Temple Beth El
Home of the Frozen Chosen

    


 
Temple Beth El 
809 11th Avenue S
Fargo, ND 58103
701.232.0441 
Office@tbefargo.org


Office Hours: 

Tuesday-Thursday 10:30-2:30


Education Program


Our mission at The Temple Beth El Religious School has many aspects. Not only do we want the children to identify themselves as Jews in the community, but to embrace the traditions, to understand and celebrate the holidays and life cycle events throughout the year, and to have Temple “skills” to help them understand the goings on during services and navigate through the prayer book.  Most importantly, we hope to make being Jewish a positive and fun experience that they will carry with them throughout their lives.


September

10 - First day of classes with a bagel brunch

17 - Class

24 - Class


October
1 - Class 
8 - Class and Sukkot (Oct 11 Simchat Torah)
15 - Class
22 - Class
29 - Class


November 

5 - Class

12 - Class

19 - Class

26 - No Class (Thanksgiving)


December 

3 - Class

10 - Class 

17 - Class and Hannukah Party

24-31 - No Class (Winter Break)


January 

7 - Class

14 - Class

21 - Class

28 - Class


February 

4 - Class

11 - Class

18 - Class

25 - Purim


March

4 - Class

11 - Class

18 - Class

25 - Class


April

1 - No Class (Passover March 31-April 7)

8 - Class

15 - Class

22 - Class

29 - Class


May

Last Class and Student Led Service TBA

 

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Fran Weintraub serves as the religious school director and teaches Jewish studies and Hebrew to the middle school students.


Melissa Frank teaches Jewish studies and Hebrew to the elementary students.


Rabbi Janeen Kobrinksy teaches adult Hebrew as well as youth studies for confirmation and b'nai mitzvah age students.







Sunday School students enjoy reading stories, building crafts, and studying outdoors as part of their Sukkot celebration.