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Religious School Calendar
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Religious School Information - 2014-2015
Important Information for start of K-12 Religious School.
Grade K-12 Religious School Registration - 2014-2015
Temple Sinai Religious School Registration for Grades K - 12.
Religious School Parent Handbook
The Parent Handbook contains information on all aspects of Temple Sinai's Religious School including the full School Calendar.
PJ Library
Learn about a fantastic FREE Jewish books and music library subscription for families with young children.
About Our School
Our curriculum, teaching methodologies, learning environment, special programs and logistics resonate from our central philosophy and goals, as expressed in the Religious School Mission Statement.
K-7 Curriculum at a Glance
We offer a curriculum rich in Torah, God, Jewish History, Jewish Values, Hebrew Prayer and Jewish Arts. The curricular subjects are spiraled throughout our K-7 curriculum.
B'nei Mitzvah Program
The B'nei Mitzvah Program is enriched by the Grade 6 B'Mitzvotav Program; by attendance at worship services; and by a caring six-month process of preparation for the Bar/Bat Mitzvah, which is laden with Jewish values.
Temple Sinai High School
Our grades 8-12 teen program is the "gem" in our system, providing formal learning and community service projects in an informal discussion based environment, with great relevance to the lives of our teens.
Tzedakah Program
We integrate the act of giving tzedakah (money collected every class session to create justice in the world) with a social action that supports organizations promoting the Jewish values students learn to embrace in their K-12 religious school experience.repair of the world.
Programs, Policies & Procedures
The ABCs of attendance, arrival and dismissal, books, homework, safety & security, etc...
URJ Youth News
We encourage our teens to participate with the broader Jewish community, through special youth programs planned by the Union for Reform Judaism.