Family Education

You Shall Teach [the words of Torah] to your children
Deuteronomy 6:7

Rabbi Menahem Mendel of Kotzk taught: If you truly wish your children to study Torah, study it yourself in their presence. They will follow your example. Otherwise, they will not themselves study Torah but will simply instruct their children to do so.

Here at Temple Isaiah, we believe in “learning Torah, being Torah.” One of the best ways to make that motto come alive for our students and to show them that Jewish learning is a lifelong activity, is to create opportunities for parents and children to study together, and for children to see their parents engaged in learning Torah.

All family education programs are designed for students to learn alongside a parent or other significant adult family member/caregiver.

We hope that your experience at our Family Education programs will enrich your family long after the program ends.

 

2018–19 Calendar of Sunday Family Programs

Kindergarten — October 28, February 10

First Grade — November 4, March 10

Second Grade — October 28, January 13

Third Grade — November 11, January 13

Fourth Grade — October 14, February 24

Fifth Grade — December 2, February 3, April 7

Sixth Grade — November 4, March 31

Details about each program, including start and end times, will be sent out a few weeks in advance of each session.

If you have any questions about family programming for the coming year, please don’t hesitate to contact Family Educator Rachel Petroff Kessler, 301.317.1101.