Sunday Shkola

Sunday Shkola is an innovative and exciting program that will educate Russian Jewish children about their heritage. Russian culture, pastimes, and language as well as Jewish traditions will be taught through enjoyable art, music, and poetry activities.

Our Program
All classes are taught in the Russian Language by our dedicated and experienced Russian speaking teachers. We offer small class sizes and high teacher to student ratio. We also provide nutritious snacks.

Positive Jewish Identity
Improving the children’s fluency in the Russian language, knowledge of songs & poetry.

Art Studio
Using various media such as aquarelles, pastels and acrylic to learn new techniques in drawing & painting – expressing Judaism through art.

Combining different genres of dance to help develop your child’s coordination and movement.

Trips, Carnivals, Holiday Parties, Guest Performances and much more.

Every Sunday our children are engaged in exciting, innovative programming where fine arts, language and dance are taught with passion in the spirit of Jewish Tradition.

Registration Forms

Shkola Sign Up – 7 – 13 Years Old

Shkola Sign Up – 3 – 6 Years Old

Shkola Sign Up – Mommy and Me

Shkola Sign Up – Re-Enrollment

Sunday Shkola Staff

  • Rabbi Benjamin Goldschmidt

    Born in Jerusalem and raised in Moscow, Rabbi Goldschmidt received a rigorous Talmudic education in the prime Lithuanian Yeshivot in Israel, Ponevezh and Hevron, and continued his post graduate studies at Beth Medrash Govoah in Lakewood New Jersey.

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  • Mrs. Galina Spektor

    Galina Spektor grew up in Ukraine. She obtained her Bachelor's and Master's degrees in mathematics and has been an acclaimed math teacher for the past thirty years. She has been teaching at Park East Day School for the past eleven years and recieved the "Educator of the Year" award at the 2011 Annual Park East Dinner Dance.

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  • Ms. Rina Lyampe

    Ms. Rina Lyampe is a talented artist whose work has been featured in numerous shows in Moscow and other Russian cities. As a child, she attended the prestigious Moscow Art School for Gifted Children as she developed her artistic skills. She later taught at the Moscow University of Arts developing the talents of her students.

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