PROGRAMS IN HEBREW
Around the World: A Puppet Show
Have you ever heard a Kangaroo playing the Didgeridoo? Join Detective Dog and the Globe for a trip around the world. A magical journey to the seven continents, where we meet their animals, unique musical instruments, and how to say hello in different languages. We can’t wait to play world music with you all! Event will be held in Hebrew. More information: Shavit Kaner Levison, [email protected]
When? Sunday, March 3, 11:00am-12:00 noon.
For children ages 3-7 and their parents or caregivers.
Ticket price: $15 per person (2 years and up)
Get tickets here: www.eventbrite.com/e/56526815226
This event has been co-organized with Treehouse Learning.Treehouse Learning provides educational programs to children through puppetry and hands-on learning. The team has a broad background in education and Jewish learning. We service congregations, preschools, schools, and JCCs at the Bay Area. Its vision is to guide children in developing Jewish values while building relationships between American Jewish families and Israeli families.
Hebrew speakers are invited to a sing-along in the APJCC Auditorium. The theme will be Eurovision, and we will be singing Israeli’s Eurovision songs from all decades.
When? March 31, from 7:30pm-9:00pm
Ticket price: $15 advance purchase, $20 the day of the event
For more information, contact [email protected].
More Events Coming Soon
April 3 – Playback Theater in Hebrew
April 27 – Mimuna – Israeli Party
More information: Shavit Kaner Levison, [email protected]
Beged Kefet – High School Open House
Beged Kefet Hebrew Language School will have an open house where you can learn all about its Hebrew language program for high schoolers. High school students can fulfill their foreign language requirement by taking Beged Kefet’s classes. Please note, these classes are for students who already speak Hebrew.
When: Wednesday, March 6, from 7:30-9:00pm at the JCC in Activity Room C.
For more information, contact Hadas Matsliah, [email protected].
Beged Kefet Hebrew Language School (for grades K-12)
Registration for the 2018–2019 school year is open. Click here to register now and ensure your child’s place in our classrooms.
First week of school is the week of August 27, 2018.
Beged Kefet is a Hebrew language afterschool program for students in kindergarten through high school. It opened in September 2008 in response to the local community’s need and has been headquartered at the Oshman Family JCC in Palo Alto since September 2009. Beged Defeat operates satellite campuses at the JCC in Los Gatos, and in Sunnyvale and Foster City.
Beged Kefet’s purpose is to teach the fundamentals and improve the knowledge of Hebrew throughout the four language skills—reading, writing, speaking and comprehension. In addition to teaching the language, we emphasize and incorporate learning about Jewish holidays and Israeli culture in our curriculum, as well as integrating family activities in the different grade levels.
We offer multiple-level high school classes. Students who take these classes are eligible for credit towards the high school foreign language requirement and prepare for the SAT II in Hebrew.
Beged Kefet is a place where your child will understand and speak Hebrew, meet with other Hebrew-speaking children, and be exposed to and experience Israeli culture and Jewish holidays. Our school is a place for the whole family; parents and siblings take an active role in classroom celebrations and school-wide events. Beged Kefet is a home for the Israeli community and strives to be more than just a school at which to learn Hebrew.
What will your child get at Beged Kefet?
- Learning all four skills in the Hebrew language through content that includes Israeli and Jewish culture
- Diverse experiential learning—through literature, movies, current events, cultural activities and the use of different media tools to enrich knowledge and communication skills in Hebrew
- A social-cultural-educational environment for Jewish and Israeli teens, with the opportunity to enjoy the many rich activities offered by the OFJCC
- Small classroom size, a warm and welcoming atmosphere, personal attention and modification of the curriculum to the student’s personal progress, certified and experienced teachers
The APJCC is proud to be a part of the Initiative on Jewish Peoplehood, co-funded by the Koret Foundation and the Taube Foundation for Jewish Life & Culture, and supported further by the Jewish Federation of Silicon Valley and other generous supporters.