The curriculum is learned by connecting children with their Jewish roots and cultural heritage by focusing on subject areas covering all aspects of Jewish life and culture such as Hebrew language, history and bible studies, Yiddish culture and a variety of community driven activities that embrace Chesed, Tikkun Olam and Tzedekah.
OMJS celebrates the diversity of Jewish identity with all our families and students.
Enjoy the festivities that comprise holidays from A to Z from minor to major in a fun and creative way.
Patriarchs, Matriarchs, and Pirates… Jewish History at OMJS covers biblical history to the Holocaust and Israel and everything in between.
Israel and Current Events
Learn about the vibrant homeland of Israel through stories, song, dance and visits from Israeli friends.
Jewish Art and Music
Our parent led music program brings music from our past and present, from the solemn to the boisterous and gets our students participating with a smile on their face and in their heart.
Students learn to speak Hebrew like an Israeli. Where’s the chicken soup and pass the Kishke!
Yiddish Language & Culture
Remembering the roots of European Jews and their life with a sprinkling of the Yiddish your Bubbi and Zaide spoke.
Being Jewish Program
What does it mean to live a “Jewish” life? This program explores the customs and rituals of Jewish Life.
Direction on the basic preparation for a B’Nei MItzvah for families exploring their own unique experience.
Classes with Happy Children
JK – Grade 1
Through hands on learning, arts and crafts, and music, students receive a solid base of the traditions of Jewish Holidays and Shabbat. By the end of Grade 1 students will be able to…
Students review the Hebrew alphabet and add vowel sounds to build reading skills. Hebrew vocabulary is developed and Israeli life is experienced through music, crafts…
Students continue to build on their Hebrew reading and writing skills. Israeli life is explored through music, crafts, games, drama and Hebrew language vocabulary.
Students continue to build reading and writing skills. The Hebrew language program is theme based and includes Jewish holidays, family, seasons, food, time…
Jewish values and Tikun Olam (making our world a better place) is explored and experienced throughout the school year by participating in community events and school activities…
The Yiddish Program is delivered to each grade three times a year for four Sundays each session. Each session has a theme. Each theme is presented to each grade at its appropriate age level…