At Temple Chai, we are committed to providing children with a soulful and spiritual connection to their Jewish past, present, and future, while simultaneously guiding them to foster a sense of community with their peers.
Students will experience Judaism in a soulful and spiritual manner.
Our students will discover what Judaism feels like, how it tastes, how it smells, and how it sounds. They will experience Judaism through art, stories, technology, and hands-on discovery. Students will see Judaism as a living culture that nourishes their mind, body, and soul.
Students will develop a community with their peers.
Our teachers provide an environment where friendships are formed and nurtured. Our students learn from and make discoveries with their classmates and peers so their connection to Judaism is rich with both content and connection.
Students will learn to read Hebrew and recite prayers which connect them both to the past and to Jewish people around the world.
Our students start learning Hebrew words and letters in Pre-Kindergarten. Beginning in 2nd grade, students start to develop a strong Hebrew foundation. Hebrew lessons are student-centered so each reader can work at his/her own pace. Our students will come to understand that Hebrew is a gateway into a deep, empowering culture that bonds them to their community and to Israel.
Questions about the Temple Chai Religious School? Contact Religious School Director, Amanda Campbell