Bubbles & Bagels is a weekly Sunday morning class for 12–24-month-olds and 1-2 caregivers. Featuring music, art, storytelling & movement, it's an excellent avenue for getting to know one another and the Temple Isaiah community. Lead educator is a beloved longtime Isaiah preschool teacher accompanied by a weekly rotation of Isaiah clergy, educators and special guests. Session one begins October 1. Build your tribe: sing dance, nosh & play in community!
Brawerman Elementary School is offering six weeks of enriching summer camp at the Glazer Campus. Camp is the perfect opportunity for your child to have a fun-filled summer while also developing important life skills. The experienced and dedicated Brawerman teaching staff will create a safe and nurturing environment where children can explore nature, express their creativity, and build lasting friendships. Camp activities include experiences in woodworking, water play, sports, drama, science, visual arts, nature, cooking, movement, and music.
Thursdays, Date: 8/24/2023 - 12/14/2023
From: 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
*No class Nov. 23, 2023.
A fully-inclusive leadership development & mentorship program for teens and adults interested in giving back to The Miracle Project community. Through arts-based acts of service and community-organizing activities, individuals in the Miracles in Action program take the skills and characteristics cultivated in TMP classes and apply them as leaders in their communities.
Classes are online with opportunities for in-person events in the Los Angeles area.
Adat Shalom's Jewish Education Center offers a unique, engaging, and joyful religious school experience. Our approach is experiential and highly dynamic, bringing together the best of traditional Jewish education with a program that is both relevant and forward-thinking.
Religious school at MJCS is an engaging, friendly, and safe place for students to celebrate their heritage. We encourage our students to develop positive feelings toward history and Israel, to grow spiritually, to build a sense of pride in Judaism, and to engage in tikkun olam?repairing the world?in partnership with God. We also want our young people to feel comfortable in any synagogue, to have the skills and knowledge to perform mitzvot, and to be guided throughout their lives by the values learned from Torah and our evolving tradition.
Sinai Akiba Academy Early Childhood Center of Sinai Temple has a goal of providing an opportunity for the child to develop independence, self-awareness, self-discipline, compassion for others, and a love of learning. Emphasis is placed on learning social skills such as sharing, taking turns, problem solving, and developing peer relations. Play is viewed as crucial to the child's cognitive, social and psychomotor development. We offer a five-day program for children 16 months-5 years old. Children attend 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM. Early and extended care available.
Mishkon Tephilo is dedicated to offering enriching Jewish education to our children from Preschool graduation to post B'nai Mitzvah. In addition to our regular Sunday and Thursday sessions, we bring innovative and exciting Family Education programming and plans to integrate our older graduates in leadership training. Look forward to services and programming for our Hebrew school-age children during Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, as well!
In 1968, Sinai Akiba Academy became Southern California's first Conservative Jewish day school. Now, 50 years later and nearly 600 students strong, Sinai Akiba Academy is highly regarded as an educational leader both in the secular and Jewish day school communities. Sinai Akiba Academy provides an outstanding general and Judaic education and is home to a diverse Jewish community. Our graduates not only attend top universities and engage in fulfilling professional careers; they are living active Jewish lives and raising Jewish families.
Our academic and religious focus is to teach our students how to live their lives as Sephardic Jews. We want our children to experience the joys and meaning of our Jewish values and Sephardic culture. The study of the Torah, a love for the Jewish people, and a belief in the importance of the land of Israel are all central to our educational aspirations. Our educational goals are embodied in the following steps:
Hebrew Reading - To teach our students how to read and understand basic Hebrew, the common language of our prayers, text, and people.
For Reconstructionists, Judaism is more than a religion; it is a civilization encompassing history and literature, art and music, land and language, as well as spirituality and ritual. We seek a Judaism that promotes innovation that is deeply rooted in Jewish tradition, while reflecting the understandings and spiritual yearnings of contemporary Jews.