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Shul School

Please click here to register for the KHN Shul School.

The Shul School at KHN is free for all members.  We offer 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. We returned to in-person learning in 5782 and are looking forward to more in-person learning in the coming year - 5783 (2022-2023). 

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 Shul School Coordinator/Rabbinic Intern Josh Nelson at KHNSchool@gmail.com.


About Our Curriculum:

The KHN Shul School is proud to provide a warm and high-quality Reconstructionist Jewish education. 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:

  • Tot Shabbat and regular Gan (kindergarten) programming. More details will be available soon.
  • An Alef / Bet (1st & 2nd grade) class where children will develop and enhance their elementary Hebrew reading skills, celebrate many Jewish holidays, and learn with friends about rituals, symbols, and values through hands-on, interactive, creative lessons.
  • A Gimel / Dalet / Heh (3rd - 5th grade) class focused on Hebrew decoding skill-building, understanding Jewish life-cycle events, and exploring Jewish history and culture around the world.
  • Vav / Zayin (6th & 7th grade) students will have monthly classes to learn more about traditions, ethics, and values supplemented by independent or small group learning to prepare for B'nai Mitzvah.

Please click HERE for a Shul School Registration Form.

 

Mon, October 3 2022 8 Tishrei 5783