The Irving Seligman Religious School
Temple Micah’s objective is to provide all of our children with a basic Jewish Education in holidays, Hebrew, history, and values in the Reform tradition, as well as Bar/Bat Mitzvah preparation without placing undue financial pressures on parents. We strive to provide a positive Jewish experience for our students and their families. Classes meet weekly. The first day of school this year is Tuesday, September 12, 2023.
Two ways to register:
Online: Click here and pay by credit card or check
Please send any questions to our Religious School Director,
Jaclyn Leibowitz at TMRSDirector@gmail.com
“My family joined Temple Micah when my son was in 1st grade so he could attend religious school, we also had an infant at the time. Being part of a Jewish community was important to us, and I was yearning for a connection which we found as soon as we started TM. Sue, our Religious School director, is 100% hands on, engaging with each student and family even those too young to attend. Communication and love overflows from Sue down through each teacher and Madrich. What I find most personal is EVERY type of learner is welcomed at Temple Micah’s religious school, Sue and her team will be sure there is a spot for everyone, that their needs are met, and that their confidence is fostered so they will be successful. We feel so lucky to be part of the Temple Micah community!”— Sara Miller
“Seven years ago my husband and I were looking for a Hebrew school for our son. We fell in love with Temple Micah immediately for its warm, caring, and nurturing environment. We aren’t very religious but we wanted our children to get a good Jewish education with like-minded people. We were welcomed with open arms. Our son had one of the first Zoom bar mitzvahs and the Rabbi and Religious School Director did an outstanding job under very challenging circumstances. They totally rose to the occasion and they both continue to amaze us with their constant dedication to Temple Micah. They are always running local events to keep us united. We get a weekly newsletter to keep us in the loop even during the summer. We feel very lucky to be part of the Temple Micah community.”— Cindy and Jason Pukel