Kolot Chayeinu’s programs for our children and their families are a crucial part of our community. As a Jewish community, we believe strongly in teaching and passing on our tradition to the next generation. Children learn to be Jews from parents, school and community, and we are dedicated to enabling learning from all three.
For questions about early childhood through first grade, Shabbat Sehli, What's Up?!, and teen programming, contact Director of Learning and Action Franny Silverman.
For Kitah Bet-Hay, B’nai Mitzvah years 1 and 2, and general Children’s Learning Program (CLP) inquiries, contact CLP Principal Yoyneh Hersh.
We aim to provide a foundation for a progressive and thoughtful Jewish identity, interweaving the teaching in our Children’s Learning Program (CLP) with that taking place in the larger Kolot community.
Kolot Chayeinu families have diverse structures, genders, religious beliefs, and economic, cultural, racial and ethnic backgrounds. Therefore, we strive to provide learning that enhances and reflects our communal diversity.
You must be a member of Kolot Chayeinu to enroll your child(ren) in the Learning Program, grades Kitah Aleph and above. For more information about our program, please contact our Director of Learning and Action, Franny Silverman, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Kolot K'tanim, Torah Tots, and Kitah Aleph (formerly StorahSteps)
- Children's Learning Program
- B'nai Mitzvah Program & Teens
- Adult Learning