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April 14, 1989 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-14

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Rabbi David Nelson, seated, and Cy Servetter, standing at rear, present
certificates to Andrew Sternberg, Eric Adelman and Peninah Semp.

the winners at Shabbat ser-
vices. "We wanted to do it in
the synagogue so the whole
synagogue family is part of
the program," Servetter said.
"It means more if the rabbi
gives kids words of praise in
front of the congregation.

Teacher Yona Rybak has
her own criteria for picking
students of the month. "The -
children need to be really in-
volved in what we're doing,"
she said. "They must prove
themselves." Participation in
class is important, and the
students must show respect
for the teacher.
Three of Mrs. Rybak's
students, Andrew Sternberg,
Eric Adelman and Peninah
Semp, were picked as Student
of the Month honorees. An-
drew won the award because
"I showed a lot of effort. I
tried real hard to read
Hebrew." The Norup Middle
School sixth grader said he
was picked because his
teacher "saw that I was real-
ly tryiing hard."
Peninah, a sixth grader at
Birney Middle School in-
Southfield, received a cer-
tificate for academic achieve-
ment. She's continuing a
family tradition. Sister
Devorah was also a student of
the month. Her teacher pick-
ed her because "I turn in all
my work. I'm an all-A stu-
dent. I do good."
Eric received the certificate
twice for academic achieve-
ment. "I worked hard and got
my assignments in on time
and was attentive in class and
things like that," the
Brookside School-Cranbrook
fifth grader said. He, too, is
continuing a family tradition.

Younger brother Scott, re-
ceived an award for
citizenship.
The project has been ap-
plauded by the parents and
synagogue members, Servet-
ter said. ❑

Anti-Drug
Curriculum

New York — A new cur-
riculum, available for the first
time, helps educators in
Jewish educational settings
address substance abuse
among Jewish students. The
Curriculum on Substance
Abuse in Jewish Education
and a companion manual was
developed by the Board of
Jewish Education of Greater
New York (BJE), and the
JACS Foundation.
The curriculum, several
years in the making, uses
Jewish sources and the
Jewish life cycle to teach
children that Judaism says no
to drugs. It is suitable for use
in Jewish schools, communi-
ty centers, youth groups
camps and other programs for
Jewish youth.
The curriculum addresses
such areas as self-worth,
Jewish identity, decision
making, responsibility and
substance abuse information.
The curriculum also contains
a listing of Judaic sources,
an agency and program re-
sources section for more infor-
mation, a list of multimedia
materials which can be used
in conjuhction with the cur-
riculum, and a glossary.
BJE will also provide free
teacher training on how best
to use the curricula, either in
the school, or at BJE.

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