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)

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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

MITZVOT: Deeds of Loving Kindness

On April 30th,  Morah Mollie Neuman and I led the Shorashim class and their families in a hands-on educational program about “Mitzvot” or Deeds of loving Kindness. We partnered with the Dream Center of Monroeville whose mission is to directly impact the issues that afflict Pittsburgh communities by reconnecting people to God and a community of…

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Sephardic Quinoa for Pesach

My cousin Lili, a native of Peru, introduced me to quinoa many years ago (recipe below.)  According to Wikipedia, this ancient grain was domesticated 3,000 to 4,000 years ago.  It has been an important staple in the Andean cultures where the plant is indigenous but until recently it was relatively obscure to the rest of…

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I’m Bringing Kichel Back

On March 6th, this squad of lovely sixth graders baked Kichel (recipe below) and enjoyed a tea party! This popular Jewish and Israeli sweet cracker or cookie is made with egg and sugar rolled out flat and cut into rectangles then twisted into a bow tie shape. Kichel (plural kichlach) is a Yiddish word meaning…

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