Grades K-3: SuperJew
Throughout this curriculum, students will be introduced to key Jewish concepts, Mitzvot, and Middot. They will learn how to relate the knowledge to their lives while instilling the idea that the Torah is our guide and source for how to live as Jews. They will learn the importance of laying the foundation at this young age to be able to incorporate the Torah into their lives.

Each week, the teacher will broach an exciting ‘Super Powers’ framework to introduce a new dilemma, scenario, or challenge to the students. These scenarios will be relatable to their day-to-day lives. Using clues, the students will be taken on an exploratory journey, facts, and how-to information from the Torah that will lead them to gain a full understanding of the subject matter. The clues will encourage engaging and fun methods of learning; including interactive activities, games, music & movement, and crafts as they make their way through the lesson. Students will discover new ‘Super Powers’ each week which builds their image as a Super Jew!

Grades 4-7th Israel Quest
Unlock our heritage through the new CKids (Chabad Children’s Network) Hebrew School Program!  Embark on an adventure of a lifetime, exploring our history as Am Yisroel Chai! Discover our humble beginnings in Israel and the secret to our eternal strength.

Students will relive the journey of the Jewish People in the Land of Israel, from the time the Jews entered the land led by prophets and kings, until the untimely destruction of the Holy Temples. Discover the secret to our eternal survival with tools that were established to keep Judaism thriving in the Diaspora. Using educational tools such as VR, topography, theater, crafts, STEAM, and filmmaking, this experience is bound to capture the attention of each student. 

The curriculum is designed to generate a positive change in children by encouraging them to integrate Torah, Mitzvot and Yomim Tovim into their lives.  Children will have the passion and knowledge to live according to our heritage by internalizing the lessons and skills they learn.  Upon completion of this course the student will have developed methods to proudly live Jewishly and to create change in the world around them.

Areas of academic emphasis include:

1.       History of Jews in the Land of Israel
2.       Hebrew reading and vocabulary
3.       Holidays and traditions
4.       Culture and current events