Dear Friends,

Thank you for your interest in the Chabad Hebrew School. 
At Chabad Hebrew School, we firmly believe that your child's Jewish learning experience should be fun, upbeat, and interesting.
 
At Chabad Hebrew School, families of all backgrounds and affiliations are made to feel welcome. Tuition is affordable and synagogue membership is optional. Families are welcome to attend services at the Chabad synagogue.
 
It is our goal and hope to instill each child with a pride of their Jewish heritage in a fun and enjoyable manner. We hope to help your child bring you much continued Nachas (joy).
 
NEW this year for the 2018-19 season:
A focus on STEAM-including any or many of these methods of teaching throughout the year! Adding Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and yes, a little bit of Math too will make for a creative and enlightening new curriculum at Chabad.
 
We are so excited to implement these hands-on opportunities for our children and to have them learn interpersonal skills and problem solving too! We cannot wait for September!
 
The cost of one Shabbat dinner for a family of two adults & two children is included in the tuition as well as admission to the Purim party.  
Looking forward to a great year together. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at 973-694-6274 or Chani@Jewishwayne.com.
Sincerely yours,
Chani Gurkov 
Director
 
P.S. If you have any friends or acquaintances that may be interested in Hebrew School, please contact me with their information and I will reach out to them as soon as possible.

 

 
 
THE CHABAD CENTER
More than anyone else, Chabad is known for its ability to:
  • Transmit traditional ideals in a modern world
  • Relate to every Jewish child and adult, and make them feel welcome and important
  • Bring people together to share Judaism in a fun and exciting way, regardless of background, affiliation or observance
Chabad is where Judaism comes alive with warmth, enthusiasm, and a sense of purpose. It is where your child can and will grow to be proud of his or her Judaism and flourish as a productive member of a contemporary society.