“Rabbi Elazar said Rabbi Hanina said: Torah scholars increase peace in the world, as it is said: ‘And all your children [banayich] shall be taught of Adonai, and great shall be the peace of your children.’ (Isa. 54:13) Do not read your children [banayich], but your builders [bonayich].”
~Talmud Brakhot 64a
The value of teaching Torah l’dor vador, from generation to generation, means that parents, teachers and the rabbi are partners in the Jewish education of our children. Sinai School exists to teach the next generation Jewish values and the relevance of Torah, (Jewish teachings), Avodah (prayer) and gemilut chasadim (deeds of loving-kindness). Our classes provide a deeper understanding of Jewish culture and practice for meaningful lives and character development. Sinai School helps build Jewish community among our families and Jewish children while building positive Jewish identity in all our children. Together, we are creating the future builders of the Jewish people.
It begins in Kindergarten and continues through the 7th grade. Meeting on Sunday mornings during the school year, children engage in developmentally-appropriate learning in both Judaism and Hebrew language competencies. The classes are: K-1st, 2nd-3rd grades, 4th-5th grades, and 6th-7th grades.
Sinai School meets from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm on Sundays, except on certain holiday weekends and school holidays.
To find out more, please email our Sinai School at this link or call 775-747-5508.
- Click the “Family Calendar” section below to view the current year’s complete Family Calendar.
- For Sinai School prices and registration, click the links in the “School Registration” section below.
Schedule for Each Day (unless there is a Family Day celebration):
- 9:30 am – 10:00 am – All-School Services in the Sanctuary (Parents, please come in and sit with your kids for our short, interactive weekday morning service!)
- 10:00 am – 11:20 am – Grade-level Judaic Studies (Parents, feel free to stick around in the library or head home.)
- 11:20am – 11:30am – Snack
- 11:30 am – 12:30 am – Hebrew Hour