Hebrew School

David Joshua Berg Religious SchoolWelcome!

Religious School Questions? Call 631-643-1200 x 5  

wiesenberg2Our Bar/Bat Mitzvah Readiness program begins in 3rd grade, however, we offer fantastic school programming for our K-1-2 students who want to get a jump on their Hebrew and Jewish Education.

Fantastic things are happening in our school this year, and it is all thanks to you, our members. Thanks to recommendations from parents and students, COLLAGE our new family learning model, is in its third year. COLLAGE allows each family endless options for fun, learning and time together through Temple Beth Torah. Each child comes to class once a week (6th graders have Boot Camp too, of course!) and families enjoy a variety of fun events, services, trips and dinners every month at your discretion. Your freedom to create a Religious Education that works for today’s busy families inspired the name, COLLAGE – piecing together your family, our events, and Jewish tradition into something beautiful.

7thgrade classes still take place on Thursdays, 5:30-7:30 pm. TEEN Programming Grades 8-12 (JTV Our High School Community Service Program) which takes place on alternate Wednesdays 6:30pm-8:15pm.

To learn more about TBT’s Religious School, check out the links below that include TBT Brochure, Registration Forms, Free Peer Tutoring Services, Prayer Recordings and GodCast on YouTube.

For more information contact Rabbi Wiesenberg at 631-643-1200 ext.328 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

Rabbi Rachel Wiesenberg


APRIL No Class or Boot Camp 4/3-4/7 

Grade Requirements for this month:

  • Lead the 4 Questions at your family’s Seder (Send picture or video to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)
  • Be a Matzah Master! Eat Matzah for the entire week of Passover!
  •  Attend a Friday night Shabbat Service AT TBT (our 6th grade leads 4/14)
  • There are some FUN Passover customs from all over the world. Why not try something new at your Seder? In Iran and Afghanistan, it is customary to hit your friends and family with scallions! Tunsian Jews take turn balancing the seder plate on their heads before it rests on the seder table, to symbolize the weight of slavery! Try one of these, or find something new in an internet search and tell us how it went at your table.  
  • Charoset recipes differ all over the world! Google a recipe *OTHER THAN* the Ashkenzi tradition of apples/cinnamon/nuts/wine. Suggested options: Moroccan charoset, Indian Charoset, Persian Charoset
  • Did you do something Jewish over the April Break? Did you go to a museum, watch a movie, read a book or visit with family and make Shabbat together? Let us know how you "Jewished" your break!
  • Do your own mitzvah! Any good deed counts – take a pic and send to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for credit.

Family Shabbat Led by Grades:
K-1-2 – TBD date in May
3rd  - 11/18√
4th  - 3/17
5th  - 2/10√
6th  -  4/16
A few other dates:
Guys and Dolls 3/24-25
Last days of School 5/16-17


2021-2022 was a year of FUN, FRIENDS, LEARNING and PRIDE in being JEWISH!
2022-2023 will be even better. Register for Hebrew School now - 
Early Bird Discount available until Monday, June 13th at 3pm. 

Membership to Temple Beth Torah is required to enroll in grades 3-7
Our K-1-2 Program is open to non members
You don't pick your day until August!
You don't pay anything until July!
We just need to know you are coming to school, so we hire GREAT teachers now!

CLICK HERE to Register

Contact Rabbi Rachel Wiesenberg to get more details.

 To watch a Video Tour of the TBT Hebrew School
CLICK HERE or image below


The safety and security of our students remain our top priority throughout the Covid-19 Pandemic. We are monitoring the CDC's guidelines and plan to open in the fall according to all mandated protocols.
Online or In-Person, our kids have a home for Jewish Learning here at TBT. Questions? Concerns? Email Rabbi Wiesenberg at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call her 516-547-8668. 

STUDENTS grades 3 thru 7: Do you need some help with the letters, vowels or a specific prayer? Why not work with an AWESOME Teenager that knows their stuff?!? Our Teen Tutors are FREE, and work on YOUR schedule!!! 30 minute time slots are available at all times, Monday-Fridays. Call Rabbi Wiesenberg at 631-643-1200 x328 to find your match.

STUDENTS grades 8 thru 12: Are you reliable? Want to help others? Know your stuff from your Bar/Bat Mitzvah? BE A TEEN TUTOR! Get Community Service Hours, help younger students and do it all on your own time! Call Rabbi Wiesenberg at 631-643-1200 x328 to set up your interview!

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