At Temple Sholom our Rimon curriculum strives to provide our students and their families with the resources and tools to learn from our Jewish past in order to connect to Jewish life today…and become an integral part of a Jewish future.  Our goals include offering a pluralistic learning environment that builds community and offers voice and choice.  Our primary goal, though, is to create and learning opportunities that enable all of our children, teens, and families to be challenged and energized by the power of Jewish ideas, tradition, and community.


We recognize that to achieve these goals each person connects with their Judaism in different ways.  Opportunities to connect through Project-Based Learning, engaging with Hebrew Through Movement, prayer opportunities, social action, social justice, holiday celebrations and more await all ages that are engaged in Rimon at Temple Sholom.


Whether one views Judaism as a religion, a culture, a tradition, a people, a way of life, a community, or a way of seeing and understanding the world we invite you to explore, ask deep questions, and be amazed.  Join us!


Please click on any of the following links to learn more about our Rimon curriculum.


Bonim (Kindergarten & 1st grade)

Chaverim (2nd & 3rd grades)

Olim (4th & 5th grades)

Gesherim (6th gr. Families)

Hebrew (Kindergarten – 3rd grades)

Hebrew (4th – 6th grades)

Rimon Noar (7th – 12th grades)


B’Yachad – Check out this video! B’Yachad is our teen and senior adult partnership.