SHOLEM SUNDAY SCHOOL OPENING DAY
Sholem’s secular and progressive Jewish Sunday school for children ages 4-14 resumes. Join us for a community brunch—new families welcome!
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For more than sixty years, the Sholem Community has warmly welcomed cultural Jews and diverse families from a wide variety of ethnic and religious backgrounds to our secular holiday observances, educational programs and social activities. Sholem’s nonreligious Sunday school for children aged 4 to 14 offers a curriculum emphasizing Jewish history, culture, traditions, and the progressive ideals that shape our identity and values as a people. Our principal and education director, along with a professional staff of six classroom teachers and two music teachers, create a classroom environment that focuses on active, project-based learning.
Sholem also offers a thoughtful, creative, and personalized bar/bat mitzvah program; opportunities for teenagers to take responsibility for helping run the community as teachers’ assistants, music leaders, and more; as well as our monthly “Bagels ‘n Blox” parent/toddler group. While Sunday school classes are in session, adults may socialize and attend stimulating lectures on Jewish history and culture, as well as other topics of interest.