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For the 2020-21 school year, the Religious School is NOT currently enrolling families in Family Track, the alternative, family-oriented, flexible alternative to our Sunday program due to COVID19. We hope to reinstate this innovative program in the near future.

The Family Track program is designed to bring children and parents “out of the classroom and in to the congregation.” While students enrolled in Family Track explore the same curriculum learned by children in the Sunday morning program, the learning is experiential and multi-generational. In addition, parents and siblings participate in all Family Track programming with their children, creating a unique and meaningful family experience.

Family Track is about you and your children learning together. We have many non-Jewish parents and Jewish parents with very minimal Jewish knowledge in our community.  In Family Track, we provide all the tools and materials you need to have a rich Jewish learning experience together – regardless of your depth of knowledge or experience with Judaism.

Each trimester, families (parents and children) enrolled in the Family Track are required to participate in:

One Congregational Education Day: Sunday Morning 10am - 12pm

  • Congregational Education Days include Congregational Learning Programs, Trip Day and Mitzvah Day.
  • Multi-generational learning experiences.

Three Havdalah Programs: 4:00 -7:00pm on Saturday afternoons

  • “Parallel learning” time with parents and children studying separately with our Rabbi, Cantor or other educators in age-based classrooms.
  • Potluck dinner and social time
  • One hour “family education” activity
  • Singing and havdalah (a brief ceremony that ends Shabbat)

Three Shabbat/Holiday Worship Services

  • Though we are encouraging families to come to our 6pm Friday service, you are welcomed to attend any service to fulfill this requirement.

Three Hours of “At-Home” Activities

  • Families choose activities from our list, such as Shabbat Dinners with friends and family, watching Jewish themed movies, reading books together, or doing a community service project.
  • Support materials provided for all activities
Wed, October 21 2020 3 Cheshvan 5781