“Our classrooms are alive with the buzz of Jewish discovery on Shabbat mornings and weekday afternoons. With Hebrew, music, story-based learning, and family programming, we start children on their journey of Jewish learning and engagement.”Jennifer Stern Granowitz, Director of Congregational School
Congregational School Fall Semester 2021
While we are still enjoying this school year, we are also looking ahead to the next one. We are currently planning to open classes in the fall with the option for either in-person or remote learning.
To ensure excellence in both options, in-person and remote classes will be self-contained, not hybrid classes. So your child will be either in-person with a teacher or on Zoom with a teacher who is also teaching remotely.
We understand that come fall, families might have varying levels of comfort attending in-person programming, which is why we are offering both in-person and remote class options. We will of course continue to follow guidelines regarding social distancing, mask wearing, and other COVID-related protocols to ensure a smooth and safe opening.
We are committed to providing your children with an excellent Jewish education!
Registration for next school year will open in the coming weeks. In order to assist in planning for the fall, you can find the class schedule for next year here. Class time includes Judaics and tefillah sessions. When registration opens, you will have an option to choose your first and second choice for day placement.
Children in grades 1–6 will also sign up for 30 minutes of Hebrew tutoring. For kindergarten, Hebrew learning is part of class time.
If you have any questions, feel free to be in touch at either firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-369-2600, x132.