Welcome to ALIYAH! The warm community of ALIYAH Jewish Learning Program provides engaging, high-level learning opportunities for every student. Our students experience Jewish holidays and traditions, gain strong Hebrew language skills, and grow from the many opportunities for meaningful leadership within the congregational community. Our teachers are dynamic and nurturing, and our kids enjoy their experience of Jewish education.
Kindergarten & New Family Visit Days—for Parents and Children
- Sunday Feb. 26, 9:30-10:30am
- Wednesday, Mar. 22, 4:30-5:30pm
- Wednesday April 19, 4:30-5:30 p.m.
- Sunday April 23, 9:30-10:30 a.m.
- Wednesday May 3, 4:30-5:30 p.m.
- Sunday May 7, 9:30-10:30 a.m.
RSVP to meet our director, learn about our curriculum and community, visit our classrooms, meet teachers, and see our kids in action!
K-2 Erev Shabbat Music Files
1. Bim Bam
2. Shalom Aleichem
3. Candle Blessing
5. Blessing for children
6. Etz Chaim
9. Oseh Shalom
10. Sim Shalom
11. Chanukah Blessings
Each grade has its own goals in the area of Ivrit (Hebrew), Tefilah (prayer) and Yahadut (Jewish building blocks) plus a specific mitzvah or Jewish value to focus on for the year. Sunday classes also include chugim (specialty activities) that include cultural arts such as art, music, dance, and drama. Students have many opportunities to “live” their Judaism, whether leading services, celebrating holidays, putting on a Jewish wedding celebration, cooking Jewish foods, or participating in tzedakah projects that support others in our community.
Parent volunteers are much appreciated! Volunteer Room Parents help organize extra-curricular activities for each grade each year. Parent volunteers also help at our community events and holidays, help set policy for the school, and support our teachers in the classroom. To find out how you can volunteer with ALIYAH, please be in touch with Jenn Director Knudsen, Co-Chair of our Education Committee.
Our excellent ALIYAH teachers are dedicated to Jewish life and learning, passionate about Hebrew, Israel, and tzedakah. Our teachers care about the success of each student and focus on creating a learning environment that supports every child in his/her learning as well as in building a strong community of friends.