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What is HaMakom?

HaMakom means The Place and it is the place to be on Sundays and Tuesdays.


Educate Jewish youth.
Foster Jewish identity, culture and community.
Inspire youth to lead life as a mensch.


Create an environment where youth choose to be.
Energize Jewish education, making it vital for parents and youth.
Inspire and empower our youth to use their knowledge at home, at Temple and in their communities.


In Hebrew, HaMakom means “The Place”. At Temple Beth Am, it is the place to learn, grow, and experience our continuum of formal and informal education from Kindergarten – 12th grade.

HaMakom at Temple Beth Am approaches Jewish education in an exploratory and creative atmosphere. We blend the formal avenue of classrooms instruction with informal education where students can explore their Judaism in a variety of ways.

By putting the students’ learning in their hands, teachers create active learners who enhance the classroom experience. The secret to our success is keeping the lessons relevant so students remain engaged, and look forward to their time together.



JAMTY Café: 9:00am – 9:30am

K – 7th grade: 9:30am – 12:00noon


JAMTY Café: 4:30pm – 5:00pm

3rd – 6th grade: 5:00pm – 6:30pm 

2020-2021 HaMakom @ Temple Beth Am Calendar and Information Forms

The forms below are  fillable PDFs.    Please download, complete, save, and email to
Or, you can print out and mail completed forms to Alissa Frankel at Temple Beth Am, 2250 Central Boulevard, Jupiter FL 33458.

2020 Calendar

2020-2021 Information Form    (for first-time families)

2020-2021 Abbreviated Information Form    (for returning families)

For more information, please contact Alissa Frankel at 561.747.1109 ext. 226 or


Thu, October 22 2020 4 Cheshvan 5781