Religious School

We are enrolling now for our 2018-19 school year, click here to enroll your child(ren)

Meet our Religious School Director: Kim Kent, Ed.D.

Kim has been a long time member of Beit Haverim, and both her children had their b’nai mitzvah here. Kim has also been an elementary school teacher for the past 17 years, and recently completed her doctorate in education. Her role at Beit Haverim will include curriculum development, teacher support, and special events planning. She is looking forward to working with the religious school to create richer and deeper learning for our students.

Religious School Schedule 2018-19

Religious School meets on Sundays from

2:30 – 4:30 PM

Hebrew Classes for our students in 4th – 7th grades meet on Sundays from

4:30 – 5:30 PM

See calendar for full list of school dates and events

  • Bubbeleh Class Pre-K-Kindergarten

    Belonging to Community and Developing Positive Jewish Identity: Age appropriate exposure to Jewish holidays, stories, music, song, and crafts, with time for unstructured play.

    Grades 1-2

    Building a Relationship with Jewish Faith and Culture: Students experience and connect with Torah, mitzvot, holidays, customs, rituals, and Jewish values.

    Grades 3-4

    Exploring connections with faith, history, and Jewish prayer and practice: Students deepen their connection to Torah and connect to community through mitzvot and tzedakah projects.

    Grades 5-7

    Inquiry, critical thinking, and creative expression: Students examine Jewish history, ethics, and values.

    Confirmation Class

    This Jewish enrichment class for post-B’nai Mitzvah students is led by Rabbi Berg.

    Hebrew is taught in every class; however, there is a dedicated Hebrew class for Grades 4-7 from 4:30-5:30pm, which includes B’nai Mitzvah preparation.

    Weekly T’fillah Service is  apart of our Education Program. This brief worship services lets students participate in synagogue prayers and find personal meaning in them. 

    Adult Studies: While students are in class, parents often meet in the Fireside Room for bagel chat, learning opportunities, and social time.