Our passionate educators, incredible clergy, devoted parents and wonderful students learn and grow together, living Judaism with joy and meaning.
Join us this December for a virtual art class with Deb Pitt, our Temple Isaiah Artist in Residence! These art classes are designed so that students can explore Judaism and Jewish ideas through the lens of visual art (in developmentally accessible and appropriate ways).
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the class. Curious about the K-12 Passport or interested in signing up, send Reuben or Carla an email!
Join us to learn how the miracle of the Hanukkah oil happened, listen to the story while learning how olive oil is made and show us your homemade Hanukkiah. Hosted by Rabbi Aaron.
This program is available to K12 passport holders (which you can still sign up for by emailing Reuben (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jacky (email@example.com); for all others we ask that you consider making a donation to the Temple by clicking here.
Celebrate the Festival of Lights with music, story, inspiration and adventure as we search for sparks of God’s hidden light in order to brighten the world. This service features Temple Isaiah clergy, choirs, musicians and congregants.
Join us for virtual Shabbat | Mishkan Tfilah-Shabbat Prayer Book
Hanukkah is right around the corner, and we want to spend it with you! Sign-up now for a 20-30 minute candle lighting experience in your yard, hosted by a special guest. Starting on December 12.
Let's continue to practice and learn this summer! For any questions or more information, please email Carla.
HERE IS A LINK TO ONLINE VOICE RECORDER
Have your children record themselves practicing Hebrew words or saying the names and sounds of the Hebrew letters. and share them with you or Have your child record her/himself saying a blessing or a song and listen to it to check themselves.
HERE IS A LINK TO LEARNING HEBREW
This website is one of my favorites. You can play memory games, learn how to write Hebrew letters, shapes, names, and sounds, create flash cards and much more. It is one of my favorites.
• Jewish Identity
By instilling a connection to Jewish tradition, rituals, Torah, history, and Hebrew, we strengthen a student’s Jewish identity.
• Jewish Community
By making the temple a second home and building lasting friendships through meaningful conversation, engaging activities, retreats, youth group, travel to Israel, music, and art, we strengthen a student’s place in Jewish Community.
• Jewish Faith
By participating in the celebration of Shabbat and holidays, learning Jewish prayer and honest exploration of our faith, we strengthen a student’s sense of awe, wonder, and gratitude.
• Enthusiastic, quality teachers with ongoing training and mentorship
• Rishonim: Religious School teens become teachers’ assistants and role models
• Clergy participation
• Going “outside the walls” for retreats, field tripsand special programs
• Commitment to social action and community service
• Furnishing apartments for homeless families with Upward Bound House
• Serving hundreds of meals at several homeless shelters
• 2nd grade Mussar (Jewish values) program
• L’Dough v’Dough: baking challah with Holocaust survivors
• Torah in the Home: Clergy brings Torah to your home
• Hebrew Through Movement, Hebrew Intensive and Hebrew Boot Camp
• 8th grade Israel Twinning program
• Religious Action Center program in Washington DC (Confirmation students)
• 11th and 12th graders to Israel to learn about “dual history”
• Taking teens to the south to learn about Civil Rights and the Jewish participation
• Our Hevruta: Intergenerational Torah learning
The Religious School office
Senior Director of K-12
Associate Director of K-12
Sundays: 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Tuesdays: 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.