The Roz Goodell Religious School guides our students to discover, explore, and develop their knowledge and skills to live Jewishly in the world around them. Blending the formal and the informal, we facilitate meaningful programs that connect our students to one another, to their families, and to the greater Jewish community.
Our program focuses on Jewish history, Torah, life cycle, holidays, Jewish values, and Israel. Our students read Hebrew, understand tefillah (prayer), and are comfortable participating in synagogue services.
Our academic program reinforced at home will provide your child with a well-rounded, top-notch education.
Following religious school on Sundays, we will offer enrichment classes. For one hour, students can enrich their Judaic and Hebrew education through classes in art, cooking, or Modern Hebrew. Our stellar teaching staff will teach these classes, and Cantor Dannah Rubinstein will teach the 3rd-6th grade Jr. Choir (additional fees apply, offerings are contingent upon enrollment, limited space available).
The teachers in our religious school were selected from the very best educators available in our area. Our teachers are caring and dedicated, and totally committed to working in partnership with you.
Our religious school oriented Shabbatot (plural for Shabbat) services are celebrations of sacred space and time, in which parents and students join together in community, celebration, song and prayer.
To view the 2018 – 2019 Religious School calendar, please click here.
Check back soon to view the 2018-2019 Religious School Handbook and Drop Off Instructions.
For Religious School questions or inquiries, please contact Rabbi Nate Crane, Associate Rabbi and Education Director, at the synagogue office, 480-342-8858, or by email at email@example.com.
For assistance with Religious School registration, please contact Stephanie Monier, Religious School Admin, at the synagogue office, 480-342-8858, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.