Since 1985, Temple Beth David Preschool has established itself as a leader in early childhood education in the North Palm Beach Area. Children ages two through pre-kindergarten can acquire self confidence, social interaction skills, and receive an introduction to reading, math, science, computers, Spanish, Hebrew, music, art, and dance. The result is a happy, well-balanced, multi-faceted child, who develops a positive attitude towards learning.
Our mission is to inspire each learner through dynamic Jewish learning and living; providing them with the tools to guide their daily lives according to Jewish values and create their own Jewish memories.
We fulfill this mission by making learning: Joyful, Personalized, Experiential, Relational, Mastery-Based, and Collaborative.
Mazal Tov! We love celebrating b'nei mitzvah (plural of bar/bat mitzvah) at Temple Beth David. Beginning with a Shabbaton (retreat) our b'nei mitzvah students and families learn and grow together during the years prior to their celebration. Over the course of the 6th grade year, in our Bar/Bat Mitzvah Club, we learn about this transitional moment in our lives. Together with Cantor Bensimhon, students and families learn how to read Torah, chant Haftarah and craft a d'var Torah (short teaching on the Torah portion.)
Religious education is the cornerstone for our children. Our preschool, which opened in 1986, is recognized as one of the finest in Palm Beach County. There are stimulating programs for children 12 months to 4 year olds, along with the summer camp for 2 to 6 year olds. The preschool provides a warm and nurturing environment, where children can make friends and grow.
After preschool, children join our Religious School program whose mission is to inspire each learner through dynamic Jewish learning and living; providing them with the tools to guide their daily lives according to Jewish values and create their own Jewish memories. We fulfill this mission by making learning: Joyful, Personalized, Experiential, Relational, Mastery-Based and Collaborative.
As we look forward to the future, we are confident in our ability to grow and serve our community. Young families, singles, as well as mature and senior adults from differing occupational backgrounds, partake in the comfort and joys of synagogue membership. Looking ahead, we wish to build upon the proud legacy of Conservative Judaism and to make Temple Beth David a second home for all congregants.