A Walk in the Woods
Sunday, November 1st
Our Kesher Students are working on creating their own takes on the Noah Story.
Take a walk through the woods with us as they show it off, Socially Distanced, of course!
We currently have limited spots available for Kesher Connections!
Please be in touch with our Director, Bryna Chalmer if you are interested!
All the available learning opportunities of Kesher After School, virtually.
Kesher Virtual includes:
One on One Hebrew tutoring,
Modern Hebrew Classes
Our teacher Shuly Rothman, is excited to work with your students and your schedule!
Class times will be flexible, giving you the opportunity to plan your child's day.
In-Person Learning Option
8:30am to 5pm
Tuesday through Thursday.
This option is for those who are choosing small group learning for their children.
Kesher Connections is not available to those who will be sending their child to any other day program.
From 8:30am - 2pm your child will get the attention of a General Education teacher. Our teachers will be enhancing the student's day, not only will they help with the online learning, the teachers will also be developing their own enrichment classes, including Art, Music, and Movement.
From 2pm - 5pm, our students will continue their Kesher After School programming. Included in this is a Modern Hebrew curriculum and our Judaics curriculum.
KESHER Means Connection
Kesher is a meeting place for young Jewish minds and spirits. It's a place to connect with Jewish ideas and identity, history and imagination, in a fun and exciting school environment.
We are home to a diverse and welcoming community of families and teachers. In a variety of Kesher programs, during the school year, from Preschool through 8th Grade, children learn Jewish culture and Hebrew language as an organic part of each day’s explorations, in a spirited, joy-filled environment. Our innovative curriculum challenges students intellectually while fostering a deep connection with the pleasures of learning, the rewards of active community participation, and the richness of the Jewish tradition. School families are Secular, Orthodox, Reform, Conservative, Reconstructionist, LGBTQ+, and Interfaith.