Kitah for Home:Plus – A Comprehensive Jewish Learning Program
Kitah for Home Plus is a revolutionary new way to bring meaningful Jewish learning to Jewish children who do not attend formal Jewish Day School. It provides a comprehensive solution to parents looking for a serious Jewish studies program for their Middle School (Grades 5-8) aged children at an affordable price.
Kitah for Home:Plus includes:
- Three online, self-guided Jewish studies lessons per week
- One live Zoom class lesson for follow up, explanation and a deeper understanding of the material
- Educational monitoring, guidance and oversight
- Periodic student evaluation to monitor progress
- Ongoing communication with parents
- One price for the entire family
How Does it Work?
Each Monday, children (and their parents) will receive links for three Jewish studies lessons in Mishnah, Gemara and Chumash. Each lesson takes about 30 minutes to complete.
On Thursdays or Sundays (choose the day best for your family’s schedule – see the here) students study in a group with Rabbi Spolter via Zoom for approximately 30 minutes.
When does the Program Begin?
Our initial semester, which will meet from January – June 2021, begins on Monday, January 4th, 2021.
What courses will the Students Learn?
Students in the program receive weekly lessons in each of the following subjects:
1. Chumash Shemot with Rabbi Johnny Solomon
2. Mishnah Berachot with Rabbi Reuven Spolter
3. Gemara Berachot Chapter 4 with Rabbi Reuven Spolter
While most students study all three subjects, some children study two of the three subjects, based on their preferences and learning ability.
Kitah for Home Plus is $189/monthly for the entire family.
“I’d like to learn more! How do we register?”
Please fill out the form below, and we’ll contact you shortly to schedule a phone or Zoom call to learn more about your children and your family’s educational needs. After the call, we’ll send you a registration form, as well as a link to set up a monthly payment.
If you have any questions please email Rabbi Reuven Spolter.