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June 01, 1990 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-06-01

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The Reform Day School

laDEKGAKIE

FULL DAY 8:45 AM-3:45 PM X 3,000

Individualized • Nurturing 4) Hands On
yt * TEACHER *

"MISS HONEY" FRANK

M.A. Child Development Specialist
14 Years' Experience - Own Parent/Toddler Program
6 Years Teaching Kindergarten

"Children today have so much exposure to learning at such a young age that they usually
come to school eager to . learn all they can. However, educators must be aware of development
limitations and adjust their teaching to assure that every child is successful. I believe one
of the most important goals of an early elementary teacher is to instill self-confidence in
every child. When a child has a good self-image he can accomplish just about anything."

A SUPERIOR ACADEMIC PROGRAM - THE FINEST JEWISH EDUCATION -
PROFICIENCY IN HEBREW - SMALL CLASS SIZES - EXCELLENT TEACHERS -
A LOVING CARING ENVIRONMENT
■ Math Their Way
• Process Writing
■ Science
■ Hebrew
■ Social Studies
• Integrated Judaica

- ENRICHMENT -

• Drama
• Swimming
• Cooking
• Computers

• Indoor and Outdoor Sports

• Sports Skills

SHUTTLE FROM 10 MILE J.C.C.

RESIDENTS OF WALLED LAKE SCHOOL DISTRICT ARE ENTITLED TO BUSSING

Now taking ENROLLMENT for Kindergarten, First and Second Grades for Fall 1990

For further information please call

Dr. Margaret S. Eichner, Headmaster at 661.2220

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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