Temple Beth Emunah’s new TBE religious school will open with a breakfast. There is still time to enroll your children in this exciting new school!
The school meets two times a week, Sunday mornings from 9:30-12 and Tuesday afternoons from 4-5:30, and it promises not to be your parents’ religious school. The school will base its curriculum on progressive educational philosophy, using project-based experiential learning as well as computer programs. This will allow the students to use their creativity while learning about their heritage so they will feel engaged and excited about learning while developing their Jewish identities. Enrollment in the school does not require synagogue membership for the first year and tuition is reasonably priced.
Please call Rabbi Andrea M. Gouze to learn more about this exciting opportunity for your children at 508-583-5810 ext. 2 or email [email protected].+ More... - Less...
15 Plymouth Dr
South Easton, MA 02375
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