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Shul School

Please click here to register for the KHN Shul School.

The Shul School at KHN offers Jewish learning for children as young as Gan (Kindergarten) until students reach Yud (our 10th grade Confirmation class). Our goals are to foster a love of Judaism, encourage an enthusiasm for Jewish learning, and instill a strong sense of Jewish community and individual Jewish identity.

We take pride in helping children feel at home in the synagogue and become an integral part of our Shul community. In years when COVID-19 presented no obstacle, we have offered additional off-site trips and volunteer opportunities for students and their families. After a year of learning all online during 5781 (2020-2021), we are excited to return to in-person learning during 5782. We'll , we have made our virtual learning spaces places for play, prayer, reflection, and joy.

Shul School enrollment happens on a rolling basis until all classes are filled. If you are interested in enrolling your child(ren), please contact our  Education Director, Rabbi Jonah Rank at KHNSchool@gmail.com.


About Our Curriculum:

The KHN Shul School is proud to provide a warm and high-quality Reconstructionist Jewish education. We meet 30 Sunday mornings a year; a regularly updated calendar of our school year's activities can be found at this link.

On top of learning to read Hebrew, learning the music of Jewish prayer, and cultivating pride and meaning in Jewish identity, KHN's Shul School offers:

NEW THIS SHUL SCHOOL YEAR!

  • A Gan/Alef/Bet (K/1st grade) curriculum teaching elementary Hebrew vocabulary and core Jewish holidays, rituals, and symbols through mindfulness, movement, and music;
  • A Gimel/Dalet/Heh (3rd/4th/5th grade) focus on Israel today and Jewish life-cycle events supplemented by Hebrew decoding skill-building and familiarization with themes in Jewish prayer;
  • A Yod (10th grade) confirmation cohort guided by the independent curiosity of its learners.

Please click HERE for a Shul School Registration Form.

 

Fri, September 24 2021 18 Tishrei 5782