The Marlboro Jewish Center Religious School partners with families in providing an enriching and enjoyable Jewish educational experience for their children. The experienced and caring faculty comprised of Judaic, Hebrew and music teachers create a nurturing, respectful environment reaching multiple learning styles. A positive atmosphere of Jewish identity allows the students to take pride in their religion, history, heritage and traditions. In addition to the comprehensive, Judaic and Hebrew spiral curricula utilizing current, engaging texts and online materials, students benefit from special events, holiday celebrations and trips. Parents enjoy many opportunities to be involved and learn with their children. Religious School for kindergarten, first- and second-graders is on Sunday mornings. Third-, fourth- and fifth-graders attend on Sunday mornings and on Wednesday afternoons. Sixth- and seventh-graders attend on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Hebrew High for eighth-, ninth- and 10th-graders is on Wednesday evenings and includes dinner. High Hebrew High for 11th- and 12th-graders is a once a month dinner on Monday evenings. For more information call Rabbi Ron Koas, education director, at 732-536-2303, ext. 114.