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Oakland Hebrew Day School average salary is $145,000, median salary is $145,000 with a salary range from $145,000 to $145,000.
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Chief Executive Officer 145,000-145,000 OAKLAND, CA, 94619 2010 Oakland Hebrew Day School Chief Executive Officer Salaries (1)
Oakland Hebrew Day School OAKLAND, CA Salaries
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  • Oakland Hebrew Day School
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Oakland, CA
  • Oakland Hebrew Day School is a modern Orthodox Jewish day school providing excellence in Jewish education to the entire Jewish community. Our focus is on the needs of the whole child, fostering a love of learning and a strong sense of Jewish identity. We place equal emphasis on Judaic and general studies, helping our students develop a solid academic foundation in each. We also recognize the significance of the State of Israel and its people, as well as a sense of responsibility for their welfare. The Middot (character) and critical thinking skills our students acquire at OHDS will serve them