The Gail and Jeffrey Bayer Family Religious School has earned a reputation for innovation and excellence. Our well-trained faculty uses content and project-based curriculum which is designed to enrich the spiritual, and intellectual lives of our students and their families from Kindergarten through 6th grades. We teach both Hebrew and Judaica on Sundays between 9:30 am and Noon. Each grade is also responsible to do a mitzvah project in our community to continue the message of bringing kindness to others and making our world a better place. Students also participate in community Tefillah (worship) each Sunday to begin their day. Parents are always welcome.
Our Hebrew School meets on Sundays as part of our Religious School morning and Wednesdays from 3:30 to 5:00 PM. Our two-day a week Hebrew program is for our 4th, 5th & 6th graders. We have a content-based curriculum that includes both understanding the meaning, significance, and genesis of the prayers and blessings along with learning to read and chant them. We look at each learner individually recognizing their skills, so we can accommodate and celebrate every student. As part of our Hebrew program both Sunday morning and Wednesday afternoon, our students participate in Tefillah (prayer worship). This is led by our staff and as the year goes by, it includes student leaders.
Questions? Contact our Director of Education, Lynda Gutcheon, at [email protected] or 205.933.8037.