessions for children in pre-school through 10th grade join together for breakfast at 9am followed by interactive worship with Rabbi Fleekop, classroom learning and community building, as well as opportunities to engage in Tikkun Olam, our sacred commitment to make the world a better place. Each session concludes at 12:15pm with a joyful communal experience.

Students in grades 3-7 additionally engage in mid-week Hebrew study.

It takes a community to raise a Jewish child. Volunteers and support are needed to make the school a success. If you have any questions or are interested in serving as a teacher, substitute, member of the education committee or kitchen, music, or library volunteer, please contact Andrea Fleekop, Director of Education,

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