Religious school is the spiritual community where members of our WCT families explore becoming moral, confident individuals in relationship with one another and the world. We believe that Judaism provides the framework and the language for spiritual development that strengthens a person, our temple community, and the world at large. We are proud to do this through a Reform Jewish lens.

Kindling (K-2nd grades) and SPARK  (3rd-6th grades) are our family learning experiences. SPARK stands for “Students and Parents, Acting, Relating and Konnecting.”  Three to four times a year, parents are welcomed to religious school for special, experiential learning sessions that build family connections and a stronger temple community. They are a highlight of the year and often take the form of song sessions, concerts, craft projects, genealogy investigations, and social action.

The Religious School Board is comprised of diverse individuals from our temple. The school board oversees the vision and implementation of our school program and sponsors various community-building events like our annual Book Fair.

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