Why enroll your kids in religious school?
At Rodef Sholom, we’re experts at providing values-based education, and we can help you prepare your children to be fully moral adults.
SUNDAY SCHOOL I grades K-6
We love kids at Rodef Sholom. We love to grow their souls while connecting them and their families to the thriving Jewish ecosystem we are building here. We also value learning outside the classroom walls and work deliberately and strategically to strengthen the connections between school, camp and home.
Our goal is to create a warm and caring environment in which we teach and model skills and behaviors to enable our kids to participate fully in Jewish life at home, in the synagogue and throughout the greater Jewish and Bay Area community.
At each grade level we provide curriculum specifically designed with age-appropriate goals and learning objectives. In addition, students are offered electives such as music, cooking, Israeli dance, and trope (the musical key to chanting Torah). The study of Hebrew is woven throughout the curriculum.
HEBREW | grades 4-6
Fourth through sixth graders study Hebrew for one day a week during an additional class. Seventh graders have the option to participate in this additional Hebrew study. Students may choose to study Hebrew at Rodef Sholom or regionally throughout Marin County with our amazing Hebrew in the Homes teachers.
We also offer experiential learning opportunities:
Winter Camp at URJ Camp Newman
Grades 3-5 (no parents)
Get a taste of what Camp Newman has to offer at a weekend of fun, friends and a great Shabbat experience. Over two days, 3rd through 5th graders get to experience the excitement of Jewish camping, make lots of new friends, and enjoy the best of the outdoors.
Spring Family Camp Weekend at URJ Camp Newman
Grades TK-5 and their families
Don’t miss this amazing weekend of fun, learning, relaxing, playing, music, massages and more! Connect with our clergy and meet other families in a relaxed environment. Leave the cell phones at home, let us do the cooking and cleaning, and enjoy yourselves Shabbat camp-style.