Mitzner Family Religious School
The mission of The Mitzner Family Religious School is to foster the development and ongoing growth of Jewish identity for everyone associated with our programs: children, parents and teachers. The cornerstones of this program are faith in God, love of Torah, and identification with the Jewish people and Israel through involvement in the synagogue and Jewish life. Our Religious School is a Sunday - only Judaics and Hebrew program that meets during the school year. Kindergarten, first and second grade classes operate on a shift schedule. Our formal Hebrew training begins in third grade; third through seventh grade students are in school from 8:45 - 12:30pm.
Check back for the Religious School and Road to Confirmation calendars for 2013-2014 coming soon.
>> Packet Includes: Registration Information, Curriculum Description, Registration Form, Special Needs Form, Volunteer Form, and Credit Card Form.
If your child has an IEP in secular school, or receives special support in school, please fill out the Special Needs information form as part of their registration.
Please note that there will be no increase in tuition rates for the 2013-14 school year. You are asked to submit a registration fee of $50.00 per student (not to exceed $100.00 per family) by May 12, 2013. Communicating your intent to send your child to the Mitzner Family Religious School by May 12, 2013 allows us to plan and begin to purchase supplies/books well in advance of the school year. In some cases this will enable the synagogue to take advantage of sales which occur during the summer.
Parents of rising 9th graders: Madrichim (religious school teacher's assistant) applications will be sent to students upon receipt of the student’s registration for Road to Confirmation.
Parents of rising 8th graders: For student to be considered for a Madrich position when they are 9th graders, the student must participate in Road to Confirmation.
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One of the requirements for B'nai Mitzvah is to complete a community service project. CLICK HERE to read about some of the "Mitzvah projects" done by TKC students.
Download the 2009 B'nai Mitzvah Study CD here!
Listen to the Shabbat Evening Kiddush here!
Listen to the Shabbat Evening Kiddush (Chanted) here!
Listen to the Chatzi Kaddish here!
Listen to the Chatzi Kaddish (Chanted) here!
Listen to the Bar'chu here!
Listen to the Ma'ariv Aravim here!
Listen to the Ahavat Olam here!
Listen to the Sh'ma here!
Listen to the V'ahavta here!
Listen to the V'ahavta (Chanted) here!
Listen to the Hashkivenu here!
Listen to the Kidushat HaShem (Atah Kadosh) here!
Listen to the Hoda'ah Friday here!
Listen to the Aleinu here!
Listen to the Aleinu (Chanted) here!
Listen to the Shehu Noteh Shamayim here!
Listen to the Shehu Noteh Shamayim (Chanted) here!
Listen to the G'ulah Saturday here!
Listen to the Avot here!
Listen to the Avot (Chanted) here!
Listen to the L'dor Vador here!
Listen to the Eloheinu...R'tzei here!
Listen to the Avodah (R'tzei) here!
Listen to the Hoda'ah Saturday here!
Listen to the Birkat Shalom (Sim Shalom) here!
Listen to the Torah Blessing here!
Listen to the Torah Blessing (Chanted) here!
Listen to the Blessing before the reading of Haftarah here!
Listen to the Blessing after the reading of Haftarah here!
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Last Updated: May 9, 2013 (RSH)