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August 16, 1985 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-08-16

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Who's Watching Johnny?

Continued from preceding page

Despite the proliferation of
latchkey programs there are
still children who stay at
home alone.
The National Council of
Jewish Women, through the
Orchards program,. has
created "Phonefriend" for
these children. Manned by
volunteers and staffed with
one professional "Phonef-
riend" allows children to call
up and have someone to talk
to. David Maiseloff, who is in
charge of the program, says
that 95 percent of the calls
they receive are from bored
children. From December to
June, "Phonefriend" handled
1,000 telephone calls.
Finding out about latchkey
and extended day programs
can be as difficult as decid-
ing to use them. Levin dis-
covered the programs
through word-of-mouth. But
since the programs are rela-
tively new, having developed
within the last few years,
few parents know what to
look for.

Alva Dworkin, licensing
consultant for Michigan's
Department of Social Serv-
ices Bureau of Regulatory
Service and the Division of
Daycare Center Licensing,
says that parents should
check to make sure their
latchkey center is licensed.
Any center may be granted
a provisional license when it
first applies. After six
months, the department
either grants a regular two-
year license, or denies or re-
news the provisional license.
Latchkey centers must also
be inspected by the local
health and fire agencies and
the inspection reports must
be submitted to the state.
Parents should make sure
that one care giver is present
for every 20 children, which
is required under the licens-
ing code.
Oakland County Social
Services has a 'committee set
up to deal with any prob-
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A Key To Services

Berkley School District:
Latchkey for grades k-5.
Afternoon program is 3
p.m.-6 p.m. Pre-
registration is required.
Program offers snacks,
arts, crafts and outside
play.
Birmingham School Dis-
trict: Latchkey for grades
k-5; 7 a.m.-9 a.m.; 3:30
p.m.-5:30 p.m. Each
elementary school is run
independently. Drop-in
permitted. Program offers
snacks, arts, crafts.
Bloomfield Hills School
District: Latchkey for

pottery and art, tutors,
snacks and a lounge with
games.
Southfield School Dis-
trict: Latchkey for grades
k-5. 7:30 a.m.-9 a.m. and
3:30 p.m.-6 p.m. Registra-
tion. Program offers light
breakfast, snack, music
and craft periods.
Temple Emanu-El: Ex-
tended day at nursery
school for ages 21/2-6. 7:30

with the local YMCA. Af-
ternoon snack offered.
Jewish Community Cen-
ter, Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch: Latchkey for Oak
Park School District
grades is-15; 3 p.m.-6 pm.
Registration required,
Program offers two 'tracks
of classes in _music, gym,

notification. Program of-
fers snacks, games and
media access.
There is a charge for all
the programs listed, Prices
vary. For information on
latchkey programs, call
the school district's com-
munity education depart-
ment.

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a.m.-8:45 a.m. and 3:30
p.m.-6 p.m. Drop-in per-
mitted. Breakfast and late
snack offered.
United Hebrew Schools:
Extended day with nur-
sery school only, for ages
2%-5; 7:30 a.m.-8 a.m. and
3:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m. Usu-
ally pre-arranged
attendance. Offers snacks.
West Bloomfield School
District: Latchkey for
grades k-5; 7 a.m,-7:30
a.m. and end of school till
6 p.m. Pre-registration,

grades k-5; 7:15 a.m. until
start of school, and end of
school day until 6 p.m.
Preregistration required.
Program offers movies,
cooking, art, crafts and
computers.
Farmington School Dis-
trict: Latchkey for grades
k-5.7:30 a.m. to beginning
of school, and end of
school to 6 p.m. Offered and drop-in with 48-hour

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