“Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6
Judaism is an experience that we share. It is the coming together of children and parents, of families and friends to celebrate, to support each other through grief, to pray and play together, and especially to eat together. It must be lived in order to truly become part of us.
The goal of our Polsky Religious School is to create Jewish Living Experiences that connect our children, families and community.
At the Polsky Religious School, we strive to balance the demands of secular life with learning the history, culture, customs and practices of over two thousand years of Jewish history. We grapple with honoring our commitment to Jewish education while also understanding commitment to sports and extracurricular activities and family engagements.
Jewish Living Experiences at Polsky Religious School include:
The greatest success in Jewish education is accomplished through a strong partnership with each child’s family. Working together, we will inculcate the finest Jewish values and knowledge in our students. We invite your family to become part of the Beth Shalom family as we experience the richness of the Jewish year together as a community.