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July 01, 1988 - Image 45

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He has been at West Bloom-
field High for five years.
"This is a very different
school than it was five years
ago. The community here is
growing in size. The socio-
economic makeup of the stu-
dent population is higher. We
are seeing a more transient
population as many families
move into the district for the
reputation of the schools, and
others move away because of
job transfers.
"I came into a school where
people weren't com-
municating. There were divi-
sions because of the difference
in the economic outlook of the
Keego Harbor students and
the West Bloomfield ones, the
arrival of Chaldean and
Asian students where there
had not really been many
before, and the numbers of
split homes through divorce.
There were no intervention
programs in place to teach
people to get along with each
other, nor any for drugs and
alcohol problems?'
Faber and his staff, along
with input from students, set
up task forces to diminish
tensions. Groups were set up
to deal with problems, many
involving group counseling.
They include grief groups,
stress management groups,
groups for children of divorc-
ed parents and even one for
new students. Learning labs
have been set up.

Gallup Poll last year
identified drug use as
the most important
problem facing public schools.
Faber and his staff have de-
cided to approach the problem
head-on.
Among the actions taken by
the school is involvement
with Maplegrove, Henry Ford
Hospital's substance abuse
treatment center in West
Bloomfield. They cooperated
in a series of seminars for
parents and professionals.
Explains Faber, "We are the
first district that we know of
that has an agreement with
the local district court and
the police, that if they ap-
prehend a student under the
influence of drugs of alcohol
they are not to just give him
or her a friendly slap on the
wrist and send the student
home. Instead the offender is
to be referred to our school
programs for proper educa-
tion and treatment.
"We don't have real (drug)
use to speak of in this school.
I won't say there's none. This
is a party community, I sup-
pose you could say, and those
who close their eyes to it are
wrong. But we move forward
aggressively to identify the
children who are at risk or
who have problems. We've

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