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Our Religious School follows Boulder County Health Department’s recommendations. As such, we will be continuing with a mask mandate at this time. Please see the most the recent BCHD statement regarding the recommended use of masks HERE 

Bonai Religious School is committed to the safety and wellbeing of all students and teachers and therefore follows the BVSD guidelines.  Parents will fill out a Health Form each time and for each child attending Religious School, attesting that their child is healthy. In person learning will include masks wearing in and out doors and cleaning procedures. To help with better air circulation  all classrooms are equipped with filter machines To eliminate sharing materials, students will receive  their own bag that will include pencils, erasers, crayons, markers etc. Snacks will be provided in individual wrapping. Returning to school after having COVID symptoms requires a negative COVID test. Without this students will not be allowed to attend classes. If there are any concerns of  COVID in school, parents will be immediately notified. Anyone diagnosed with COVID 19 will be asked to stay at home until no longer infectious. Cleaning- In addition to regular cleaning of the shul/ school, classrooms will be supplied with cleaning materials, so desks and other sharing materials will be cleaned regularly. Students will be reminded to wash their hands. Students shall bring their own water bottle.

CLICK HERE To learn about our curriculum. Realizing that Jewish learning is lifelong, the building blocks of Hebrew, Talmud Torah, Mitzvot, Prayer, Traditions, and Celebrations begin with our youngest students.  Each year, the curriculum adds to student knowledge while building skills to ensure they feel proud and comfortable within their Jewish identity.  Inclusion is the framework through which educational activities are planned so that every student can learn in a safe and respectful environment.  

All of our students will meet on Sunday mornings beginning Fall 2021. On Wednesdays, our older students expand their learning and increase their Hebrew reading skills.  Ask the students of CBS’s Religious School what they like best about the school, and you will get many different answers because the teachers employ a number of different strategies and activities designed to engage all learners.

With the recognition that Jewish learning develops through individual challenge within the support of the community, we have a strong madrichim training program which brings our teens into the school to learn leadership skills, engage in Jewish education, and contribute to our younger students’ education through their role modeling. Parents are also an integral part of the school through participation in various volunteer opportunities in the classroom and in fundraising that help enrich the students’ learning; by engaging in family activities; and by providing feedback and support.

The teaching staff is diverse and highly knowledgeable both in Judaism and pedagogy.   Within their collaborative environment, the sharing of ideas, strategies, and experience helps provide the students with the best possible inclusive learning environment. Click here to learn more about our curriculum.

Come and see the school.  Call Esther Benari-Altmann, the Director of Education, at 303-442-6605, X1104 for information

Fri, December 9 2022 15 Kislev 5783