Registration and Handbook

To Register for Beit Rabban 5777/2016-2017, go to http://tinyurl.com/BeitRabban

TBZ’s Beit Rabban and Mishpachot programs offer family and child-centric programming that reflects the values and needs of our community.  With the help of the rabbis, education coordinator, and lay leaders, a shared vision for the program has emerged.

One of our core congregational values is experiential education.  All of our programs are based on the notion that through deeply experiencing a joyful, living Judaism we will be able to successfully engage both children and adults in Jewish life and community.  Our educational programming addresses the needs of every single member of TBZ, from ages 0 and up.  We believe that each experience at TBZ—whether on Shabbat or holidays, at Torah study or in Beit Rabban – is an opportunity to help our members build connections to the TBZ community and to engage more deeply in Judaism and Jewish life.

To view the Beit Rabban Handbook, please click Beit Rabban Handbook 5777.

Our Curriculum Overview can be found here:  Beit Rabban Curriculum Overiew, or click here to view the full, detailed curriculum: BeitRabbanCurriculum-UpdatedSummer2014.  If you would like more information, please contact Cantor Becky Khitrik at education@tbzbrookline.org.

Beit Rabban meets every Wednesday from 4-6pm, from September 14, 2016-May 31, 2017.  Once a month on Wednesdays, the entire school gathers together for the last twenty minutes of their class for Z’man B’yachad (Time Together) for an opportunity for students and parents to engage in communal learning and bonding.

 

 

Handbook

 

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Welcome to Beit Rabban, 2015-2016 / 5776! We are excited to be learning together this year.

Please click here to read the Beit Rabban Handbook, which includes an overview of the curriculum, logistics and policies, staff bios, contact information, and an introduction to the Mishpachot program.