Shalom from our Religious School Family!
At FVJC, we provide a dynamic and engaging environment for all ages. The school emphasizes learning through active participation in every aspect of Jewish life. Our curriculum begins as early as pre-school and continues up through our experiential teen program. Our lower school, grades p re-K-3, meets on Sunday each week and our upper school, grades 4-7 , meets on Wednesday and Sunday each week.
The Family Education Program under the auspices of the Religious School is designed to support and encourage families to find Jewish ways to increase knowledge of Judaica, increase community affiliation and help people of all ages find their own spiritual journey.
Family Education here at FVJC- Emek Shalom is an ongoing experience for our families, where parents are regularly invited to participate in activities, worship, and events. These events, led by our clergy team and teachers provide opportunities for families to learn and grow together, building their knowledge of Jewish rituals, observance, customs, values, and ethics. Our programs nurture a feeling of community within the congregation.
Director of Lifelong Learning, Alexis Aaeng
Alexis is responsible for overall management, staffing and coordinaion of our Religious School and youth programs as well as providing adult learning opportunities. She recently worked at the Yiddish Book Center in Amherst, MA as Communication and Educational Programs Fellow specializing in the social media and digital collections, as well as organizing and conducting workshops for both adults and children. She ran a three week in-residence learning program for teens and creates content for all of the Center’s social media platforms and developed workshops for students for the teachgreatjewishbooks.org. Alexis graduated magna cum laude in History at the University of Colorado at Boulder with majors in Jewish Studies and History and was valedictorian of Jewish Studies. At the University she was Vice Chair of the Jewish Studies Student Advisory Board, worked with with the Post Holocaust American Judaism Archive and served as Promotion Director and Social Media Coordinator of the University radio station.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (860) 651-4218
Pre-k $375 (Sunday)
Grades K-2 $515 (Sunday)
Grade 3 $575 (includes $60 for siddur) (Sunday)
Grades 4-7 $625 (Sunday & Wednesday)
There is a tuition cap of $1250 per family for grades 1-7 only. MC Teens and Confirmation registration are NOT included in this cap.
MC Teens/ JT Connect Grade 8,9,11,12 $300
Confirmation grade 10 $375