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Al Bayan Arabic Weekend School 
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Address: 5225 West Alexis Road
Sylvania, OH 43560
Telephone: (419) 882-3339
Web address: http://www.masjidsaad.org/
Name: Mrs. Aalaa El deib
Title: Principal
Email: tia_principal@nwoca.org
Telephone: (419) 292-1492
Purposes and goals of the program:
Al Bayan's weekend school offers Arabic, Islamic, & Quranic Classes on Saturday for children and adults. The adult program aims to teach adults who have never spoken Arabic to read, write, and speak Arabic.Children as young as 7 or 8 attend the Saturday program, learn Arabic, Quran, and Islamic studies. Children are taught everything from basic manners to more advanced Islamic topics.
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  • Arabic
  • Program type:  Community-Based
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    Updated by Carmen Winkler on 11/10/2017