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Grades 6 and 7

6th and 7th Grade (Prozdor) Program

Detailed Prozdor calendar is only visible to those logged-in to ShulCloud.
 

 

Tuesday Prozdor- 2024-2025

Tuesdays (in-person) at CBS from 4:30pm-6:30pm

Classes will include Hebrew and text learning, special units, and elective courses (Electives vary each semester and include offerings such as: comparative religions, text study, Israeli music, visual midrash, modern Hebrew slang, and more.)

Saturday Prozdor- 2024-2025

Classes will meet in-person, at CBS, from 9:45am-12:15pm

Parents are requested to attend select classes with their child

6th Grade classes will include Mitzvot, Tefillah, Parnters and Parasha, synagogue skills, and time in the sanctuary

7th Grade classes will include Partners in Parasha, time in the sanctuary, Conservative Judaism, and Synagogue Skills

*students currently attending a Jewish Day School are expected to participate on Shabbat mornings.

  1. Please take this opportunity register, if you haven’t done so yet. Visit this page for details on how to register. Click here to log on to your ShulCloud account and begin the registration process.
  2. We take your health and safety very seriously and are working on a detailed COVID policy for in-person Prozdor learning.
  3. As reminder, participation in Prozdor is a requirement for the CBS Bar/Bat Mitzvah process. If you have any questions or concerns about the program, registration, financial aid, COVID policies, and/or what will work for your family in the upcoming year, please let us know! We’d be happy to find a time to talk.

 

Prozdor provides students with opportunities to delve deeper into various subjects within Judaism.

Weekend morning courses are facilitated by a variety of Rabbis and educators in the CBS community.  At the beginning of each semester a calendar will be provided with the session topics, facilitators, times and locations. In addition to class time, students spend time in the sanctuary familiarizing themselves with the Shabbat morning service and supporting their peers who are celebrating their B’nai Mitzvah.

Parent Participation: Parents of 6th and 7th grade Prozdor students are strongly encouraged to attend the first hour of class with their teen each Saturday (or Sunday) morning. They are also invited to stay for the the third class beginning at 11:40 each week.

Prozdor Celebrations of Learning: Tuesday students will have 2 opportunities during the year to share their learning with parents, classmates, and teachers. Dates will be shared on our academic calendar.

Participation in Prozdor is a requirement of our B’nai Mitzvah program.

FAQ

Q: How do I know what is taught in each grade level?

A: Download our details Religious School and Prozdor curriculum overview here

Q: I’m not sure what will work for my family or have other questions.

A: Let Rachel know and she will be happy to find a time to meet via phone and discuss the options and/or answer any questions.

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Tuition Pricing for 2024-2025 (Registration open now!)

CBS believes that Jewish education should be accessible to all. The synagogue’s budget offsets the cost of Religious School to keep it affordable, reflected in the “standard tuition.” The actual cost to educate each child, retain excellent teachers, and provide quality, innovative programming is higher than the standard tuition, reflected in the “unsubsidized tuition.” Members who are willing and able to are invited to pay the unsubsidized tuition or make a tax exempt donation. As always, we want our Prozdor Program to be open and welcoming to all, and scholarship funds will be available to anyone who might need some financial assistance. To discuss financial assistance or if you are interested in becoming members, please contact our membership director.

In addition, Prozdor tuition is adjusted depending on whether the student is enrolled in a Jewish Day school.

 

Standard Tuition

Unsubsidized Tuition

Student Attending Jewish Day School

$1,430

$2,300

Student Not Attending Jewish Day School

$1,800

$2,490

Mon, May 27 2024 19 Iyyar 5784