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Focus On Temple Israel Elementary School

Temple Israel of the City of New York is a Jewish synagogue in Manhattan with educational programs from early childhood through high school. The educational center is called the Temple Israel Lifelong Learning Center.

The Lifelong Learning Center offers the following childhood development programs:

The Learning Program for Grades K-6

Kindergarten at Temple Israel is a one-day-a-week program. Students meet on Monday or Tuesday from 4:15 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. and learn about Jewish music and art, Jewish holidays, and Torah.

First through third grades also meet once a week during the same times. Students develop a foundation in Jewish identity and take field trips. In second grade, the Chai Judaica Curriculum is introduced.

Fourth through sixth graders meet in a traditional program twice a week. Students meet at the same time as all other students but on Mondays and Wednesdays. The program is designed around the Chai Judaica Curriculum and the Mitkadem Hebrew Curriculum. Students take field trips, learn about prayer, study Hebrew, and take enrichment programs.

The TiLearn Program is a curriculum for students in grades four through six. It integrates with the Shalom Learning Curriculum and incorporates technology into the curriculum. Students learn Jewish values and includes a distance learning component.

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