The goal of Jewish education at Temple Jeremiah is to provide a warm and nurturing environment where students enjoy learning about Judaism and the Hebrew language while strengthening their connection with the Jewish people. Our mission is to invigorate a love for Torah and acts of Tikkun Olam. We are dedicated to inspiring children to believe that they, as individuals, can make a difference in this world. We urge them to recognize the spark of God they each possess and to understand that a kind heart can impact the people around them. Their pride in being Jewish and being a mensch (a good, decent human being) are central to our Center for Learning.
Here is the schedule for the First Session this Sunday:
9:00 a.m. – Arrive at Temple Jeremiah! (Please visit the School webpage and the links on the left for instructions for drop-off and parking.) Children should go straight into their classrooms.
Parents, we invite you to visit the Bagel Bar and enjoy some coffee.
9:20-9:45 a.m. – Parents and guardians should go into the Schreibman Sanctuary for a special welcome, announcements, and useful information.
9:50-10:08 a.m. – Parents and guardians will visit the teachers in the classrooms
10:10-10:40 a.m. – Parents and guardians join their children back in the Schreibman Sanctuary, we will all welcome some special guests!
We are so proud that our Center for Learning has received national accreditation from the National Association of Temple Educators. Click here to read the article in the Wilmette Life (written by our congregant Jackie Pilossoph!).