We enthusiastically support our families in their pursuit of bringing Jewish values into their homes and into their lives through a variety of formal and informal educational opportunities. We have a loving and dedicated staff committed to providing every student with an exceptional educational experience. As a part of our program, we also create opportunities for students and parents to connect with each other and to form bonds of friendship within our temple community.
Students study Torah, prayer, ethics, values, holidays, and Israel. Students also study Jewish culture through music, dance, games and cooking. Sleepovers, retreats, holiday celebrations, and social gatherings round out our educational experiences.
Our formal education opportunities include Religious School for Transitional Kindergarten – 8th grade students and Sababa for our High Schoolers. Learn more about Sababa here https://templeisraelstockton.com/young-adult/
Hebrew School and Bar/Bat Mitzvah preparation is offered to students in 3rd – 7th grades.
Please contact our educator, Karma Fordis Lindner, at firstname.lastname@example.org or http://www.facebook.com/educatorkarma for more information about our programs. Here are a few basic details to get you started….
- Students must be entering Kindergarten in the next academic year to enroll in Religious School. For example, if your child will start Kindergarten in 2020, s/he is welcome to join us in 2019.
- Religious School for TK – 8th graders meets on Sundays from 9a-Noon.
- Hebrew School for 3rd-7th graders meets on Wednesdays from 4p-6p.
- Students in 3rd-12th grade make up our Youth Choir. The Youth Choir participates in Family Shabbat services, Bar/Bat Mitzvah Services, and in High Holyday Services.
- For information about our programs for High School students, please see our Young Adults page
- Continue or begin your Jewish education by joining our community of Adult Learners.