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March 12, 1993 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-03-12

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The fifth annual Schochet
Family Outstanding Teach-
er Award, in recognition of
those who dedicate their
careers to strengthening
Jewish learning and identi-
ty among students, has
added two new honors for
extraordinary achievement
in teaching.
The winner of the
Outstanding Teacher
Award will receive up to
$2,000 to fund a project pro-
posed by the candidate in
any area of Jewish learning
and teaching. The new hon-
ors, which consist of two
$500 prizes, will be present-
ed to teachers for excellence
in Jewish education.
Applications for all three
awards are being accepted
through April 8. Anyone

Winner will receive
up to $2,000.

can submit names of candi-
dates, who must be involved
in Jewish education in the
metropolitan Detroit area.
Nominees for the three
awards will be judged on
their individual qualities,
including professionalism,
an ability to be innovative,
a demonstrated commit-
ment to Jewish education
and empathy with students
and their families. In addi-
tion, nominees for the
$2,000 Schochet Family
Outstanding Teacher
Award will be judged on the
potential benefits of their
proposals.
The winner of last year's
award was Bayla Lands-
man, who received the
award for her plan to create
a handbook for teachers of
Judaic and Hebrew subjects
for students with unique
learning styles.
The handbook will be
available to teachers locally
through the AJE Teacher
Resource Center and
nationally through the
Jewish Special Educators
Network.
The awards are spon-
sored by the Frank and
Freda Schochet Fund of the
United Jewish Foundation
and administered in part-
nership with the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit.
Minneapolis philan-
thropists Frank and Freda
Schochet have provided

scholarships for teachers in
their community to attend
professional conferences
and extended their interest
in Jewish education to
Detroit, where their son,
Dr. Claude Schochet, is a
professor at Wayne State
University.
Names of candidates
should be submitted to the
Schochet Award committee,
P.O. Box 2030, Bloomfield
Hills MI 48303. For entry
forms and information, Call
Randie Levin, 642-4260.

State Recalls
Warsaw Ghetto

The annual State of
Michigan Holocaust
Commemoration will take
place noon April 1 in the
Rotunda of the Capitol
Building in Lansing.
Titled "Revolt Amid the
Darkness," the program
will honor the memory of
the Jews of the Warsaw
Ghetto. A bus for those
wishing to attend the pro-
gram will leave from the
Oak Park Jewish Com-
munity Center at 9:30
that morning. There is a
charge, and advance
reservations are request-
ed.
Master of ceremonies
will be State Sen. Lana
Pollack. Michigan State
Professor Barry Gross will
deliver the keynote
address, and the winner of
the state-wide teen
Holocaust essay contest,
which is sponsored each
year by Children of
Holocaust Survivors
Association in Michigan
(C.H.A.I.M.), will read the
winning essay. Holocaust
survivors will participate
in a candle-lighting cere-
mony, lighting one candle
for each million Jews who
perished.
The commemoration is
sponsored by the office of
Gov. John Engler, in coop-
eration with the Michigan
Jewish Conference and
the Jewish Community
Council of Metropolitan
Detroit. The Jewish War
Veterans, C.H.A.I.M. and
B'nai B'rith Einstein
Lodge are helping to
defray the cost of the bus.
For information, or to
reserve a seat on the bus,
call the Jewish Com-
munity Council, 642-5393.

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