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Religious School Classes

Nitzanim (3 and 4 year olds with their parents or guardians)

We meet once a month for an hour on a Sunday morning and focus on holidays of the season. Each session includes stories, arts and crafts, songs, and, of course, traditional holiday snacks!

This year’s Nitzanim schedule is as follows:

Sunday, October 1: Sukkot

Sunday, October 8: Simhat Torah

Sunday, November 5: Shabbat

Sunday, December 3: Hanukkah

Sunday, January 14: Tu b’Shevat

Sunday, February 4: Tzedakah

Sunday, March 10: Purim

Sunday, April 14: Pesah

Sunday, May 5: Torah



Gan  and Aleph (Kindergarten and 1st grade) 

  Sunday morning classes provide students with the fundamental building blocks of a Jewish education. 

Bet -Zayin (2nd - 7th grades)

The core of our Religious School program meets on Sunday mornings and Wednesday afternoons and includes:

learning to decode and understand key elements of Hebrew and tefillah (prayers), 

exploring concepts of God and holiness, 

developing a core set of values and ethics based on Jewish tradition,

continually deepening an understanding of biblical texts and the lessons our tradition can teach us,

learning about and experiencing lifecycle events,

expanding knowledge of Jewish history and the land of Israel









Ithaca Noar (8th – 12th grades)

Our post-Bnei Mitzvah classes provide information, experiences, atmosphere, guidance, topics, and materials to engage our students as they grow and mature.







9-10 am



(K-7th grades)

9 am-12:30 pm


Ithaca Noar - days and times based on participant schedules

Gesher (Afterschool) 

2-3:45 pm



(2nd – 7th grades)

3:45-5:45 pm


class Shabbat services


Monthly Tot Shabbat 


special youth programs


class services


Tue, July 16 2024 10 Tammuz 5784