Our school mission
Our School offers basic Jewish education in Torah, Hebrew language history, and culture for children in kindergarten through seventh grade (Bar Mitzvah).
Our Teachers plan activities, engage students in the learning process, assess the success of their students in reaching the goals, and then reformulate the plan according to the results.
The "student as learner" is at the center of the framework.
Our mission is that every student in our school will be proud in her/his Jewish heritage, identity, tradition and values and have a commitment to the Land and State of Israel.
Our children learn:
- To read, understand and speak Hebrew (Aleph Champion Program)
- The meaning of Jewish customs and traditions and the joy of celebrations.
- Traditional Jewish prayers in Hebrew and English.
- The history of the Jewish people. “Living with the Torah”
- Israel as a state of land
- Looking for my Jewish Roots – Project of Grade 6
- Basic negotiation and debate – Grade 6 workshop
School procedures and regulations
School begins at 9:30 am, and ends at 12:30 pm. Students must attend on time to the class.
Students need to bring with them a pencil case which includes:
pencils, sharpener, glue, crayons and scissors.
Please send your child with a water bottle.
Each of the students will get a folder with homework every week.
The student must bring it back week after and give it to his/her teacher for checking.
End of the day –OUR STUDENTS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO
WAIT OUTSIDE FOR THEIR PARENTS,
The pick-up is only from the class.
We are welcome the parents to communicate with the teachers at any time if there is any questions or concerns. Please make an arrangements with your classroom teacher to find a convenient time to meet, and not at the beginning of the day.
School fees must be paid at the first day of each semester. (There is 2 semester per year) The fees per student is 650$s per semester.
To register your child for Talmud Torah,