Beit Noar Program for Grades K-5
Our Beit Noar (House of Youth) curriculum is designed to make Judaism accessible, exciting, meaningful, and fun.
The core components of our Beit Noar curriculum include Jewish text (Bible stories), Jewish values, G’milut Chasidim (Acts of Loving Kindness), sacred time (lifecycle and holidays, rituals, and mitzvot), the land of Israel, God, and Hebrew as the language of our people and our prayers. Students begin Hebrew School in the third grade.
Our Sunday morning program is described below. See links at the bottom of this page for other aspects of this program, including the Hebrew program, youth engagement activities, and opportunities for music and t'filah (prayer).
Sunday Morning Program
Our Sunday School curriculum is spiraled, meaning students will see the same topics throughout their school career, with each encounter increasing in complexity and reinforcing previous learning. See how the topics spiral below:
To learn more about what your child is learning this year, select their grade level below:
• 1st session is from 9:00-11:30 a.m.
• 2nd session is 11:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
• 1st session is a time spent in grade-specific classrooms with teachers and madrichim (teenage teacher assistants) and a weekly music lesson.
See the Religious School Schedule and also the comprehensive
Youth Programming Calendar for 5779(2018-2019 school year).
Also for students in K-5th grade: