Religious School

Songs and Prayer on Sunday Mornings

At 9:30 AM on each of the Sundays we would normally have been in session, we will host a live song session and service via Zoom. Join Rabbi Danziger, Rhys, and me for 20 minutes of fun and togetherness! See your emails from Courtney to find the zoom link.

 

Weekly Zoom “Hangout” Times 

Students in first grade and up are invited to join weekly online “hangout” sessions to stay connected with their religious school friends! These hangouts are opportunities for the students to spend social time together during the closure. Each grade level will meet separately, and each session will be facilitated by members of the Wise Temple staff. Here is the hangout schedule for next week, so please take a moment to mark your child(ren)’s hangout time(s) on your calendar:

First Grade – Wednesday, 4/1, 2:00-2:20 PM

Second Grade – Tuesday, 3/31, 3:40-4:00 PM

Third Grade – Wednesday, 4/1, 3:00-3:20 PM

Fourth Grade – Friday, 4/3, 2:00-2:30 PM

Fifth Grade – Friday, 4/3, 2:45-3:15 PM

Sixth Grade – Friday, 4/3, 3:30-4:00 PM

Junior High/JWOOT – Thursday, 4/2, 2:45-3:15 PM

High School/WOOTY – Thursday, 4/2, 3:30-4:00 PM

 

This is the Place…

for community

“My kids have a whole group of friends here and they’re all from different school districts. There’s a connection here that can’t be replicated in secular school. When my kids are learning and laughing and praying alongside other Jewish kids, it bonds them in a special way.”

for creativity

“The teachers are creative in ways that make learning both meaningful and fun. They give my kids experiences that spark their enthusiasm and excitement for Judaism.”

for caring

“At Religious School, there’s a focus on taking care of my kids on every level – intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually. I know Wise Temple really cares about my kids, as unique individuals, and it shows in the relationships they have with their teachers and the rabbis.”

for character

“Knowing how to live a Jewish life and being guided by Jewish values is important to our family. Religious School gives my kids the foundation for becoming the best people they can be.”

for commitment

“The staff is committed to making sure my kids truly enjoy Religious School. But my commitment, as a parent, is also really important. The more involved I am, the more my kids get out of the experience. And honestly, by being involved, I also learn a lot and meet a lot of great people.”

Wise Temple Religious School. This is the place.
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Important Dates

Click below to print a useful calendar of important 2019-2020 dates for all Wise Temple religious school families (preschool through eighth grade).

Questions? Contact Terri Snavely, Education Assistant at 513.793.2997.

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Our goal is to raise children who

  • are proud of their Jewish identity
  • embrace Judaism with joy and curiosity
  • experience the strength of living in community
  • understand their responsibility to live an ethical life