The Religious School of Congregation Dorshei Tzedek strives to connect students to the joy of Jewish living and learning through an innovative curriculum that emphasizes creativity and experiential learning. As Reconstructionist educators, we emphasize Jewish peoplehood and community and are committed to making Judaism relevant and meaningful for our students and their parents.
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Schedule and Locations for 5776 / 2015
All grades from Pre-K through 7th grade meet on Sunday mornings from 9:30 am-noon. Grades 3-6 also meet on Tuesday afternoons from 3:45-5:45.
Sunday classes meet at the Jewish Community Day School, 57 Stanley Avenue, Watertown.
Tuesday classes meet at the First Unitarian Society of Newton, 1326 Washington Street, W. Newton. (directions)
5777 School Registration (Fall 2016)
An online form for 5777 school registration will be available shortly
“No-membership” trial year option: Families whose children enter Nitzanim, Gan, Kitah Alef, Kitah Bet or Kitah Gimmel (Pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd or 3rd grade) may participate in our educational program as non-members for one year. After that, they are expected to formally become members of our community.
Our Religious School Program
Our Director of Congregational Learning, Rabbi Shahar Colt, would be happy to describe our program and answer your questions. You are encouraged to contact her at dcl [at] dorsheitzedek.org.
School Closings Due to Weather
In case of inclement weather, check the school phone line 617-965-5443 for a message about school cancellations. For weekday classes, parents will also be notified by email if school is cancelled.