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CHAI SCHOOL

Our Middle and High School program is integrated with real-world and hands-on experiences, critical thinking skills & collaboration with others. We make learning personal, relevant, and applicable. Programming is offered within Chai School’s Five Pathways:

 

  • Israel: What is my connection to Israel – the land, history, people, culture, music, politics, dance, and religions?
  • Peoplehood: How am I connected to “Am Yisrael” the People of Israel?
  • Past, Present & Future: How will the history of the Jewish people help me navigate the present and prepare for the future?
  • Connectedness: What does it mean to be spiritually connected? What touches my soul, grounds me, and makes me sense the Divine?
  • Tikkun Olam: What will I do to be a responsible citizen in the world?
  • Make Choices! You are in the driver’s seat allowing you to make guided choices about what you want to learn.
  • Build Relationships! Participate in an expanded social network and community where both academic & social learning is crucial.

REGISTRATION 2021-2022

Members must be logged into their accounts to register online. Or you can find a paper registration in the course catalog below.  
 

Koli-My Voice

Our first meeting is on October 17, 2021 at 7:00 PM

If you’re worried about the world we’re living in, talk to your child and your perspective will be renewed. As parents and educators, we know that our students are the future, but how can this be true if we don’t include them in our present?

Children are innately curious about the world. Our world. We’ve noticed that children begin to become aware of problems around 9 years old and develop a sense of agency in which they yearn to be part of the solution. Many of our students learn about recycling efforts, fundraisers for different organizations, or are encouraged to use reusable straws to save the turtles. It has become abundantly clear that students crave an outlet to give them the opportunity to go beyond passive involvement, to make a difference in our world. Our students are asking questions:

  • What are civil rights?
  • What is the Black Lives Matter movement?
  • Why are people angry on the news?
  • How we fight Anti-Semitism?
  • How can we help?

We will be forming hybrid workshops to help students learn more about social justice and how they could take action to make their community a better place. Our objective is to help your children feel respected, included, empowered, open-minded, and compassionate and know that they can make a difference in our world.

The first meeting is on October 17, 2021 7:00 PM. We will meet in-person in the Sisterhood/Hatkoff Room or online in an immersive hybrid experience.

  • For those wanting to meet in person, please email Arnie.
  • For an immersive hybrid experience from your home, register here
Tue, January 18 2022 16 Shevat 5782