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August 20, 1982 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-08-20

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46 Friday, August 20, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

UHS Special Education
Program Expanded for Fall

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The United Hebrew
Schools announces the ex-
pansion of its special-
education program, "Ves-
hinan tam" ("And you shall
teach them").
This program, together
with the Temple Beth El
Giborim and Rishonim Pro-
gram, is supported by the
Norman and Rose Shulevitz
Foundation.
Temple Beth El Giborim
and Rishonim Programs

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hold sessions at 9:30 a.m.
Saturdays.
The Giborim program
includes all excep-
tionalities except the
emotionally impaired.
There are two classes,
one lower elementary
and the other more ad-
vanced. There are no age
limits.
The Rishonim Program is
for emotionally impaired
children. Many of the ac-
tivities are held jointly with
the Giborim. These children
also have their. own
classroom.
All three classrooms
cover the Jewish holidays,
symbols, Shabat, Bible
heroes, prayer and Israel.
Introductory Hebrew (pre-
Bar Mitzva), crafts, Israeli
music and dance and even
some cooking and baking
are part of this program.
Private tutoring for Bar/
Bat Mitzva can be arranged.
The program is held on
Shabat so the children can
attend services. Parents are
invited to join them at serv-
ices. The coordinated
Chaverim program involves
the participation of seventh
and eighth graders, work-
ing with students on a one-
to-one basis.
The staff of four
teachers all hold degrees,
three in special educa-
tion and one in music
therapy.
The United Hebrew
Schools program meets at
Cong. Bnai David on Sun-
day for four hours, Tuesdays
and Thursdays for two
hours each day. Thirteen
students are in the learning
disabilities class while 11
students with a variety of
exceptionalities are in the
second class. Three student
are taught privately.
The curriculum includes
prayer and synagogue
skills, Jewish holidays, Bi-
ble, and a new Jewish val-
ues unit, as well as arts and
crafts and music.
Four boys are being pre-
pared for Bar Mitzva this
year, for which they will
read the Maftir with the
appropriate blessings. The
staff of seven is trained in
special education as well as
Judaica.
The above programs
are open to all Jewish
handicapped children in
the Detroit area. No
transportation is pro-
vided. Car pools can be
arranged upon request.
For information contact
Rose Werney, special edu-
cational coordinator at
Temple Beth El, 851-1100;
or Rochelle Millen, director
of special projects, United
Hebrew Schools, 354-1050.

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