DAY SCHOOL (K-8)


Maayan Torah Day School offers a K-8th grade learner-centered education prioritizing students' active involvement in the learning process. We focus on each student's needs and progress, creating engaging classrooms and substantive learning.


In Maayan’s student centered learning environment, the student is the central participant in the learning process. We utilize student engagement strategies to foster an excitement for learning which develops SELF-MOTIVATED students. Additionally, our education emphasizes positive student-teacher relationships, where the student’s best interest is highly valued.


Our curriculum focuses equally on General and Judaic Studies. We believe that General and Jewish Studies have a synergistic relationship.  For example, the study of classic Jewish texts amplifies children’s abilities to think critically in their general studies.  


Our Judaic program is text-driven, with a strong focus on primary Torah sources. We focus on the skills needed to develop independent Torah learners. Our school offers an environment which conveys the joy and meaning of Torah and Mitzvoth. Our staff is committed to ensuring a positive and accepting feeling that inspires a love for Judaism.


Our General Studies program utilizes curriculum that enable children to continually progress. Small group work as well as project-based learning are instrumental in achieving this goal. Maayan is currently Accredited through AdvancED, an international school accreditation recognized by the Federal Department of Education. Maayan education features:

   *Small class size

   *Professionally trained staff

   *Blended grades

Please see the links on the left for more information on our educational approach.

See the slideshow below to learn more about Maayan education.​​​​​​​

OUR EDUCATION

Nurtured Heart Approach

“Problem solving” with peers, communication, skills for following procedures and self management, and incorporating friends into our play.

Blended Classrooms

“Problem solving” with peers, communication, skills for following procedures and self management, and incorporating friends into our play.

Multiple Intelligences

“Problem solving” with peers, communication, skills for following procedures and self management, and incorporating friends into our play.

Student Centered Education

“Problem solving” with peers, communication, skills for following procedures and self management, and incorporating friends into our play.

Rhonda Depew,

General Studies Coordinator

Education has always been a passion in my life.  I have had the opportunity to see how a good education and positive classroom can inspire students to reach goals that they never before thought possible.

has a way of opening new worlds of possibilities to students.  Through learning and growing, students are able to experience success and try things that they may have never thought they would be able to do.  Personally, I love being part of the field of education for just this reason.  Working with students, and seeing them grow and build confidence in their educational journey is the best part of teaching.

-Mrs. Depew