Plans were being completed here today for the opening of the first Jewish all-day school in this city. Parents of children eligible for entry in the first and second grades this Fall have been invited to enroll them in the new school.
Sponsors of the institution explained that the school would offer balanced sessions in both English and Hebrew subjects. The school will seek approval of the Ohio State Board of Education so that graduates will have high school acceptance. There are at least five Jewish all-day schools in other large Ohio cities.
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