Spiegel Religious School

BethElRS-BannerOur school approaches cutting edge Hebrew education in a joyful, loving way.   Our new and enhanced two-day curriculum connects our students with their faith through a focus on multi-sensory learning. All interfaith families are embraced, and special needs programming is available.

Register For Religious School

  1. Online Registration for Religious School (PreK – 7th grades)
  2. Medical Form (you only need to complete the Medical Form if you have indicated on your registration form that your child has a serious medical condition, asthma, or allergies)

Read our Blog to see what we’re doing!

rs_kids“I like that my children enjoy going to Beth El, whether for religious school or services, and truly feel at home there. It is helping to create a real sense of Jewish identity and a love for being part of a greater Jewish community.”

 

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“The Hands-On Judaism program and the interaction and warm environment are the things I like most about our school.”

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“What I like about the religious school is that Rabbi Amy greets the children at the door on Sunday mornings. I enjoy how Rabbi Alex teaches the kids about Jewish holidays but keeps things relevant to the children’s ages.”

 

 

 

 

 

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Ready to enroll for classes? Ready to benefit from our trusted staff’s instruction, making sure that your children grow up with a strong set of values, a firm foundation of knowledge, and a clear sense of community?

Recent blog posts

No more crying over frying

I can’t wait to hand grate potatoes for latkes said no one EVER! This recipe is dedicated to all my followers who are short on time and/or don’t have a food processor to grate potatoes.  I also broke it down to an individual portion so ANYONE can make lakes ANYTIME! (Howard Shirey-no more desperate requests…

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Why make a dreidel out of clay…

…When you can make it out of CHOCOLATE?!? For a spin on the classic song “Oh dreidel dreidel dreidel, I made it out of clay,” I decided it would be fun and delicious to make chocolate dreidels.  Pictured are Chavarim students using squeeze bottles & special molds to turn liquid chocolate into dreidels. While allowing…

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Jewish Diversity and Vegetable Soup

Jews are diverse, yet we are tied to each other historically and religiously. In preparation for Torah Weekend, November 18-20, featuring Rabbi Gershom Sizomu, the leader of the Abayudaya Jews of Uganda, Bshul is focusing on Jewish Diversity. I am teaching students that historically Jews around the world were a migrating people.  As Jews moved about, they often married…

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