Congregation B’nai Torah (CBT) of Sudbury is pleased to announce that registration is open for 2020-2021 Hebrew School for families with children entering kindergarten through high school. Classes meet once per week for students in grades 2-8 and twice a month for students in K-1 and grades 8-12.
The CBT Hebrew School offers students a deep connection to Jewish learning, taught in a way that is engaging, relevant and fun for students. The school is large enough for our students to feel part of a community but small enough so that each child’s name is known to all, and every student feels valued and included.
Congregation B’nai Torah’s Rabbi, Dr. Lisa Eiduson, serves as the director of religious education, providing continuity throughout the school years, and a connection between the classrooms and the sanctuary. Our outstanding faculty brings experience, passion and a depth of knowledge to the classroom.
While we don’t know what to expect this fall, CBT looks forward to welcoming students back—whether it’s in the classroom, online or a blend of both—and bringing Jewish education to life for our children.
Congregation B’nai Torah is a Reform temple that welcomes all families, including interfaith families. See bnaitorah.com for additional details and contact the office at 978-443-2082 or firstname.lastname@example.org or further information on Hebrew school and registration.
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