Learners are at the center at the Temple Isaiah Religious School. We are committed to providing every learner with experiences that will make for a rich and positive Jewish identity. We value the power of relationships, the social experience of learning and view Jewish learning as a vehicle for community building. As you walk through the halls of the religious school, you will see students working in pairs and small groups engaged in hands-on learning experiences and others working in large groups to meet a team-building or literacy challenge. Our learners make connections by participating together in exciting, active learning experiences guided by teachers who love what they do. Our learning community includes children, families, and adults in a “life-centered” Jewish educational model – that “Judaism is not a “subject” to be studied; it is a way of life to be lived.”