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Jewish Education Online Development
330 Sherman Ave, Teaneck, NJ 07666
Jewish Education Online Development is an organization that promotes Jewish education by advising schools andMore institutions how to function more efficiently. Its primary product is the Jewish Education Online Database, which eases administrative work, registration and the dissemination of information to communities. The ultimate goal is to sustain and improve Jewish education by cost reduction and better, more careful use of resources.
Teaneck Community Education Center
1 Merrison St, Teaneck, NJ 07666

The Teaneck Community Education Center is an independent, non-profit organization operated by the Board ofMore Education. It oversees a variety of educational and cultural programs throughout Teaneck. Programs include foreign language and dance classes, arts and yoga workshops, how-to professional seminars and various field trips.

This location is the central administration office. Registration information and a list of current and upcoming classes and workshops are available on its website. Registration payments are accepted by cash or check.

Melody Arons Center for Applied Preschool & Education Research
210 Carlton Ter, Teaneck, NJ 07666
The Melody Arons Center for Applied Preschool & Education Research is a non-profit organization which caters toMore at-risk and developmentally disabled infants, toddlers and preschoolers from the ages of birth to five. It offers early intervention, diagnosis, treatment and education, and provides public and private schools, agencies and other organizations with training and teaching programs. 
Animations
475 Cedar Ln, Teaneck, NJ 07666
Animations is a children's gift store filled with toys, books, educational items and unique gifts. Hand-crafted andMore personalized gifts as well as gift baskets and party favors are also available.  Animations places a high emphasis on selecting items that encourage exploration, creativity and growth. The staff are knowledgeable and helpful, and can assist you in selecting the perfect age-appropriate educational  gift.
Sinai High School for Boys
1600 Queen Anne Rd, Teaneck, NJ 07666
Sinai High School for Boys provides a Jewish education for children and young adults with developmental disabilities andMore special needs.  The school is the only one of its kind that holds accreditation from the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. Courses include math, reading, computers and phsyical education as well life and vocational skills.
Congregation Beth Sholom
354 Maitland Ave, Teaneck, NJ 07666
Congregation Beth Sholom was first established in 1952. The Conservative Jewish Synagogue offers services of worship andMore as well as education for children and adults. A variety of memberships are available.
Etc Steakhouse
1409 Palisade Ave, Teaneck, NJ 07666
Etc Steakhouse is an upscale restaurant that serves Kosher steaks and dinners. Its menu varies by season. Chef SethMore Warshaw was trained at The Institute of Culinary Education in New York.
Bryant School
Teaneck Rd, Teaneck, NJ 07666

The William Cullen Bryant School serves children in pre-K to first grade.  The school is located on TryonMore Avenue, off Teaneck Road.  A large open field and playground is located on the school grounds.

Programs at the school include special education pre-kindergarten classes and a special education kindergarten. An outreach coordinator at the school helps to grow the home-school connection and work with parents and caregivers.

The school was named for poet and journalist William Cullen Bryant.

Wilbert F. Mays SDA School
405 Englewood Ave, Teaneck, NJ 07666

The Wilbert F. Mays School is a Seventh Day Adventist school serving children from preschool through 8th grade. TheMore school is operated by the Seventh Day Adventist Church and seeks to provide a spiritual and educational experience for each student. 

The school operates under the belief that true education builds the mental, physical and spiritual powers of each student.

The Home and School Association allows parents to stay involved and support the school's programs. In addition to parents, the association includes members of the community who are interested in the well being of students. The Home and School Association includes a governing body that meets to discuss issues facing the school.

Congregation Beth Aaron
950 Queen Anne Rd, Teaneck, NJ 07666
Congregation Beth Aaron offers a mikva, many schools and shuls offering kindergarten through high schoolMore education.  It also offers a daily daf-yomi,  a weekday morning mishna chaburah and nightly shiurim.  The Men's Club and Sisterhood are active organizations within the congregation.
Grace Lutheran Church
1200 River Rd, Teaneck, NJ 07666
This Lutheran congregation is led by Clemens I. Reinke, senior pastor since July 1, 2007. The church offers worship,More Bible study and children's Christian education, charitable and mission programs, among other ministries. Grace also partners with Teaneck's Christ Episcopal Church for ministry and outreach in the community.
Lillian M. Steen School
134 W Main St, Bogota, NJ 07603
Lillian M. Steen School provides comprehensive instruction for children in kindergarten through sixth grade. ItMore encourages kids to take a proactive approach to their education while promoting and celebrating cultural diversity. The school is named for a former principal. 
Whittier School
491 W Englewood Ave, Teaneck, NJ 07666

Whittier Elementary School is is one of three public elementary schools in Teaneck and was named for John GreenleafMore Whittier.

Programs at Whittier include after school child care/ tutoring and special education programs.

The school is located in a mostly residential area on West Englewood Avenue, between Hudson and Essex Roads.

Ethical Culture Society of Bergen County
687 Larch Ave, Teaneck, NJ 07666
The Ethical Culture Society of Bergen County is a chapter of the American Ethical Union. Established in 1953, theMore society is a progressive humanist community that accepts members of all backgrounds and encourages them to reach for their full potential. Led by Dr. Joseph Chuman, the society hosts Sunday "Platform Talks," youth education, study groups and other programs.