You no longer need to choose between your child's
Jewish education and their passion for skiing.
A revolutionary new Hebrew School Experience
The Shalom Shredders Program is a 4 week track of the SITE (students do not need to be enrolled in the SITE to participate). Students are transported from the front range to Keystone where they are placed in groups based on age and level.
They will be with the same group and the same teachers each week.
Jewish instruction is provided on the way up and down from mountains so that students can keep up with their class.
TBA. The dates are typically in the month of January
Students are picked up at 5:45 am from Greenwood Village and return home at about 5pm
The Shalom Shredders Program
costs $300 for the 4 week session.There are sibling discounts.
This amount includes transportation and kosher lunch as well as the Jewish educational instruction.
It does not include lessons, lift passes, equipment, etc. Please see FAQ below for more details.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I try out the program for just one/some of the weeks?
What happens if I miss a week?
All fees paid are nonrefundable. In the event that a ski lesson is missed, it cannot be made up. You can still access the online content to stay up to date with the Jewish learning.
What's included with tuition? What are the additional costs of the program?
Equipment can be rented for an entire season from various front range locations. We cannot faciliate rentals at the resort.
This sounds great! Where do I start?
First enroll in Shalom Hebrew School (not required) and/or pay the Shalom Shredders Program tuition.
Is this a replacement to Hebrew School?
Can I join my children?
Parents are welcome and encouraged to join as a chaperone (space allowing). Please contact Rabbi Lehrfield for more details at email@example.com
Where is the pickup/dropoff?
The pickup/droppoff location is: 9550 E. Belleview Ave. Greenwood Village CO 80111. Children are expected to be at the pickup location each morning at 5:45am and they are expected back at about 5:00pm.
Why is this better than just sending my children to regular ski school?
In addition to the Jewish education component, this multi-week program allows our youngest skiers to build fundamental skills in a fun, safe and support environment that will feel like camp. By building a relationship with the same coach week after week as well as new friends, they'll not only grow skills, but a love of skiing!
My child has never skied before is that going to be a problem?
Nope! We can accommodate skiers of all levels. Groups are divided by age and ability.
Is it ok if I bring my child up to Keystone myself?
How will the children be transported to and from Keystone?
If we have enough students registered for each program we will be renting a 54 seat coach bus for transportation. If we have less than 30 total students they will be driven in private mini-vans.
I have a question that's not listed!
Please contact Rabbi Lehrfield at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.