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June 07, 1985 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-06-07

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science room, three classrooms
and three conference rooms in
the first phase. Plans are cur-
rently being discussed for a sec-
ond building phase which will
aim toward the addition of eight
more classrooms.
The new wing of the school
will be named the William,
Ethan and Marla Davidson
Wing and the multi-purpose
room will carry the names of
Mike and Mary Must.
According to Marcia Fishman,
the school's executive director,
'‘, the expected target date for
completion of the first phase is
January 1986.
Estimated cost of the first
i phase is $650,000. If the second
phase is approved by the
school's board the total cost of
the additions will be about
$900,000.
Ms. Fishman said a growing
enrollment created the need for
the added space. "We are out of
space at present. We have coun-
seling done, literally, in closets.
The trend is we're only going to
-) get larger."
The school's capacity is 350
and enrollment currently totals
470, with about 35 on the wait-
ing list. Until the additions are
completed, three portables have
been obtained in which to hold
classes, and there may be need
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for a fourth to accommodate the
children on the waiting list, Ms.
Fishman said.
The portables were added to
keep the classes small, she said.
There will be no disruption to
the school's daily operation, ex-
cept in the maintenance and
gym areas, where the construc-
tion will take place. However,
the gym will still be used for
classes.
Since the school was estab-
lished in 1958, it has shown a
trend for growth. Two classes
met at the original site in De-
troit, at Schaefer and Seven
Mile Roads. The school moved to
what is now the Jimmy Prentis
Morris Branch of the Jewish
Community Center, and in-
creased enrollment necessitated
the use of space at neighboring
Cong. B'nai Moshe. The school
moved to its current location in
Farmington Hills in 1970 and
by 1979 added four classrooms.
Portables were first put into use
at the school in 1983.
The groundbreaking cere-
monies were addressed by Rabbi
Yaakov Rosenberg, vice chancel-
lor of the Jewish Theological
Seminary, who said that greater
numbers of Jewish parents are
turning to the day schools for
their children's education.

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Frankel, Borman Lead
1986 Allied Campaign

Stanley D. Frankel and Paul
D. Borman have been named
general chairmen of the 1986
Allied Jewish Campaign.
The announcement came from
Federation President Joel D.
Tauber at a meeting last week
of Federation's Board of Gover-
nors.
Frankel, 1985 Campaign
chairman along with Robert H.
Naftaly, is a member of Federa-
tion's Executive Committee, as
well as its former treasurer. He
is a board member of United
Jewish Charities, chairman of
the joint JWF/UJC financial pol-
icy committee and a member of
the JWF/UJC investment com-
I J mittee. In 1974 he received the
Frank A. Wetsman Memorial
Leadership Award.
He is the boards of the Michi-
gan Anti-Defamation League
and the Jewish National Fund
and is a trustee of Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
Active on the national level,
Frankel chaired the United
Jewish Appeal's Young Leader-
ship Cabinet and is a board
member of the Council of Jewish
Federations, the Jewish Educa-
tion Service of North America,
the National Foundation for
Jewish Culture and the Na-
tional Jewish Resource Center.
Borman, a vice chairman of
the 1985 Campaign and past
chairman of its Professional
Service Division, serves on Fed-
eration's Board of Governors
and has been active in its
budgeting and planning di-
visions. He currently serves on
the Executive Committee of the

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Paul D. Borman

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on the board of the Detroit Serv-
ice Group. He is a member of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.

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