If you need to register multiple students, instructions can be found here.
For 2018-19 we will have one Sunday session from 9:30-11:30 for grades K-2, and one Sunday session from 9:30-12:30 for grade 7. Grades 8-12 will meet on Sunday only (time TBD). Grades 3-6 will meet on Sundays from 9:30-11:30 and EITHER Tuesday or Wednesday (families can choose) from 4:15-6:15.
If you are uncertain about your child's weekday schedule, please make your best guess now. You can change the date when you have a better idea of what your child's schedule will be, by emailing Ezra or Beth Goldstein (after 7/1).
Jewish Learning for Life
Our Religious School program seeks to provide an education designed to inspire our students to lead lives as identifying Jews, ethical human beings and to enable our students to become constructive citizens of our country and community. Our students learn these core values through:
Small classes with experienced Jewish educators
Hands-on classroom activities and class electives (everything from Jewish cooking and Israeli dance to Jewish ethics)
Field trips and guest speakers
Israel programs like DEFI (Drop Everything for Israel)
Community service and leadership opportunities
We seek to create a learning environment that is warm, challenging and enticing, and to create a love of learning and a strong Jewish connection that will stay with our students throughout their lives.
New Director of Education and Community Engagement
We are thrilled to be welcoming Beth Goldstein as our CBE's Director of Education and Community Engagement beginning July 1, 2018.
Beth has been a Jewish educator for more than ten years. She has taught students from kindergarten through high school, developed a K-7th grade religious school, created and implemented family education programs, collaborated on the development of a religious school curriculum, and been a soloist at several synagogues. Most recently Beth was the Director of Education at Beth El Temple Center in Belmont, MA.
A graduate of Brandeis University, Beth holds a Master of Arts in Jewish Education from Rhea Hirsch School of Education and a Master of Arts in Jewish Communal Service from the School of Jewish Communal Service. Beth believes her role as a Jewish Educator is to help each person find his or her own Jewish path while connecting to others in the community.