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BRUCHIM HABAIM (WELCOME)

Congregation Beth Ohr is home to the Herbert Jacobson Jewish Learning Center, a vibrant educational institution promoting an appreciation and awareness of Jewish identity, heritage, customs, values and traditions. 

We are thrilled to introduce our new curriculum with a values-based approach through ShalomLearning.  This curriculum uses Jewish values as the basis for teaching Judaics. Our educational experience for Kindergarten through Grade 5 emphasizes that our children and families are part of a larger multi-faceted world that can be supported and nurtured by Jewish values and experiences.  We believe that creating a strong partnership with parents is a key element that leads to an enriching experience for students and families.

New for 2022: 

  • Elective Based Learning: We are offering electives for our students in grades 3-6. Students will have the opportunity to choose the track that suits their interests. Some of our elective tracks include but are not limited to: yoga and mindfulness, cooking, and STEM.
  • One or two day option: We understand that schedules are tight and strive to meet families where they are, for this reason we are offering families the flexibility to choose to come learn in person on both Sunday and Wednesday or attend in person one day and participate in individual or small group online Hebrew language learning at a time that best suits the student.

 Our program is based on the following tenets:

Judaism:  Love of being Jewish - To develop a strong Jewish identity and sense of pride in being Jewish by providing a positive learning environment.

Mitzvot: Living a Jewish Life - To engage with God, Torah, and mitzvot in meaningful ways.

K’lal Yisrael: Land, People, State of Israel - To develop an appreciation and identification with Israel  through Hebrew language the study of Israel. 

Tikkun Olam: Repairing the World - To understand and engage in the Jewish responsibility towards others and the world through tzedakah (act of justice) and gemilut chasadim (acts of loving-kindness).

T’filla: Prayer - To develop an understanding of the structure and meaning of Jewish prayer and the ability to participate in tefilla at any synagogue.

 Our dedicated teaching staff offers a meaningful education to children in the local community.  Our school is   committed to each student and their families, providing a unique learning experience and a solid foundation of   Jewish identity, knowledge and culture within a nurturing environment.

 We cherish the opportunity to get to know your children and be a part of their Jewish journey.

 Ellen Agulnick, Director of congregational Learning and Programming

 If you are currently not a member of Congregation Beth Ohr please fill out our Membership Form (Click Link).

If you are already a member of our synagogue please fill out the Hebrew School Registration Form 

Education Programming Schedule
Kindergarten -2nd Grade          Sunday 9:15 AM – 11:15 AM
Grades 3-6                             Wednesday 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM / Sunday 9:15 AM – 11:15 AM (Either or Both)
7th Grade                               Wednesday 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM/
Tuesday Hebrew High Location @MJC 7:00-8:40 PM                                         Find out more about Scholarships

Herbert L. Jacobson Jewish Learning Center at a Glance

Age Program Day Time Program Day Time

0-2

  Mazal Tots

  Sunday   11:00 AM   New Parent Group   TBD  

2-5

  Mini-Mensches

  Sunday

  10:00 AM

  Mini-Mensches

  Thursdays

TBD

Kindergarten

  Chaverim (Friends)

  Sunday

 9:15-11:15 AM

     

Grade 1-2

  Lakhor (Explore)

  Sunday

  9:15-11:15 AM

     

Grade 3-6

Taglit (Discover) Electives/Hebrew

  Sunday

  9:15-11:15 AM

  Taglit (Discover) Electives/Hebrew

Wednesday

4:30-6:30 PM

Grade 3-6 Online Hebrew Learning TBD* TBD*      
Grade 7

Community Hebrew High School

Tuesday

7:00-8:35 PM

Naor (Enlighten) social action

Wednesday

4:30-6:30 PM

Grades 8-12 Madrichim Sunday 9:15-11:15 AM Madrichim Wednesday 9:15-11:15 AM

* Online Hebrew programming will take place the the student's convenience. For more information please contact Ellen Agulnick

Sat, December 3 2022 9 Kislev 5783