GRADE 4

Sundays, 11:15 am - 1:00 pm;
Wednesdays, 3:30 - 4:20 pm

Teachers: Ellen Flaks, Tamar Segal (Sundays) + Rabbi Ben Newman (Wednesdays)                      

In this stimulating year, our students focus their Hebrew studies on reading prayers and singing the Shabbat blessings, the Shema, the V’Ahavta, and Mi Chamocha, as well as Hatikvah, Israel’s national anthem. Our study of Jewish values allows the children to learn important lessons that have been passed down from our rabbis through the ages. This is accomplished through literature, class discussions, improvisation and drama. We study and celebrate all the Jewish holidays and collect tzedakah every week in Grade 4. It is a privilege and meaningful experience for this grade to be responsible for the design and performance of the Temple’s Purimshpiel during our annual Purim Carnival. 

Sunday ARRIVAL + DISMISSAL

Please note that on Sunday mornings, we begin with Assembly in the Sanctuary. We encourage all families to join us for their children’s Assembly. Dismissal for Grades K+1, parents will pick up their children directly from the classroom. Students in Grades 2+3 will be dismissed to the parking lot. 

Grades 4-6 will end the day with Assembly, starting at 12:40 pm. We encourage all families to join us.

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GRADES 4+5 SHABBAT AND FAMILY DINNER + SERVICE

Join your child’s grade for a Shabbat dinner at 6:30 pm with family, classmates, and teachers. Then, at 7:30 pm, we welcome the entire congregation to our lively Family Shabbat Service, in which your child’s grade will participate.

Friday, February 7
Families with students in all grades are encouraged to attend all our monthly Family Services.

PARENT VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

We are also looking for Religious School Class Parents in all grades. We appreciate your input and invite you to share talents, interests, hobbies, and professions. We also need your help with Tzedakah project.