|Religious School Information|
We are delighted that you are considering Congregation Sinai’s Religious School for your child’s Judaic education.
Our program offers your family a warm, nurturing environment where your child can thrive and grow:
We strive to give children and families the tools and experiences that will help them to live a Jewish life. We endeavor to impart a love for Judaism and for Eretz Yisrael, engagement with God, and a commitment to mitzvot (good deeds) and tikkun olam (making the world a better place).
Shabbat is central to Judaism. We have children’s services once a month, November through May. Shabbat Lamishpacha (Shabbat for Families) includes Torah for tots for our pre-K children and their parents, Jr. Congregation for Kindergarten through fifth grades, and Participation Shabbat for sixth grade students.
At Congregation Sinai, we form a partnership between parents, students, and the Religious School. We look forward to embarking on this journey together.
Enclosed, please find the Registration Form as well as the Fee Schedule Form. If you have any
Calendar for 5772 (2011-2012) School Year
Forms for 5772 (2011-2012) School YearLetter to Parents
Google Group for Religious School Parents
Hebrew High information can be found here .
Religious School Mission Statement
Congregation Sinai Religious School partners with the Sinai community to create an environment that is conducive to learning and understanding Judaism within the framework of the Conservative Movement.
We endeavor to impart a love for Judaism and for Eretz Yisrael, engagement with God, and a commitment to mitzvot and tikkun olam.
Teacher Profiles can be found here .
Religious School Goals
To develop an
appreciation of Judaism and a sense of pride in being Jewish by
providing a positive,
To engage with
God, Torah, and mitzvot within the framework of the Conservative
To develop of
sense of Jewish responsibility towards all people throughout the
To develop an
appreciation and identification with Klal Yisrael and to foster a
sense of community
synagogue competence, including understanding the structure and
meaning of Jewish
To develop basic Hebrew reading and writing skills.