Religious School

Where students learn to explore self and soul, nurturing love of Judaism and love of learning.

Religious School News


Our School is Inclusive, Experiential, and Innovative, with programming for families with children in preschool to high school.

Students learn Jewish culture & customs, Hebrew skill, and how our Jewish history has and continues to evolve over time.  Through music, movement and mussar, art and social action, relationship building, Torah study and story, and hands on experiential learning our community of learners develop skills to reflect & refine personal connections, appreciation and identity with Judaism supporting each other’s emotional, physical, intellectual and spiritual growth.

GAN ages 2 - 5

Learning Jewish values, history & holidays through Music, mitzvot, Torah, crafts & community!

Second Saturdays 9:30 – 10:30 & 1 Wednesday/ month 4 – 5:30 pm

Tuition:  $260 per student plus $40.00 snack and supply fee.

Multi student discounts apply & scholarships available.

K – 7th grade

Reflect & refine personal connections with Judaism & each other through Torah, Hebrew, prayer & song, art, social action, study, story, and tikkun olam.

Wednesdays 4 – 6 pm (see website for specific dates & details)

Tuition:  $675 per student and $80.00 snack and supply fee

Multi student discounts apply & scholarships available.

Teachers and Staff

We have an extraordinary teaching staff that is experienced, dedicated and passionate about Jewish education.  Meeting the individual needs of their students, each teacher makes the classroom come alive with Jewish learning. 

Tara Saltzman

Director of Education

Tara Lynn Saltzman came to Evergreen, Colorado in 1998 from Miami, Florida with a Master’s in Social Science Education and minors in Anthropology, Sociology and Psychology. While also working in public and private schools, she has remained a devoted Religious School educator for over 30 years. Congregation Beth Evergreen nurtures her passions for life-long learning, social justice, interfaith dialog, and singing. She seeks opportunities for students and adults to explore their curiosity together and discover strength and joy in shared Jewish goals and values along diverse paths.

Rabbi Jamie Arnold

Karen Bennett


Renee Bernstein


Debra Cope


Charlie Ellis


Rich Levine


Alan Rubin


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