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Last Updated on 16 January 2015

Hebrew School

Temple Shalom students depict Torah stories.

Temple Shalom students depict Torah stories.

Temple Shalom Religious School offers an exciting, integrated spiraling curriculum that includes studies in Jewish values, Torah, Jewish Holidays & Festivals, Israel, Prayer & God, Hebrew and more.  Our students are active learners who create, explore, and are guided as they discover the relevance of Judaism in their lives.  Our students learn the value of community as they participate in multi-grade family experiences, field trips, retreats and other educational & social activities.

The objectives for Temple Shalom Religious School include:

  • Students research in Temple Shalom's computer lab.

    Students research in Temple Shalom’s computer lab.

    Find joy in living a Jewish life
  • Identify with the greater Temple Shalom Jewish community here, in Israel and throughout the world
  • Develop a stronger integration between home and synagogue
  • Understand Jewish holidays and the calendar
  • Learn biblical stories and interpretative literature about Jewish values and history
  • Learn Hebrew as a living language including conversational terms, blessings and songs
  • Create familiarity with the prayers in the Siddur in order to participate in religious services
  • Learn to put Jewish values into actions and decisions which promote justice, freedom and peace

For more information email Cindy Terebush, Director of Schools or call 732-566-2961.

Calendar

Shabbat Evening Service

Starts: January 30, 2015, 8:15 pm

Temple Closed

Starts: January 31, 2015, 12:00 am

PTO Meeting

Starts: February 1, 2015, 9:30 am

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Torah Tots this Sunday, 2/1, 9:30-11:30am. Come learn about Tu B'Shvat & bake hamentaschen; free preschool program for the entire community.