Today is September 25, 2017 -
Member of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism
177 Speedwell Avenue
Morristown, NJ 07960
The MJCBY Religious School is dedicated to working jointly with the family to teach our children the skills and values they will need as knowledgeable Jews, to become observant in the home, active in the synagogue and involved in the community. The School strives to inspire our children to love G-d, Torah, the land of Israel and Am Yisrael and to develop a positive self-image as Jews. MJCBY is committed to providing quality, Conservative Jewish education for our children. We aim to nourish the mind, heart and spirit of each student. We strive to individualize learning in order to best meet the academic, social, and emotional needs of our students.
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Advanced Learning Program (ALP) For 8th-12th graders.
Led by Rabbi Shmuel Green, Director of Teen Initiatives, students learn about Israel and topics related to Israel and teens in an engaging manner. Dinner is provided. Open to the community.
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Comprehensive pre-school programs
Mommy, Daddy & Me (for 3-month to two-year-olds and parents monthly on Sundays) and Gan Katan (for three- and four-year-olds weekly on Sundays) programs are designed to expose our pre-K group to the colors, shapes, numbers, and senses of our Jewish world.
Gan (kindergarten), Alef (first grade) and Bet (second grade) meet weekly on Sunday mornings. The goal is to make the students feel at home in the synagogue, meet other Jewish children their age and to delight in the holidays and other aspects of Jewish life. All students are also introduced to the Alef-Bet and basic Hebrew reading.
Award-Winning Hebrew School
Students in grades three through seven meet on Sundays from 9:45 am – 12:00 pm and on Wednesdays from 4-6 pm. They also meet on Shabbat for junior congregation from 10:00-11:30 am. Students in grades 3-5 may choose to attend up to 2 Friday night services and students in grades 6-7 choose up to 4. The curriculum for third through seventh grades includes Hebrew reading, prayer, holidays, Bible, Mitzvot, Israel, life cycles, Holocaust and human identity, Judaism through art, etc. Added to the curriculum is our Advanced Learning Program (ALP) Post Graduate Program for 8th to 12th graders. One Monday night a month Rabbi Greene from J-Teen, meet for dinner, socialization and discussion of important events.
We offer academic enrichment including Israeli Dancing and music. Occasional enrichment includes “Torah Yoga” and “Living Legacy” programs. Fun enhancements like Pajamas and Parsha, where children come in PJS to study Torah, or Slippers, Bracha and Bagel day, where students relax and learn brachot, a visiting Jewish author day, and a full technology center, make our religious school experience unlike any other.
Additionally, we pride ourselves in individualizing our program to meet the needs of each student. We offer full special services, shadows and enrichment. Feel free to contact the Co-Directors of Education, Michelle Nulman or Gail Sulkin and to see how we can help your child fulfill his or her Jewish potential. Starting in September of 2013 we introduced a new program Y’ad B’Yad for children with special needs.