May 19, 2023: Incredulously, the school year is down to its final session.  This
Sunday we will be celebrating Shavuot. After abbreviated classes, we will gather in Menchel Hall for a musical year in review where all the students
will participate in a sing-a-long with Morah Lynne.  Through videos celebrating the giving of the Ten Commandments they’ll learn about the importance of Shavuot as the third Pilgrimage Festival of the Torah.
Concluding the learning experience will be a traditional Shavuot dairy
treat, cheesecake, and ice cream.

Registration is presently ongoing for the upcoming 2023-2024 school year.
There is an early bird sign up discount before August 1st, and there is
also a multiple sibling discount . The registration forms are available on the Ohr Chadash website.

We want to wish all our families a joyful and restful summer.
We speak for all our teachers that it has been an exceptional school year
and it was a delight teaching your children this past 9 months.

We hope your children have had a wonderful Ohr Chadash experience and
will return to us in the fall.  The first day of classes is Sunday, September 10th.

May 7, 2023: The school celebrated Lag b’Omer with a BBQ and games! Great fun!

Shabbat Program • Rabbi Kogan Lesson on Synagogue Torahs • 2022 Rosh HaShanah

Thanksgiving Story Time with Arlene
  • Sukkot at Ohr Chadash 2022:

Shofar Blowing Rabbi Kogan

Ohr Chadash Religious School, located in Queens, New York, is an example of a new model of supplementary Jewish education.

Comprised of a consortium of three Conservative synagogues in eastern Queens, Ohr Chadash combines classroom learning with experiential programming including ongoing opportunities throughout the year for parent, grandparent and guardian education as well as outstanding Shabbat experiences for young people.

Ohr Chadash is concerned about the security of our school staff and children and has retained a security guard to be present when school is in session at each of the three partner synagogues. The guard will be there until all children have been picked up by a designated individual. 



Please read the COVID-19 protocols below:

1. Inform us as soon as you are aware of any family member testing positive (family meaning those they or their parents come in contact with, not those living far away).
2. If you have been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19, or if you may be ill with COVID-19, you must quarantine or isolate yourself at least 10 days to 14 days.
3. Inform us that you are quarantining for at least 10 days. 

Please remember to have your child bring a healthy snack and a water bottle to Hebrew school. We will have a snack at around 10:40 am. 

Rosh Hashanah Trivia Questions and Answers (Click Here)

Ohr Chadash 2020: A Memorable Year!