The Congregational School is dedicated to positive and engaging Jewish education to inspire lifelong participation in the Jewish community for all our K-12 learners and their families. In partnership with our families and with the synagogue community as a whole, the school provides meaningful learning through both formal and experiential education.
Based on the precepts of Torah (study), Avodah (worship) and Gemilut Hasidim (acts of loving kindness), we aim for our learners and their families – now and in the future – to make the following commitments:
Know Judaism. Each learner will have knowledge of Shabbat, Jewish holidays, Torah, rituals, life cycle events, history, Israel, menschlichkeit, prayer and prayerbook Hebrew.
Do Jewish rituals, acts and behaviors. Each learner will be able to make Jewish choices in their daily lives and will engage as full participants in the Jewish tradition.
Believe in Jewish values, and engage in a relationship with God.
Belong to the Jewish community in an active and participatory way.
About Us / Covid Policies
Beginning Monday, February 14, children ages 5–11 must be fully vaccinated (two weeks past their second dose).
Please upload your child’s proof of vaccination using this form.
Masks are required for everyone – both unvaccinated and vaccinated.
Please do not attend in person if you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19.
We encourage everyone to sit distanced from those not in their households. Households with unvaccinated children must sit a minimum of six feet away from those outside their households.
We ask that all members sanitize hands upon entry.
Masks are required at all times when inside. Food is not allowed, though we understand the need to drink water. Masks can be removed only while drinking.
If your child is exposed to COVID-19, please contact us as soon as possible.
If your children present with any symptoms of COVID-19 or any other illness, please contact us and do not send them to Congregational School