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Religious School (K - 7th Grades)

The ultimate mission of the Temple Shalom Religious School is to provide an education that will inspire the children to become committed Jewish adults. To achieve this mission, our school curriculum stresses: Customs & Ceremonies; Hebrew Reading; Prayer; Bible/Torah; History; Israel; Current Events; Music; Dance; Shabbat; Tzedakah; Judaic Arts & Crafts; Jewish Holidays; Chanting Torah & Haftarah; Judaism (in all its forms); Ethics; Jewish Law; Comparative Religions; Life Cycle Events and the Jewish Community and World.

Our educational process includes family programs, parent education, holiday enrichment activities, newsletters, speakers and field trips.

We provide classes for children in grades Kindergarten through 12th grade. In these classes, Judaism is taught and reinforced in a positive setting. Our Hebrew and Judaic curriculum progresses in a developmentally age-appropriate manner. Children are encouraged to gather the tools necessary for making moral and ethical decisions in order to enrich their own lives as well as that of the community.

Classes take place throughout the school year on Sundays from 9:30 am to noon as well as on Tuesday afternoons from 4:30-6:00 pm (grades 3-7); the schedule for students in the 8th-12th grades varies. Registration takes place during August, but new students are welcome throughout the year.

Many parents are involved in various aspects of the religious school through participation in the religious school PTO. 

Summer Camp - Israel Program Scholarship Funds Available!

Click the Summer Camp pic to download an application for scholarship funds from Temple Shalom, right now. Fill out the form and return to Education Coordinator, Deborah Sarna, as soon as possible. For any questions, contact Ms. Sarna at or call 719-634-7194

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