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Himmelfarb and Chai School

The Himmelfarb and Chai School have moved online due to COVID-19. If you have any questions or concerns, please email our Interim Education Director, Rabbi Kelley Gludt.

Educate the child according to his way and
even when he grows old, he will not depart from it.

Proverbs 22:6

The Paul and Annetta Himmelfarb and Chai School is a place where students begin their journey on the path to lifelong Jewish involvement. We encourage exploration through a program that is both academically challenging and full of warmth and joy.

We believe a strong Jewish identity can develop through the teachings of Jewish texts and traditions reinforced by a thriving Jewish environment and peer group. The path to this goal is marked by students' understanding of religious beliefs and traditions; their ability to practice religious observances in the home and in the synagogue; and the comprehension of the concepts of Tefillah—prayer. Our team of talented and creative faculty provide a high-quality learning environment, and we join with parents to help our students transform the texts they study into actions in the world around them.

Our unique approach includes:

• Small class sizes from Pre-Gan through 12th grade
• Individualized learning tailored to your child's needs
• Intergenerational programming
• Experiential programming
• Enthusiastic and experienced educators

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Meet Rabbi Kelley Gludt, Interim Education Director

Financial Assistance
As part of Tifereth Israel’s goal to serve as a Jewish resource and a source of local Jewish community, we strive to ensure that finances are never a barrier to participation in the synagogue, Himmelfarb School or other programming. If you are in need of support, please reach out to Executive Director Jevera Temsky for a confidential discussion of financial options. You are also welcome to reach out to Interim Education Director Rabbi Kelley Gludt.

Mon, December 6 2021 2 Tevet 5782