We are making changes to the format of our TBS K-12 programs for the coming school year, both to prioritize children's health and safety and to meet families' changing scheduling needs. We know that no program can be one-size-fits-all, so we have designed a few different models to meet the varying needs in our community. You may choose the learning approach and environment that works best for your children and your family.

Mayim Outdoors

Experience rich hands-on Jewish learning, camp-like activities, and community building - all in a beautiful wooded setting! This is an in-person, outdoor learning program that will take place at the Hale Reservation (home of JCC Grossman Camp). Mayim Outdoors will meet on Sundays from 9:00 am - 2:00 pm for six sessions in the fall (September-October) and six sessions in the spring (May-June) to take advantage of the nicer weather. 

 Learn more about Mayim Outdoors here.

Mayim Online

Participate in Jewish learning with a group of peers during weekly online sessions! This will be a rich, interactive online learning experience, utilizing some of the best online platforms and tools available. Online sessions will include community-building activities, whole-group learning, opportunities to work on hands-on projects in small breakout groups, and more! Please note that Mayim Online is for grades 1-5 only; there is no online learning option for kindergarten. Learn more about Mayim Online here.

Mayim In A Box

Engage in Jewish learning at home as a family using Mayim In a Box! Each month, you will receive a box full of materials for rich self-guided learning, such as craft kits, STEM projects, recipes, sensory items, information packets, games and family challenges, and more! Each family will have regular check-in calls with a Mayim Jewish Learning Guide to answer questions and help extend their learning. Learn more about Mayim In a Box here.

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Temple Beth Shalom

670 Highland Avenue

Needham, MA 02494

(781) 444-0077

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Looking for information about our 6th-12th grade programming, Etzim? Click here to visit our Etzim page!

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