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Tuition Free Religious School,
please contact our
Director of Congregational Learning,
Shari Rothstein at or 973-239-1321.

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At Temple Sholom, we are committed to educate our children so that they will :
  • Have pride in honoring our traditions and teachings of Torah (Torah)
  • ​​​​​​​Feel joy in celebrating our holidays (Avodah)
  • Be responsible as they care for others (Gemilut Chasadim)
Our vision of education embraces: 
  • The whole child through interactive multi-sensory learning
  • The  family in our  family programming
  • The larger community through our mitzvah activities in school and the belief expressed in the school that each child can change the world.
  • The time demands on families and strives to pursue innovative ways to respond to those challenges.
Our goals are: 
  • For our students to be excited about being Jewish
  • To offer a Jewish educational experience in which families are partners in the learning process
  • To allow each child to learn Hebrew at a pace and in a style that reflects his/her needs and abilities
  • To provide our families opportunities to come together as a community for worship, mitzvot and friendship
  • To give families the tools to observe and celebrate holidays throughout the Jewish year with joy and confidence and to appreciate and value life cycle events
Highlights of our Kindergarten through Third Grade Program:
  • Attendance at school one day per week on Tuesdays from 4:00PM – 5:45PM
  • Integration of arts, crafts and music into the curriculum
  • Innovative and fun Hebrew curriculum in Third Grade
Highlights of our Fourth through Sixth Grade Program:
  • Attendance at school one day per week on Wednesdays from 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
  • Innovative Hebrew program 
  • Theme based Jewish studies that integrate core Jewish ideas
  • Attending a number of Friday night Shabbat services, commensurate with grade level. (Fourth graders attend a minimum of four services, fifth graders five services and sixth graders six services)..
  • This program is designed to maximize options for our families. There are two basic choices a family can make: (a) the basic minimum program requirements or (b) the basic minimum plus additional learning opportunities
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