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  • Our little ones are rehearsing for our Spring production of Peter Pan!
  • Happy 100 Days!  This week celebrated 100 days of critical thinking, respectful leading, quality producing, reflective learning, and community!
  • It’s a very exciting morning in Mrs. Wisner’s class. Happy 100th Day!
  • Shabbat Morning Minyan was beautiful! Our students did a superb job in leading our service, our 1st-graders were presented their special Siddur covers design by their parents, and the Jewish Studies Art-Integrated projects were spectacular.
  • Greetings from Wacky Hair Wednesday!
  • How nice to see a rainbow over our school after a long storm!

Afterschool Programs

Orchestra

Beginning in Kindergarten, students may choose to play violin, flute, trumpet, saxophone or clarinet. Students have opportunities to play at school events and for the greater community. In past years, students have played at the Jewish Home for the Aged and at L.A. City Hall for the Los Angeles city Chanukah celebration.

Team Sports: Soccer Team, Basketball Team

Beth Hillel Elementary School participates in the Valley Interscholastic Sports League, a league focused on teamwork and learning the rules of the game.

Homework Club

Homework Club is a great value! Students get a quiet place to do their homework with no more than a 3:1 student: teacher ratio. The teachers are there to support, re-teach, answer questions, and best of all alleviate any struggles at home over homework.

Extended Care

Children love our Aftercare Program, which provides after-school care to accommodate parents’ busy schedules. Children in this program are provided after-school snacks and time to complete homework and play together. Through all of these interactions, students often develop close and lasting friendships within their class and across grade levels. Aftercare is available until 6 p.m. Monday-Thursday and Friday until 5:45 p.m.

Other Opportunities

Students and their families can also participate in the many activities offered at our parent organization, Temple Beth Hillel. For many of our families, Temple Beth Hillel is their home away from home. Families can join a Temple havurah (friendship group), participate in the Sisterhood or Brotherhood, or study in Temple adult education classes. Younger siblings of Beth Hillel Elementary students can attend our Early Childhood Program. Day School graduates and older siblings can attend Religious School, prepare for bar or bat mitzvah, attend Confirmation classes, or serve as madrichim (teaching assistants) in the Religious School.