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Joan Dachs Bais Yaakov-Yeshivas Tiferes Tzvi Preschool

6106 N. California
Chicago, IL 60659
Phone: 773-583-5329
Email: jdbyoffice@jdbyytt.org
Web: http://www.jdbyytt.org
Contact: Mrs. Shelley Cardash, Early Childhood Director

JDBY-YTT is dedicated to transmitting the values and life style of orthodox Jewish tradition while providing a strong, comprehensive secular education. As a Jewish parochial school, our goal is to provide a learning environment in which children acquire skills and knowledge in all secular subjects in an environment based on Torah (Jewish Law), mitzvoth (performing good deeds), tzedakah (acts of charity) and limud (study and learning). We recognize and respect the dignity of all students, striving to maximize individual strengths and achievements in a positive, supportive learning environment.

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