Arthur I. Meyer Jewish Academy Hebrew and Judaic Studies Curriculum Overview

One of the principles upon which the Arthur I. Meyer Jewish Academy was founded is to provide our students with a strong foundation in Hebrew language and Jewish literacy. Mastery in Hebrew, Jewish history, traditional texts, religious and folk customs, and synagogue skills provide a tool set which has guided and sustained our people for thousands of years.

In the context of a positive learning environment and integration of the Hebrew and Judaic Studies curriculum with secular academic subjects, our learners come to understand what it means to be a Jew in contemporary times, perceiving and responding to the world through the moral and ethical guidelines of our tradition.

The Hebrew and Judaic Studies curriculum at the Meyer Academy is designed so that material in each successive grade level builds on the ones before, broadening and deepening the learners' understanding and appreciation. In most grades, native speakers teach Hebrew language. In Judaic Studies and Te'fillah (prayer), each grade level has learning objectives, and our Hebrew/Judaic Studies teachers have the input and support of the Hebrew/Judaic Studies Principal, community rabbis, other Jewish educators, and additional outside resources.

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