Today is September 21st, 2017 -
At Temple Sinai, we are proud of the educational network established to enrich our children from their very youngest years through Bar and Bat Mitzvah and beyond.
Our curriculum emphasizes the basics of Torah, Hebrew reading and comprehension skills, Tefillah, social action, and Jewish studies. We cultivate a hands-on approach to learning, with parents taking an active role with children at family events and Shabbat services.
The curriculum contains ample opportunities for students of all ages to perform acts of chesed, or kindness. We are fortunate to participate in B’nai TELEM, a social justice and service learning program for b’nai mitzvah students, sponsored by the Jewish Community Relations Council. As part of the program, students will perform a series of mitzvot in the community, including volunteering at City Soil, collecting cans for the Brookline Emergency Food Pantry, and interacting with seniors at Chestnut Park Assisted Living. It is our hope that your children’s sense of Jewish identity will be strengthened and clarified through their participation in our program.
To learn more about our school, please call the religious school office at 617-277-5883.
– Heidi Smith Hyde, Director of Education