DHS is the modern-day 2024 version of a traditional Hebrew School. It's a program like no other- just ask anyone who's been! The kids walk away with so much knowledge packed into a short amount of time, all-the-while having so much fun, they don't even realize they were learning! 

DHS welcomes all children regardless of Synagogue Affiliation. No Membership Required.

Here's a short outline of the curriculum:*

Throughout this curriculum, students will be introduced to important events in Shemot (Exodus), beginning with our slavery in Egypt and through a forty year journey to becoming a nation and receiving the Torah. Students will know their Jewish story and strongly feel their part in it. With a pride in their ancestors, they will be confident and equipped to live their lives proud Jews.

 

Each class is broken into two parts:

Part 1: An interactive way to tell the story. 

Part 2: A hands-on activity where the kids continue learning the story or internalize the message. 

 

Through engaging and fresh activities, your child will sense that Jewish history isn’t just something of the past. Students will perceive that this is their story and feel confident and responsible to live an active life portraying the values taught by our ancestors.

 

The curriculum is designed to generate a positive change in children by encouraging them to integrate Torah and Mitzvot into their lives. Through focused lesson goals and repeated application, the children will gain real skills and will be able to effect a genuine change in their lives. The curriculum offers timeless lessons and ways to integrate the knowledge children need to practically implement the skill. Children will have the passion and knowledge to live Jewishly, by internalizing the lessons and skills they learn.  Upon completion of this course the student will have created a method to integrate Torah, Mitzvot and Jewish Holidays into their lives and developed methods to create change in the world around them.

Areas of academic emphasis include:

  1. Jewish History

  2. Hebrew reading and vocabulary

  3. Holidays and traditions

  4. Culture and current events

This course engages children in discovering the higher purpose of everyday lifestyle, and gives them the tools to practically implement their inspiration.



Hebrew Reading:  Alef Champ Program (What is Aleph Champ?)

*Grades 2-8 with age appropriate lessons & activities. Separate curriculum for K-1. Please email Morah Goldy for more info. 


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