The safety of our students, their families and our Hebrew School staff, is of our highest priority. Please see below the precautions that we will be taking. We will be constantly reassessing the COVID-19 situation and make changes accordingly.
o Prior to sending your child each week, we will ask you to fill out an online form that your child is fever-free and has not been in contact with anyone with COVID19. If your child has symptoms or has been exposed, we ask that you wait until your child is tested or the symptoms resolve.
o Parents and other visitors may not enter the building, if you would like to reach us during school hours, please text Rabbi Yehuda.
o PICK-UP: Students are brought outdoors to their parents/cars keeping social distancing.
o All students will remain with their class and there will be no mixing between classes.
o Children have individual boxes of basic supplies,
o While indoors all staff and students must wear masks
o We are grateful for our outdoor spaces and will be using it as frequently as we can.
Cleaning & Sanitizing
o We will be frequently cleaning and disinfecting all areas
o Hand sanitizer and soap will be available in every classroom.
o Disinfectant wipes and spray are available to each teacher so they can wipe down all handles and bars between uses and for all surfaces used.
o In the case of exposure, all sick children and staff will be isolated immediately and will not return to school without testing and medical guidance.
o We will coordinate with health officials for possible classroom or school closure
o Parents will be notified immediately of potential exposure
o If your child has a fever or is ill, please keep them home until they are showing no signs or symptoms.
o Children must be symptom free (without the aid of a fever reducing medication) for 24 hours.
o If your child develops an excessive and unusual runny nose, cough or sneeze, fever, vomiting, diarrhea, rash, loss of taste or smell, or any other symptoms typical of COVID-19, the student will be immediately separated from the group until they can be picked up by a parent or guardian.
o If you, your spouse or other members of your family have a temperature or are sick, we request that you keep your child/ren home.
The success of in person Hebrew School depends upon all families openly and honestly communicating whether anyone in their home has tested positive or even has any related symptoms.
With everyone following all the necessary proactive precautions, we are confident that your child(ren) is being provided with an amazing, educational and exciting year at Chabad Hebrew School!
YOU MIGHT HAVE BEEN WONDERING…
My family is not religious; will I feel comfortable in the Chabad Hebrew School?
Our Chabad Center is inclusive and non-judgmental, and our programs are open to all Jews.
The teachings of Chabad are imbued with the renowned Jewish spirit and joy, but in no way is the commitment to an Orthodox lifestyle a prerequisite to one’s acceptance at the Center’s programs, activities & schools.
Please feel free to stop by to see for yourself the warmth and welcome everyone receives regardless of their personal religious affiliation and practices.
Do we have to be members of the Chabad Center to enroll our children in Hebrew School?
The Chabad’s No Membership Philosophy makes our programs accessible to all. Everyone is welcomed as family. Our unique approach and unconditional acceptance of every Jew has created a dynamic and flourishing Jewish community. We are constantly expanding our programs and services, such as our Hebrew School, to serve everyone and we invite you to join us at any time.
“Our children love going to Hebrew school each week. They are learning Jewish religion, language, and culture in a warm, nurturing environment.”
18 days ago
“As kids, both my husband and I didn’t have the greatest experiences at the Hebrew schools we attended. When we decided it was time to send our son to a Hebrew school, we took a lot of time researching and when the Hebrew school at Chabad became available, we were excited to explore this option. We met with Rabbi Yehuda and Chaya and discussed our experiences and outlined what we definitely don’t want for our son. Our son went happily the first day and has been going happily ever since. Rabbi Yehuda and Chaya pour their heart and souls into the Hebrew school, and it shows! The kids don’t learn by traditional methods, But rather participate in great meaningful activities, making learning fun!”
“Rabbi Yehuda always comes up with fun ideas on how to make us learn about our Jewish customs and our Jewish identity. Every week we learn the prayers together as a group and how to read and write in Hebrew individually, according to our level. We sing, play games, and learn so much about our Jewish history and what it means to be Jewish. I also learned how to make a delicious challah! Everyone is so nice and friendly. The teachers are like my family!”
Olivia, 5th grade