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Beth El Religious School


Beth El Religious School is committed to providing safe, healthy environment for all learners and educators.  We will continue to provide regular updates to families as COVID-19 policies change to reflect the most up-to-date health guidelines. 

Thursdays, 4:00-6:00 pm (Grades 1 - 7)

 Sundays, 9:00-11:00 am for Grades K-2 , 9:00 am-12:00 pm for Grades 3-7, 

6:30 pm on Thursdays for our teens.


Mission Statement:
To be a caring and inclusive community of meaningful and engaging learning
that inspires a thirst for Jewish living and learning.


Other links:

Click here to see past Cooking Chug Recipes!

Click here for a past Virtual Kehillah Packet to practice your tefillot!


  • Provide dynamic Jewish experiences using exciting, innovative & engaging methodology 
  • Explore meaningful and relevant content with an emphasis on skill building and Jewish literacy
  • Encourage a personal connection to Israel and a commitment to Judaism that will play a central role in their adult lives
  • To make Beth El a “second home” by instilling a sense of belonging to our community and the Jewish people

Core Values 

  • Every Jew is a link in the chain of Jewish continuity.
  • Jewish identity is to be appreciated and celebrated.
  • The family and home are central in every child’s Jewish education.
  • Every learner deserves to have his/her personal needs met.
  • Torah, spirituality, ethics, and prayer provide a compass for living life.

For additional information, please contact:

Alyssa Schwager, Director of Youth & Family Engagement,

Abby Prager, Administrative Coordinator,

Fri, March 24 2023 2 Nisan 5783