Today is February 26, 2018 -
The Jewish sages teach that “the world stands on three things: Torah, Avodah, and G’milut Hasadim” (Avot 1:2). These pursuits – study, worship and deeds of loving kindness provide the framework within which Jews build their relationship with G-D, with one another and with the world. Our school’s program of study is based upon these three core Jewish values. Our core curriculum is designed to coincide with the developmental stages of children at each appropriate grade.
Huntington Jewish Center’s Religious School keeps Jewish learning relevant to our student’s lives. The HJC curriculum provides students with not only the traditional Jewish education, but also the tools to live their lives as Conservative Jews in today’s world. Our goal at HJC is to plant the seeds of life-long learning through meaningful Jewish exploration, hands-on-learning and family education.
Enhanced Security: Recently, HJC significantly upgraded security equipment and procedures (which were good to begin with!). We’ve installed new locks and entry systems, additional cameras, internal door locks, alarms, window protection, panic buttons, and more. HJC is committed to providing the resources to continuously improve security for all of us. The safety of you and your children is our highest priority, and we hope you choose HJC’s Religious School and our community.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns you may have at (631 427-1157) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cantor Israel Gordon, Director, Synagogue Programming & Religious School Innovation
Maxine Fisher, Religious School Administrator