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Religious School

 

Baruchim habaim!

We welcome you and your children to the Marlboro Jewish Center Religious School. We are delighted that you have given us the opportunity to partner with you in the venture of Veshinantam Levanecha, teaching (Torah) diligently to your children.  With great enthusiasm and humility, we enter this brit, this covenant of bringing Jewish learning more fully into your lives and the lives of your children. We are firmly committed to the creation of a warm, respectful and safe environment in which we can learn and grow together as a community.  We all must see ourselves as responsible to ensure that Marlboro Jewish Center is a place that gives life to the values that we learn in Torah, Kavod (respect), Rachamim (compassion) and Chesed (kindness).

Our program begins with children of the Kindergarten and extends all the way through High Hebrew High, grade 12. We pride ourselves on a creative, experienced staff whose love of Judaism is shown in every class throughout the year. We have a hands-on curriculum that reflects current teaching styles and classroom management skills.

I can be reached at (732)536-2303 or via email at mjchs@mjcnj.com.

B’shalom,

Rabbi Ron Koas, Education Director / Associate Rabbi  

 

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HIGH HEBREW HIGH had a great year!

The group met with Rabbi Pont at Fred and Murrys Deli in Freehold one evening a month for dinner. The rabbi facilitated discussion on topics such as college life, relationships, Israel, politics, and more.

Open to MJC’s 11th and 12th graders.

To register, call the school office at 732-536-2303.

Dear Parents,

During the school years, it is very important that we provide your student with an education that is engaging, rigorous and relevant.  Technology has made our world fast-paced, connected and exhilarating, and it is naturally engaging and enticing for students.  In that regard , at MJC we need to start embracing the technology and using it for educational purposes in the classroom.  There are now websites, apps, and unlimited information on Jewish culture, religion, and Hebrew language.  Therefore, I am working with the teachers to create unique lesson plans that will allow students to use their phones for learning to utilize the technology in a positive way.  If your child does not have a phone they will partner with another student to participate.  

On the other hand, it can also be a distraction for students in the classroom.  The teachers will let the students know when it is the appropriate time to use their phones in the classroom.  When the lesson does not call for using technology, the phone should be placed in their backpacks and turned on do not disturb.  If you need to pick up your child early or change a carpool, please call the Hebrew School office. 732-536-2300.  

Thank you for your support in bringing Jewish Education into the 21st Century.

Rabbi Ron Koas
Education Director / Associate Rabbi

 

5th and 6th Graders 

Thu, May 24 2018 10 Sivan 5778