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- Opportunities for hanging out and meeting friends
- Chances to give back to Solel and the larger Jewish community
- Programs that are designed for you
Madrichim work in their assigned location as assistants. They meet 5 times throughout the year for specific training. To be a Madrich(a) you need to be enrolled in Raker Religious School. They will be given a quarterly honorarium.
8th and 9th Grade
The goal of the Comparative Religion curriculum is to help students develop a better understanding of other religions in the world, including Judaism, and to compare them with Judaism in their beliefs and practices. It is done through interactive exercises with the group involving texts from the religion being studied, articles, photographs, and visiting different sites of worship.
10th Grade Confirmation
In Confirmation Class, students will have the chance to explore how deeply their own lives inform their Jewish identities. Through learning about the topics of God, Torah, and Israel in a discussion-based, interactive classroom setting, students will engage with Judaism on a deep and meaningful level.
These discussions about Jewish values and identity will create the context for their winter trip to Washington, D.C. through the Religious Action Center where students will learn about Jewish values and contemporary issues, meet hundreds of other Jewish teens from around the country, and lobby their representatives in congress about the issues that matter most to them.
11th and 12th Grade (NEW!)
The Big Question? A brand new weekly class taught by Temple Solel senior staff and community guests. This class will be in addition to our monthly FroYo with a Rabbi (RABYO).
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