At Temple Kol Emeth Religious School we see Judaism as a gift passed down from our ancestors. It is a set of principles and ideas, and a collection of wisdom thousands of years in the making that can help us to live, do, and be better. In short, it is a set of tools that helps us to flourish as individuals and as a community. Our staff and faculty strive to create a supportive, engaging environment in which to allow our students and families to explore Jewish culture and its teachings.
On a given school day you may find 6th graders writing original poetry to reflect the themes of the Yotzer prayer, second graders listening for the sizzling sound of the havdalah candle being extinguished, 10th graders exploring how Jewish teachings can inform what they choose to post on social media, or 5th graders designing a communal living structure and agreement for a kibbutz.
Parents join their first graders to learn what it means to be a Jewish superhero, write blessings to their 5th graders to be read as they are presented with their own siddurim (prayerbooks), join their 7thgraders for robust discussions about struggling with God, and so much more!
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We charge ourselves with the goal of establishing and strengthening Jewish identity in our children and families so they see themselves in the ongoing story of the Jewish people.
Our Goals and Objectives
The Religious and Hebrew School curriculum is designed with the following goals in mind:
Students will gain an understanding of Jewish customs and traditions
Students will gain respect and appreciation for Eretz Yisrael – The Land of Israel.
Students will learn the responsibilities and values of being a part of Klal Israel – The Jewish Community
Students will develop a strong knowledge base of Tanach (Torah, Prophets and Writings.)
Students will understand the role important events and people have played in Jewish history.
Students will develop an understanding and appreciation for the Hebrew Language.
Students will develop a fluency in reading the Siddur – prayerbook.
Students will develop an understanding of the structure of Shabbat services. Students will explore a personal relationship with God.
For more information contact Religious School principal: Rebecca Tullman at 770-973-9205 or email@example.com.
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