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Viterbi torah school (VTS) weekly classes

Register for VTS, TNT, B'nei Mitzvah Class or USY here.
View/download the 2022-23 Calendar here
Contact Cheryl Katz, Director of Jewish Learning with any questions Cheryl@cbe.org
 
 
Class Schedule
Thursday
4:00-6:00 pm : Grades 2-7
6:00-8:00 pm : Thursday Night Teens (TNT) - Grades 8-12
 
Saturday
9:00 am-12:00 pm : 7th grade B'nei Mitzvah Class
 
Sunday
9:00 am-12:00 pm : Grades K-6
 

Youth & Teen programs (Grades K-12)

Along with VTS and TNT classes, Beth El offers grade specific programs for additional educational themed fun! As long as your child is enrolled in VTS or TNT, they are welcome to enjoy any programs for their grade level/age range. Some events are free and some will require additional payments. 
 
Our youth and teen programs meet during the school year as a way to develop strong Jewish friendships and connections to the Jewish community. Through chapter and regional events, students become aware of a larger Jewish world while learning how to become a part of it.
 
We divide our Programs into two main grade ranges. 
Youth Programs - Grades K-6 - click here for more information and past/upcoming events
Teen Programs - Grades 7-12 - click here for more information and past/upcoming events

INSPIRING JEWISH JOURNEYS

Jewish Experiential Learning at Beth El strives to provide an environment where our students grow to experience an authentic Jewish community that is relevant, personal and inspiring.

Through school-wide experiences like singing, prayer, games and activities, as well as grade-level Judaic, Hebrew and prayer instruction, we engage Viterbi Torah School (VTS) students (K-7) in dynamic and multi-modal learning. We take advantage of Beth El’s beautiful and expansive campus to allow students move and learn outside both to connect with the natural world and to practice safe distancing and snack habits while at VTS.

At Thursday Night Teens (TNT) our 8th-12th graders develop the skills needed to navigate our changing world as informed by Jewish thought. They gain an opportunity to engage in more mature learning about current events and contemporary Jewish life. Teens are engaged in leadership training through which they plan programs and social activities for their peers.

Our approach to developing inquisitive, skilled and engaged young Jewish people pays special attention to the social-emotional well being of each student, so that all can benefit from a safe and connected learning community.

See the Curriculum Here

Fri, December 2 2022 8 Kislev 5783