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Netivot: Experiential Jewish Education

 

For students in Kindergarten - Grade 6
Wednesdays, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM 
(3:30 PM Drop-off available at no additional cost)

 
2019-2020 Session: September 25, 2019 – May 20, 2020
$1300/year | 27 sessions + special programs

OUR MISSION

Netivot provides children with the building blocks to develop a love for Jewish life and a connection to Jewish traditions. Our synagogue-based program creates rich opportunities for Netivot students and their families to experience the rhythms and rituals of Jewish life while connecting to the larger community and the State of Israel.

 

Our passionate and diverse team helps your child expand their Jewish knowledge, ignite their Jewish pride and provide opportunities to put their Jewish values into action.

EDUCATIONAL APPROACH


Our curriculum includes basic Hebrew reading and writing basics, learning and practicing Shabbat and holidays rituals, and discovering the meaning behind well-known Bible stories. We aim to ignite Jewish pride and establish meaningful connections to Israel. Using project-based learning and volunteering opportunities, our students put into action the core Jewish values learned in the classroom.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Our Netivot classes are structured by grade level, and average 10 students in each.

Nitzanim (Buds) for K-1
Perachim (Flowers) for grades 2-3
Peirot (Fruits) for grades 4-6

 

Our Netivot students benefit from a few special events each year! Our Sukkot celebration, Pre-Chanukah scavenger hunt, Netivot Shabbat programs, model Passover Seder and Year-End celebration are a few examples of the special events Netivot students and their families get to experience during the year.

 

Download class schedule 

THE NETIVOT TEAM

Our dynamic team works together to provide our students with a full and eclectic Jewish program.  

 

Rabba Rachel Kohl Finegold – Community leader, teaches prayer and Shabbat rituals.

 

Mora Netta Rotstein– Nitzanim (K-1) – Teacher (Hebrew, Jewish Education and Mindfulness)

 

Mora Dalia Rashty – Perachim (2-3) – Teacher (Hebrew and Jewish Education)

 

Moreh Avi Sabach – Peirot (4-6) – Teacher (Hebrew and Jewish Education)

 

Shinshinim – Israeli volunteers (post-high school volunteers, Israel Education and connection)

 

Ted Lazarus – Music Teacher, Shaar Hashomayim music staff

 

Youth Volunteers – Shaar youth providing support in the classroom.

 

To learn more about becoming part of the Netivot team, please contact Sari Wisenthal-Shore, Director of the Netivot Program at swisenthal@theshaar.org.

SPECIAL PROGRAMS

Netivot parents and grandparents are invited to participate in:

  • Shaar, PJ Library & Netivot Shabbat in the Park | Friday evening, September 13, 2019
    Join a community picnic to welcome the Shabbat together.
  • Netivot Kabbalat Shabbat Service and Dinner | Friday evening, November 15, 2019
    Netivot students and their families take an active role in the Shaar service and welcome the Sabbat together.
  • Netivot Shabbat | Saturday morning, May 2, 2020
    Netivot students and their families take an active part in the Shaar Shabbat service.
  • Year-End Celebration | Wednesday Afternoon, May 20, 2020.
    Parents, grandparents, siblings and friends are invited to celebrate the accomplishments of our Netivot students.
  • Shaar Youth and Young Family events – Contact Oxana Pasternak 514.937.9474 ext. 137 youngfamilies@theshaar.org to learn more about upcoming Shaar Programming

If you wish to be more involved in the program or have ideas for volunteer projects, please contact Sari Wisenthal-Shore, Director of the Netivot Program at  swisenthal@theshaar.org


Sari Wisenthal-Shore, Director of Netivot

514.937.9474 ext. 142, netivot@theshaar.org

Monday, August 19, 2019 18 Av 5779