Morning Minyan is at 9:00 AM and Evening Minyan is at 8:00 PM
Talmud Torah School Hours
Sunday 9:00 AM-12:15 PM (Grades K-6)
Tuesday 4:30-6:30 PM (Grades 3-6)
Tuesday 6:30-8:30 PM (Grades 7-10)
Talmud Torah Office Contact Information
Moshe Ben-Lev 301-816-5574, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rabbi Penina Alexander 301-816-5566, email@example.com
Leydi Solano 301-816-5576, firstname.lastname@example.org
B’nai Israel’s Talmud Torah Religious School is a dynamic, engaging and creative Jewish learning environment that incorporates the latest in educational practices. We especially focus on creating a social-emotional space where we recognize each student’s strengths and build a strong community.
Our students are active learners who create, explore, and are guided as they discover the relevance of Judaism in their lives. Our teachers are thoughtful, committed and caring who focus on a student-centered approach for learners with a variety of learning styles.
What are the goals we have for our Talmud Torah students?
Please contact Education Director, Moshe Ben-Lev or call 301-881-6550 with any questions. We look forward to learning with you!
Rabbi Penina Alexander
Assistant to the Education Department
“I love Talmud Torah! Each day I am excited to read Hebrew, chant prayers, learn about Judaism, and have fun.” Gabrielle B.
“I like Judaics because I like to learn stories about the past and I love my teacher because she’s really fun and nice.” Kyley K.
“The classes are really relatable. There are points I can take from discussions in Upper School and apply to the rest of my life.” Talya B.
“It’s a good way to meet people at B’nai Israel and participate in the community. Upper School rocks!” Jordana G.
1. Engaging Teachers
2. Creative and Interactive Curriculum
3. Exciting chugim specials
4. Music, computers and technology – connecting Judaism to our everyday lives.
5. Fantastic field trips
6. Flexible scheduling
7. Friendly families
8. Warm community
9. Approachable and involved clergy
10. Life-long friendships are made here