Congregation Tikkun v'Or Religious School provides progressive Reform Jewish education for children in Kindergarten through 7th grade. Our curriculum includes history, holidays, ethics, Torah, Israel, and Hebrew. Classes for all grades meet on Sunday mornings. 6th and 7th grade students also meet on Wednesdays for additional Hebrew studies and preparation for becoming b'nai mitzvah.

Naomi Wilensky is the Religious School Director. Our teachers are community members and college students from nearby Ithaca College and Cornell University. Middle and high school students help out as madrichim. Parent volunteers are always welcome, especially to help with our chugim (electives) -- a chance for students to choose activities such as Jewish music, cooking, art, dance, and more. We use the URJ Chai curriculum for Judaic studies and Hineini: The New Hebrew for Prayer series for Hebrew.

We welcome families from diverse backgrounds, interfaith families, LGBTQ families and children, people who are newly discovering Jewish connections, as well as those with a wide range of Jewish experiences. We are pleased to work with many different kinds of learners, including students with special challenges. We will do our best to accommodate and nurture all students “al pi darko” (“according to their ways”).

Registration for the 2017-2018 school year is still being accepted. Registration forms can be brought to Tikkun v'Or or mailed to PO Box 3981, Ithaca NY 14852.

Religious School begins on Sunday, September 10.
Kitah Bet (grade 2) through Kitah Zayin (grade 7) begins at 9:15 a.m.
Parents /caregivers: Please join us from 9:15 - 10 on our first day to meet the teachers and learn about the upcoming year!
Kitah Gan and Alef (kindergarten and grade 1) begins at 10:30 a.m.
On most weeks, Tefillah (morning service) is at 11:30 a.m. Parents are invited to join us for this each week.
 

Tuition assistance is provided by Ithaca Area United Jewish Community. Requests for assistance should be sent to the address above, attn; Presidents.

More information is available in our Religious School Handbook 2017-2018

The full school calendar and other important information is in our end-of-summer newsletter, Chadashot.

Summer Camp: Has your child been talking about overnight camp?  Have you looked at Jewish overnight camps? Ask about our December 2016 Day At Camp, IAUJC Summer Camp Incentive Grants, and IAUJC Summer Camp and Teen Experience Camperships.  Information about area camps is available at iaujc.org,

Religious School

  • Lego Haman
    Lego Haman
  • Jewish Games
    Jewish Games
  • Lego Kippah
    Lego Kippah
  • Lego Apples & Honey
    Lego Apples & Honey
  • Lego Sukkah
    Lego Sukkah
  • Lego Menorah
    Lego Menorah
  • Lego Menorah
    Lego Menorah
  • Jewish Games - Spot It Shalom!
    Jewish Games - Spot It Shalom!
  • Jewish Lego - Pharoah
    Jewish Lego - Pharoah
  • Jewish Lego - Bat Mitzvah
    Jewish Lego - Bat Mitzvah
  • Bet  / Gimel Class
    Bet / Gimel Class
  • Mitzot: Bird Houses
    Mitzot: Bird Houses
  • Lego - Blue Pomegranate
    Lego - Blue Pomegranate
  • Jewish Lego: Moses & Pharoah
    Jewish Lego: Moses & Pharoah
  • Lego Haman
  • Jewish Games
  • Lego Kippah
  • Lego Apples & Honey
  • Lego Sukkah
  • Lego Menorah
  • Lego Menorah
  • Jewish Games - Spot It Shalom!
  • Jewish Lego - Pharoah
  • Jewish Lego - Bat Mitzvah
  • Bet  / Gimel Class
  • Mitzot: Bird Houses
  • Lego - Blue Pomegranate
  • Jewish Lego: Moses & Pharoah