Sundays, 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
The Palm Beach Synagogue Hebrew School is a dynamic after-school program for Jewish education
It enjoys a well-earned reputation as a trendsetter in creative hands-on Jewish educational programming and Hebrew language instruction for children in Pre-K through Grade 7.
We are especially proud of our dynamic staff and the inclusiveness of our student body, with children from various private and public schools with varying backgrounds and affiliations. Our environment is one of openness and welcoming of families from all backgrounds. We acknowledge and are respectful of the diversity of our study body while emphasizing Jewish values of family, community, caring, joy, tradition and rituals.
What Parents Are Saying
Aleph Champ Review
The Palm Beach Synagogue Hebrew School is dedicated to providing a comprehensive Jewish education enabling our students to secure a deep understanding of our rich Jewish heritage, fluency in Hebrew reading, prayers and basic language skills. We strive to provide our students with a broad knowledge and understanding of Judaism which will empower them to be educated Jews who are proud of their Jewish identity and connect with G-d, His Torah and His people.
Through comprehensive Torah learning, holiday celebrations our students gain pride in the richness of their Jewish heritage, culture and history.
Keeping to our goals to illustrate Jewish life to the fullest – throughout the year we launch educational projects, initiatives and competitions – encouraging students to express their talents and creativity within a Jewish framework, while broadening our school horizons beyond the classroom.
Hebrew, particularly Hebrew reading, is the key to full and meaningful engagement in traditional Jewish experiences. Friday night Kiddush, Passover Seder and the High Holy Days all come alive at PBS Hebrew School. Through Hebrew, we not only give our students the skills and knowledge they need to be prepared for their B’nei Mitzvahs, but we lay the foundation for their ongoing involvement in Jewish life and community. Our goal is to provide new and exciting ways for our students to learn to read Hebrew.
Aleph through Taf ( Grades Gan K - K )
Children learn the names and sounds of the 22 letters of the Alef Bet in an entertaining and exciting way. As they learn the letters, students develop a basic Jewish vocabulary.
Aleph Champ Reading Program ( Grades 1 - 7 )
Our Hebrew reading program is a highly motivating and inspirational way of encouraging the students to progress rapidly through the different levels of reading Hebrew.
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Our Loving Faculty
As role models who live by what they teach, our staff ensure that every child is motivated, stimulated and engaged in thought-provoking and fascinating activities; capturing the soul of Jewish learning and living.
Morah Dinie Scheiner
Rebbetzin Dinie Scheiner was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, and graduated from Beth Rivkah Seminary. Before moving to Florida with her husband, she taught in early childhood programs in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, English studies to elementary school children in New York City, and spent summers teaching in the former Soviet Union (Moscow, Kiev and Riga). The Rebbetzin is Director of the Nechamkin Hebrew School at PBS. As Director, she is responsible for the development and implementation of the School’s curriculum and programming; supervision of the teaching staff; as well as teaching classes. She worked with her husband in establishing the Synagogue and is actively involved in all aspects of the Synagogue’s programs and events, especially the Women’s, Singles and Youth Events, and teaches regularly scheduled classes to women.
Morah Clara Rice
Clara Rice was born in Milan, Italy and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa. After High School, she studied in Israel and worked in Milan, Italy, as a program director and kindergarten teacher. She also taught in Monsey, New York while working as an administrator and coordinator for the Friendship Circle, an organisation serving the special needs community, in Paramus, New Jersey. She is happily married to Rabbi Yosef Rice and they are expecting their first child in December of 2017.
Morah Tzipora Segal
Morah Tzipora is a wife and mom to two little boys. She has a passion for teaching Torah to children which she has been doing 8 years. She moved to Boca with her family a year ago from New Jersey and loves living in sunny Florida.
Morah Mina Stolik
Born and raised in Miami, Mina Stolik graduated from Beis Chana High School. She then furthered her studies in Machon Shoshana Seminary in Jerusalem, where she learnt teaching tips and strategies. She has been teaching in many different Hebrew Schools for the past few years, including Hallandale, Silver Spring, and Olney, MD. Mina's love for children and passion for teaching is evident in her classroom. She is excited to be on board the Palm Beach Synagogue Hebrew School community.
Morah Chany Stolik
Morah Chany Stolik was born in Brooklyn, New York into a family of educators.. She graduated Beth Rivkah Seminary and received her Teacher's Training Certificate in Sydney, Australia. She has over 2 decades of experience working with children and it's evident by the love she has to her students in the classroom. She is a Rebbetzin and proud mom of 5 children.
Morah Sarah Dworcan
Born and raised in South Africa, Morah Sarah has been involved in education and leadership training for close to a decade. While pursuing her medical career, she co-founded Jnetic, an organization focused on education and awareness of genetic diseases. She lives in Palm Beach with her husband and Baby Eli and is the Youth Director at Palm Beach Synagogue. Morah Sarah loves teaching Kitah Gimel on Sunday mornings!
Morah Shaina Stolik
Shaina Stolik wears many hats. She is a mother to a large family, Rebbetzin (of Chabad of South Palm Beach), and a veteran Jewish educator. She has experience with every age and stage ranging from High School to Early Childhood. Shaina's passion is getting students to think for themselves by asking open ended leading questions. She loves art, storytelling, and Jewish history and enjoys incorporating those interests in her lesson plans. Shaina has been teaching at Palm Beach Synagogue Hebrew School for over a decade and enjoys the meaning and fulfillment it brings to her weekends.