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Wednesday Night Hebrew School

 

Wednesday night Hebrew School is for 4th - 7th grade students. It begins at 6:10pm and ends at 8pm. It focuses on building community, connecting to the meanings of the prayers, decoding and reading Hebrew. It is an interactive and engaging night with a very positive energy surrounding learning. Children engage in chuggim for the first part of their evening, break with snack and end with our Strategic Hebrew stations.

In their own space, Hebrew High offers 8th - 12th grade students a safe and engaging space for community building and mid-week connection.

We respect that your Wednesday nights are full of stops and activities; not to mention that it’s a late night in the middle of the week. We appreciate families making us their choice. To help out, we offer pizza meals for dinner (gluten free available on request).

Chuggim • Take your pick!  Escape Room T’filot • Prayer, if you dare…

You walk into the room for your siddur learning and see a box. Not just an ordinary box, but one with many types of locks. You’re given a siddur and clues to unlock the mysteries of our t’filot, work as a group and enjoy reading, understanding and delving into the kavannah, meaning, of the prayers.

Ma Karah? • Everyday Hebrew

Engaging in everyday Hebrew and conversation through games Twister, charades and Pictionary. Students community connect throughout their time together, experiencing the Hebrew language during their learning moments.

Hebrew in the Kitchen • Snack, anyone?

Working from a recipe written in Hebrew on the wall, students create allergy-friendly culinary delicacies to share with their school community. This class is not only hands-on Hebrew, but an opportunity to learn the value of working together, respecting diversity and gratitude.

Strategic Hebrew

Imagine if your prayerbook Hebrew station included a personalized notebook, highlighters, fidgets, mini markerboards, colorful gel pens, sticky notes and surprises each week. Welcome to our Hebrew School and Strategic Hebrew. This program was created specifically to help students with reading, chanting and translating the meanings of prayers. Developed by Amy Fechter, curriculum strategist, Strategic Hebrew provides a framework for connected Hebrew learning.

Fri, June 23 2017 29 Sivan 5777