Project Kulanu

Earlier this summer, The Bet Torah Religious School launched a new initiative called Project Kulanu.

Project Kulanu, (Kulanu means ‘all together’ in Hebrew) was developed to ensure that our Religious School program represents the holistic values and needs of our families today and in the future. A committee of religious school parents have volunteered to support the program, and we have partnered with the Jewish Education Project, a proven leader in Jewish education programming, to help us identify best practices.

A core piece of the program is to gather community feedback and representative viewpoints that may shape new programs and ideas. The first phase of the research is currently underway.

While Project Kulanu has officially just launched, Gina, our staff and the Board of Education have been working since the beginning of last school year to innovate and implement new programs based on new learning models. We are excited about expanding these new initiatives while continuing to build upon the things that make our school such a special and unique place to learn Jewish values.

Stay tuned for more updates from Project Kulanu throughout the 2017-2018 school year. For any additional questions, or to offer your own input and perspective, please contact Amy Horowitz, Ari Kellner or Gina Fass at [email protected]

Thank you



-Project Kulanu FAQs

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