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West Suburban Temple Har Zion Early Childhood Program

1040 N. Harlem Ave.
River Forest, IL 60305
Phone: (708) 366-9000
Fax: (708) 366-9006
Email: lapplebey@wsthz.org
Web: http://www.wsthz.org
Contact: Lorrie Applebey, Director of Early Childhood Education

At the Temple Har Zion Early Childhood Center, our mission is to foster an energetic and innovative learning community where child-focused exploration, creativity, collaboration and Jewish tradition inspire the curriculum while creating a lifelong love of learning. We offer full and half day options for children ages 2-5. five days a week, with optional lunch and enrichment classes. We accept children into the 2-year-old program in diapers and partner with the families when toilet training. Come join our family! 

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