Students Grades K – 7
Temple Beth El Religious School offers a diverse and creative Jewish education. If you have questions about Temple Beth El Religious School, please contact Rabbi Beth Nichols, Director of Lifelong Jewish Learning, at 704-749-3045 or Francine Solomon, Assistant to the Religious School, at 980-445-9870.
We are so glad you are part of our Temple Beth El Community and are enrolling your child/ren in our Religious School! We appreciate the opportunity to partner with you in the sacred task of educating our children. Please read the information below outlining our programs for the 2021-2022 school year and then complete the registration through your account on ShulCloud.
We are proud of how our students and faculty navigated the challenges of the past year and were able to create a positive learning community together. Nonetheless, we are truly looking forward to being together in our buildings on a weekly basis next year. We are also planning to implement lessons learned during the pandemic and, for example, will continue to offer some Hebrew classes online.
Registration is now open through your ShulCloud account! After signing into your account, select “My Account,” followed by “My Enrollments.” We encourage you to complete your registration as soon as possible to help us with planning. Priority will be given to classmate requests and Hebrew Group requests submitted by July 15. Registration in Temple Beth El Religious School is a privilege of Temple Beth El membership. The Religious School Office will only be able to process enrollment forms, including classmate and group requests, once your 2021-2022 My Temple Commitment is confirmed and your 2020-2021 Temple Beth El account is in order. My Temple Commitment information will be available beginning June 7.
We cannot wait to welcome your children into a new year of learning! Please contact us with any questions.
Temple Beth El is a Reform Jewish Congregation, affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism. We embrace the “Goals of Reform Jewish Education” of the URJ.