While communities with major Jewish populations enjoy frequent access to leading Jewish authors, our community relies on the J and other Jewish organizations for exposure to their research and creativity.
All students have a learning style and a learning pace. Hyman Brand Hebrew Academy (HBHA) finds this to be particularly true when it comes to learning the Hebrew language and Jewish studies.
The Vaad has been successful in achieving two primary goals that were set forth in its ‘revitalization’ mandate of 2010, promoting Kashrut (Jewish dietary laws) and making kosher products and services more accessible to Kansas City Jewish community.
Hyman Brand Hebrew Academy (HBHA) continues its mission to “seed the future” of our Jewish community by developing young people with a high-quality, challenging and meaningful K-12 secular and Jewish education.
School outreach and teacher education are basic to the Midwest Center for Holocaust Education’s mission and to our goal of serving populations, both Jewish and non-Jewish
Jewish Life and Learning programs is uniquely positioned.