Lower Grades

Learning Specialists & Cultural Arts

Creative learning is an integral part of the Breman Religious School.As part of our curriculum, students in our primary grades are provided opportunities to meet with specialists in art, music, library, computer, and Hebrew, in addition to our Temple rabbis and cantor. During these times, religious studies are brought to life through songs, stories, art, and technology.

Pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, first, and second grade students meet with our library, music and art specialists throughout the day on a rotating basis. Third through sixth grade students participate in tefilah (prayer services) several times throughout the year.

HaKolot (Youth Performers) 2nd-5th Grades

Children in second grade through sixth grade are invited to participate in our outstanding youth performance group directed by Tania Yegelwel and Amy Peskin. HaKolot practices during and after religious school. This year, they will perform a Chanukah play and sing at other venues throughout the year. To find out more, please contact Kara Hoffman.


Shul in


Our fourth grade students participate in a Shul-in (sleepover) at The Temple in January. From 6:00 pm Saturday until 9:00 am on Sunday morning, participants get to know other fourth grade students, expand their knowledge of Judaism and begin to feel “at home” in The Temple. There are no Sunday morning classes for fourth graders the next day. 


5th Grade Overnight 

Students participate in an overnight at Camp Coleman . During this weekend, students get to know their classmates better, explore various aspects of Judaism, participate in creative services, challenge themselves on the ropes course and have fun. 


45 Club

This group offers social programming to all Temple sixth, seventh and eighth grade students. 


For more information on any of these programs, please contact Kara Hoffman

 

 

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