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Religious School at Seaside

Our curriculum is Jewish value based. We approach learning as fun. Lessons are interactive to include hands-on activities, exploratory questions, discussions, and multisensory instruction. Students form friendships with other Jewish students and share the bond of their Jewish Identity.

The curriculum focuses on several areas, including Hebrew language and prayer; lessons from the Torah; traditional holidays; Shabbat; Jewish ethics and values; Jewish identity; and community, Israel, and Jews around the world. Jewish expression is encouraged through Art, Music, Theater and Cooking. 

 The school meets on Sunday mornings from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon from September through May.  Our weekly sessions include classes for kindergarten through 6th grade.  We also offer a once-a-month class for our pre-K children, known as Menschkins.

What does a typical Sunday morning look like?  Check out these pictures and find out!

After the students complete 6th grade, they move on to a year of B’Mitzvah preparation with both class instruction with their cohort and one-on-one tutoring sessions with the Religious School tutor and Rabbi. To keep our teens engaged after B’Mitzvah, we welcome and encourage them to volunteer as teaching assistants in the religious school for the younger grades.

To register for the 2023-2024 School Year, please follow one of these links:

New Student Form: https://forms.gle/gnrMHyJ1aPuRMS54A

Returning Student Form: https://forms.gle/KU7uRe4ZQxdcSWBE8

Interim Religious School Directors

  • Myra Falck
  • Marjorie Kobrin
  • Alyssa Simon

 In June, we completed our 2022- 2023 school year.   Highlights from the year include:

  • Participation in a Community Cleanup Reverse Tashlich program
  • Learning about Persian Music from Middle Eastern vocalist and composer Galeet Dardashti 
  • Participation in two Chanukah parties
  • Learning about Martin Luther King Jr and why he is important in our nation
  • Attending Seders for Tu B'Shevat and Passover
  • Starting the morning with signing "HaTikvah"
  • Learning about the importance of Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Memorial Day)
Fri, May 24 2024 16 Iyyar 5784