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About Our School

Cheder Lubavitch Arizona consists of a rigorous Judaic Studies curriculum that aims to inspire our students. The Judaic Studies curriculum comprises specific subject areas such as Tefillah, Kriah, Kesiva, Chumash, Rashi, Parshah, Navi, and Yediyos Kloliyos. In addition, values and ethics are constantly reinforced during Jewish studies classes.

 

Students are encouraged to give charity daily and to show kindness, care, and consideration for their parents, teachers, elders, and peers. The backbone of our Judaic Studies curriculum is in our learning of Chassidus; A spiral curriculum that introduces students to the Chassidic movement, the Chabad movement and its Rebbeim, Chassidic philosophy, concepts, customs, special days, songs, and stories.

 

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Our General Studies curriculum adheres to the latest best practices in student learning and differentiated instruction in compliance with Arizona State Standards for Private school education. We focus on teaching our students the skills they need to become lifelong independent learners. 

Cheder's curriculum adheres to the latest best practices in student learning and differentiated instruction in compliance with Arizona State Standards for Private school education. We focus on teaching our students the skills they need to become lifelong independent learners. CLA uses a variety of curricula not only to ensure satisfactory compliance with the AZ state standards but also to meet the needs of each student.

For math, Saxon Math and Mastering Math are used school-wide. Hands-on learning is vital for success in math and CLA has an extensive collection of math manipulatives that foster academic growth.

 

For Language arts, the Journeys curriculum is employed in grades 1-4 and Mosdos Press for grades 5-8. The primary grades utilize Handwriting Without Tears to establish and maintain good handwriting skills in the formative years. Cheder also uses the Achievements curriculum for grammar, vocabulary, literacy, science, and history/social studies.

 

Progress monitoring is very important to Cheder in order to ensure that all students are learning and progressing as they should be. NWEA is administered 3x a year - Fall, Winter, and Spring showing whether our students are on track as they should be compared to national trends.

 

Cheder provides physical education once a week. Art and library time are also part of the schedule along with a variety of after-school clubs students can choose from.

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