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May 23, 2013 BJE Community Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning Coming to BHCBE Rabbi means teacher, and so I wish to devote this, my final bulletin message to you, to the theme of Adult Education. Lifelong learning is a central value in Judaism 0
December 5, 2001 Hebrew High School From 8th grade through 12th grade, the Beth Hillel Congregation Bnai Emunah (BHCBE) Hebrew High offers teens an opportunity to explore their Jewish identity with their peers. Guided by Rabbi Annie Tucker and Director of Education Rabbi Michael Cohen as 0
December 5, 2001 Library The David Altman Library continues to serve Beth Hillel Congregation Bnai Emunah’s congregants and professional staff as well the teachers and students of the BHCBE Academy. The library’s collection includes approximately 4,000 books, videos, and periodicals. All areas of Judaica 0
December 5, 2001 BJE Early Childhood Centers Welcome to the Board of Jewish Education of Metropolitan Chicago’s progressive concept in early childhood education; where children grow intellectually and socially in a loving Jewish environment. As a lab school, The BJE Early Childhood Centers’ (BJEECC’s) curriculum is based 0
December 5, 2001 Lifelong learning/Adult Education Regardless of your level of Jewish knowledge, there are exciting learning opportunities at BHCBE. From Jewish cooking to text study, from learning about Jews in far flung lands to learning about the siddur (and so much more), BHCBE Adult Education 0
December 5, 2001 The BHCBE Academy a USCJ Framework for Excellence School Important Forms for the 2016-2017 School Year Camp Ramah and Israel Trip Scholarship Application Academy and Hebrew High Re-Registration 5777 Academic Calendar 2016-2017 New Student Registration 2016-2017 – 5777 Food Allergy Action Plan Emergency 0
December 5, 2001 Banner Preschool Welcome to Banner Preschool/Kindergarten Enrichment, an accredited NAEYC early childhood center serving families of young children since 1977. Our mission is to create a healthy, respectful, supportive, creative, and reflective learning community, where children and families thrive and are celebrated. 0