CKids  Hebrew School:

Ages 5-13 • Sundays 10:30-12:30pm • Tuition: $675.00 per school year + $50 book fee

Bar/Bat Mitzvah:
Prepare your child for the most important day of young adulthood. The transition from child to teenager is an important milestone in any child's life. We offer private lessons to prepare your child for this momentous occasion. Additional fee apply for Bar/Bat Mitzvah instruction.

Parent/School Communication:
Communication between parents and school is very important to insure that Hebrew School be a meaningful and pleasant experience for your child. Please call me if you have any concerns regarding your child's performance and/or progress. Please note that some of our school notices will be sent home with your child.

Behavior Expectation:
Chabad Hebrew School strives to create an atmosphere that reflects our traditional Jewish values. Our students understand that respect for teachers, for each other, and for all school property, is essential for a successful learning environment. We expect each student to treat fellow students and teachers with courtesy. We expect all rules and regulations for student behavior to be complied with in class and during school events.

Books and Supplies:
Hebrew School Folder - All textbooks and workbooks will be provided by the school at the beginning of the year. All books are to be treated with respect. If your child loses a book, you will be charged for a new one.

All boys should bring their own Kippah to wear in class. If you do not have one, one will be provided for you.

A Kosher snack is provided for your child each day. We request that you do not send in any additional snacks or drinks due to Kashrut and health reasons

If your child is allergic to any food or beverages, please be sure that is written on his/her medical form.

Birthday Club:
We will be celebrating the children's Hebrew Birthdays on the Sunday before their Hebrew birthday with a cake/cupcakes and certificate.

Regular attendance is crucial in accomplishing the goals of our educational program. There is direct correlation between attendance and achievement, interest and attitude. Furthermore, coming late and leaving early disrupts the entire class and disrupts your child's classroom routine. Your support of our attendance policy will be greatly appreciated.

Please notify the teacher if your child will be absent for any length of time due to illness or vacation, so she can plan accordingly.

Teachers take attendance each week. Each child receives an attendance card with four blanks. Each week your child comes to Hebrew School, the teacher’s signature fills one blank, when all four blanks have been filled, your child gets to choose a special snack.

Early Pick Up:
Early pick-up is not recommended as the child misses out and it is disturbing to the rest of the class. If however, you do need to pick up your child early, please send a note with an explanation and time you need to pick up. This will allow the teacher to be sure your child is ready and minimize the disruption to the rest of the class.

Please notify us in case of contagious disease so that we may notify the parents of other children in the class. Also be sure to let us know of any changes in your child’s medical condition during the year. Our classroom has a first aid kit and minor injuries will be attended to at the school. In the event of an emergency G‑d forbid, the parents will be contacted immediately. If neither the parents nor the emergency contacts listed on the medical form can be contacted, the child will be taken to the hospital.

School Records:
Parents should notify the school promptly, in writing, of any change in address, telephone number, as well as any change regarding emergency situations. Promptness and accuracy are necessary to keep records up to date and to communicate with the home when necessary.

Parents Responsibilities:
Parents are responsible for the following:
1. Bringing and picking up your child on time.
2. Following your child’s progress through contact with his/her teachers.|
3. Being supportive of the objectives of Chabad Hebrew School and its staff.
4. Taking an active part in your child’s Jewish education, whenever possible.

Hebrew School Responsibilities:
You can expect the school to fulfill the following:

1. Provide a positive, warm environment for your child
2. Give your child a viable knowledge of Hebrew reading, Prayers, Jewish History, Customs, Torah, Israel, and ethics.
3. Keep you informed of your child progress and class activities
4. Provide your child with knowledgeable teachers who are dedicated to providing your child with quality Jewish education and values.
5. Provide your family with opportunities to learn and experience Jewish life.

Refund Policy:
Should you decide to withdraw your child from Hebrew School, your refund will be pro-rated up to April 1.

After that date no refund will be allowed for school tuition. There are no refunds or credits for days missed due to illness, holidays or family vacations.

Classroom Visitation:
Parents wishing to visit a child's classroom may do so upon receiving permission beforehand. Teachers are not available to converse with parents while the class is in progress, but are happy to arrange an appointment or telephone conference with you.

Students who wish to bring a guest to school must obtain permission.

Looking forward to a wonderful year together at Ckids Hebrew School!

Best Wishes,

Chani Kaplan

If you have any further questions, please contact me at [email protected] or 250-589-7677