We love celebrating the holidays in real-time. Our clergy help us wave the lulav and smell the etrog at Sukkot.
Our students learn about the wonderful work of Nothing But Nets, an organization who helps to rid Africa of malaria, by standing in the net. Mitzvah Mania gathers 5th graders from Jewish congregations across the Northern Virginia for a day of mitzvah projects.
Campfires and s'mores are a perfect way to cap off a night of bonding at a shul-in for 5th graders.
a good-old fashioned game of gaga to take a break from learning and let loose a bit?
and are great time for our kids to get to know each other and experience Judaism (Shabbat) in real-time.
We have many traditions here at TRS - the 6th Grade Mock Wedding is one. Each and every student has a role in the wedding. It's a wonderful celebration!
What better way to learn about the heritage of our ancestors who lived in the lower East side of New York City than to take a trip and check it out?
Some Kindergarteners express themselves through coloring to get their day started with the help of their teacher and student teacher assistants.
Rabbi Stephanie Bernstein sure had lots of fun engaging with students during Shabbat Morning worship at the 6th Grade Retreat!
all kinds of smiles because friendships are being made!
Not at TRS! To celebrate Purim, all 900 students received homemade cookies made by our very own parent and student volunteers!
is one of the ways our children learn about Israel and move about.
especially books in Hebrew!
is what it's all about. . . we believe it's how our children learn best!
Moses visits the 2nd grade each year when the children learn about the Exodus from Egypt! (as you can tell, it's no fun at all!)
We have a number of them throughout the year for children and parents to learn together.