A distinctive part of the Temple Sinai youth and teen experience are the grade-level day and overnight trips, often led by our Rabbis.
April 28, 2013(Sunday only)
This retreat is designed to give all our 2nd graders (Religious School and Jewish day school students) a chance to be “campers-for-a-day” at Camp Coleman in beautiful north Georgia. Through various activities including arts and crafts, sports, and canoeing the children will explore and experience the world from a Judaic perspective. Whether or not your children plan to attend Camp Coleman during the summer, this is a great opportunity for community building and easing the youngsters into the camping experience.
April 19-21, 2013 (Friday – Sunday)
A great weekend filled with fun, learning, sharing, sports, arts & crafts, and Jewish identity-building activities. The retreat is a wonderful opportunity for all 3rd and 4th graders within our synagogue family (Religious School and Jewish day school students) to deepen their connections to one another.
March 15-17, 2013 (Friday – Sunday)
The 5th & 6th graders will go to Charleston, SC for the weekend. Trip highlights include: Friday night services in the second oldest synagogue in the U.S.; taking a ghostwalk tour of the city; going on a carriage tour of Historic Charleston; and shopping in the famous Charleston Street Market.
It will be a terrific weekend filled with fun, learning and exploring. The retreat is a wonderful opportunity for ALL Sinai fifth and sixth graders within our synagogue family (day school and religious school students) to deepen their connections to one another.
7th & 8th grade
NFTY-SAR Hatikvah Kallah