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Passport to Jewish Learning

What is the Passport to Jewish Learning?

Passport to Jewish Learning (PJL) takes the traditional Jewish education model to a new place where social action, Shabbat and holiday celebration, Jewish history and Israel, family education, and Rodef Shalom intergenerational community building are top priority. By creating experiential learning opportunities at every turn, all participants are engaged in an amazing Jewish journey.

 The Passport to Jewish Learning program has 4 components. 

  1. Shabbat Supper Club: Family Torah Learning: One Friday a month
  2. Shabbat Schmooze: History and Holidays: One Saturday a month
  3. Sunday Social Action Day (formerly Sunday FunDay): Doing Mitzvot: One Sunday a month
  4. Ulpan/Mini Ulpan Hebrew class*: Reading/writing/prayer/vocabulary: 

Weekly on Wednesday afternoons. *With a “NO Hebrew class” option for Day School Students

This year, our program will have a “theme” that will be carried out throughout the year. During the 2017-2018 (5779) school year, students will explore the theme of MISHPACHA (FAMILY) through participation in each of the programs.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

When does it meet?

There are four components to the PJL program that meet at various times.

Shabbat Supper Club is one Friday or Saturday a month depending on the host family. 

Shabbat Schmooze meets one Saturday a month,

Sunday Social Action Day meets one Sunday a month,

Ulpan/Hebrew meets every Wednesday from 4:30-6 pm, with a no Hebrew option available for Day School students. 


How much does it cost?

MEMBER TUITION RATES (includes Hebrew language)

K-1 $500

2nd to 5th Grade $650

Registration Fee: $100 ($50 if paid by July 1 st)

MEMBER TUITION RATES (NO Hebrew language-Option for DAY SCHOOL STUDENTS ONLY)

K-5 $400

Registration Fee: $100 ($50 if paid by July 1st)

NON-MEMBER TUITION RATES (includes Hebrew language)

K-1 $650

2 nd to 7th Grade $825

Registration Fee: $100 ($50 if paid by July 1st)

Note: - Hebrew Language for K-1 will be held on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month (before Tot Shabbat/Mini Minyan) 10:30-11:00 am -Hebrew Language for 2-5 th graders will be on Wednesdays from 4:30 pm-6:00 pm 

 


Do I have to be a member?

No! PJL welcomes both members and non-members.


What ages is it for?

Kindergarten through Fifth Grade.


Are there parent learning opportunities?

Yes! We have many opportunities for parent learning both with and without their children. 


What is mandatory and what is optional?

We feel that all aspects of our program are essential, but we also understand that every family has a very busy schedule and cannot be at every program. If you have questions about your specific schedule needs, please speak with Dawn .


If my child goes to day school, can we still participate?

Absolutely. We have a day school option for children who attend a day school and might not need to participate in the Ulpan program. 

 

Contact Us

Dawn Spector 
Director of Youth Education 
303-399-0035
Email Dawn Spector  for more details.

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Testimonial

"The quality of attention our son gets, not only due to the small class size, but to the terrific teachers, allows for extensive learning disguised as play."

- A.O.

 

 

 

Mon, December 11 2017 23 Kislev 5778