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Temple Sinai Religious School

Temple Sinai Religious School believes in providing a program where all learners create lifelong, joyous Jewish memories, along with feeling at home in any global Jewish setting through a warm and caring environment, in order to give our students a meaningful educational, social, and spiritual experience. Our school offers classes for Kindergarten through 10th grade students.

We utilize the ShalomLearning curriculum, a dynamic, values based curriculum. ShalomLearning helps students see the connections between their daily life and Jewish tradition and wisdom. Blending classroom instruction and family engagement with technology support, the ShalomLearning approach focuses on seven core Jewish values:

  • Teshuvah: Taking responsibility for our actions.
  • B'tzelem Elohim: Honoring the Image of God in ourselves and others.
  • Gevurah: Using Strength to do what's right.
  • Achrayut: Making the world a better place.
  • Hakarat HaTov: Seeking Joy and being graceful.
  • Koach HaDibbur: The power of words.
  • Shalom: Contributing to a more peaceful world.

We hope you will join our program and discover the wonderful educational opportunities, supportive community, and dynamic connection to Judaism that Temple Sinai Religious School offers you, your children, and your entire family. Please contact us if you have would like any additional information. 

If you have any questions or concerns please call the office 303.759.1827 or email  We are here to help you in any way we can. We look forward to having you and your students at Temple Sinai Religious School for another awesome year.


Ron Leff, RJE
Director of Education

Religious School Calendar

Click here to view the 2021-22 Religious School calendar.

September, 2021
Sunday, September 12 - Staff Orientation (No Religious School)
Sunday, September 19 - Religious School (K-7)
Wednesday, September 22 - Sinai Teen Academy Noar Night (8-10)
Sunday, September 26 - Religious School (K-7)

October, 2021
Sunday, October 3 - Religious School (K-6) / No 7th Grade
Sunday, October 10 - Religious School (K-7)
Sunday, October 17 - Virtual Religious School (K-6)
Sunday, October 24 - No Religious School - Fall Break
Wednesday, October 27 - Sinai Teen Academy Noar Night (8-10)
Sunday, October 31 - Religious School (K-7)

Religious School Family Newsletter

Keep up to date with Religious School!!
Click HERE for the Religious School Newsletter.

The Mensch Challenge

Our focus at Temple Sinai Religious School is on positive behaviors - teaching them, learning them and acknowledging them. Teachers and staff will always be looking for Mensch-like behaviors. In Yiddish, “mensch” means “person,” but if someone calls you a mensch, what they really mean is that you are a good person. A mensch is someone who treats others with kindness and respect. A mensch considers his or her actions and tries to do the right thing in every situation.

Click for more information on The Mensch Challenge!

Sun, October 24 2021 18 Cheshvan 5782