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March 17, 1989 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-17

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LCOHOL
RUGS:. USE and MISUSE

The school will be housed in
what is now room 333 of the
Maple/Drake Jewish Center.
It will have four classrooms,
multi-purpose room, offices
and bathrooms. The entrance
to the school will be at the
rear of the Center, and
children will be met daily by
the teachers and teachers'
aides and taken to their
classrooms.
In cooperation with Hillel
'Day School, Yavneh has made
arrangements for children to
have bus transportation from
the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Jewish Center. Yavneh
students living in the Walled
Lake School District will be
able to use that district's bus
service to the school. The
school will help arrange car-
pools in Farmington Hills and
West Bloomfield.
A minimum of 10 students
is needed to open each grade,
Eichner said. Each year a
new grade will be added up to
the eighth grade. No services
will be will be available for
children with special needs,

Students can be
bused from the
Morris JCC.

but they may be bused to the
Walled Lake schools for those
services if the parents wish.
"For those things we can't
provide, we'll find alternative
resources," Jonas said.
The Yavneh curriculum will
be an individualized
developmental program in
which children can learn at
their own pace and "in a style
comfortable for that child,"
Eichner explained. It will
take a hands-on approach,
and Jewish life, values, ritual
and practice will be incor-
porated. Students also will
participate in a variety of
enrichment activities, in-
cluding sports, arts and
crafts, computers, drama and
cooking. All children will be
tested for readiness prior to
their acceptance into the
school.
Careful consideration is be-
ing paid to the hiring of
teachers, Eichner said. "We
are committed to having
state-certified teachers and
teaching assistants. Teachers
are the key to success of the
school.
"We are developing the best
school," Eichner said. "It is
the dream of every educator
to put together a school like
this — state of the art."
To Jonas, the school has to
be attractive to both parents
and kids. "We want to provide
a quality secular education
and the Judaica to go with it.
It has to be a fun, warm place
to go to school." ❑

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Moderator: Judge Stephen C. Cooper, 46th District Judge
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This important educational program is co-sponsored by (partial list):
Adat Shalom Synagogue
International Federation of Jewish
B'nai B'rith
Men's Clubs-Great Lakes Region
B'nai B'rith Barristers
Jewish Community Center of
B'nai B'rith Young Organization
Metropolitan Detroit
B'nai Israel Congregation of West Jewish Community Council of
Bloomfield
Metropolitan Detroit
Brotherhood-Jacobson B'nai B'rith Jewish Family Service
Men's Lodge
Jewish National Fund
Congregation Beth Achim
Jewish Parents' Institute
Congregation Beth Abraham-Hillel Jewish. Resettlement Service
Moses
Jewish Vocational Service
Congregation Beth Shalom
Metropolitan Detroit Federation of
Congregation B'nai Israel
Reform Synagogues
Congregation Shaarey Zedek
Michigan Conference of Rabbis
Council of Orthodox Rabbis
Mothers Against Drunk Driving
Hadassah-Detroit Chapter
(M.A.D.D.)
Hillel Day School
National Council of Jewish Women

Na'Amat U.S.A.
Project Pride
Synagogue Council of
Metropolitan Detroit
Temple Beth El
Temple Emanu-El Couples Club
Temple Kol Ami
Temple Israel
Temple Shir Shalom
The Birmingham Temple
The Jewish News
Women of Maimonides Medical
Society
Young Israel Center of Oak
Woods
Zionist Organization of
America

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