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August 20, 1993 - Image 132

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-08-20

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Sometimes...
the best things in life are free.

School

PARENT TRAP page 131

contact: Youth-to-Youth
Hotline for upcoming
events, (313) 644-2293;
Maplegrove Community
Education, (313) 661-66170;
Birmingam/Bloomfield
Families in Action and
Parent-to-Parent, (313) 644-
2245; or contact your child's
school.

WHEN YOUR TEEN
HOSTS A PARTY

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• Set firm ground rule
and make sure they unde_
stand the laws pertaining
alcohol and other drugs an el
the consequences, legal and
personal, for breaking them.
• Stress that they are not
allowed to have a party
when you are not home
and establish the cons-
quences for doing so. If yc
have to go out of town,
make arrangements for
another responsible adult to
stay in your home with your
teen-ager.
• Limit the time of the
party (teens say 6 to 10 p.m.
is reasonable) and the num
ber of guests (30 is a goo
maximum).
• Mail invitations. Tir
inform both the teen gw-,L,s
and their parents abou'.
party details.
• Hold firm against party
crashers. Either you or a
responsible student should
refuse admittance to any
uninvited arrivals.
• Plan for plenty of food
and activities such as danc-
ing or games.
• Let neighbors know that
there will be a party and
that you have forbidden
alcohol.
• Keep a high profile dur-
ing the party. Although they
rarely admit it, teens often
feel more comfortable if an
adult is in the house.
• Consider collaborating
with other parents when
hosting parties to ensure
plenty of adults will be on
hand to supervise.
• Don't allow guests to
come and go. Teens often
stash alcohol in cars then
invent some excuse for leav-
ing the party for a few min-
utes. Do not restrict them
from leaving, but make it
clear they can't return.
• If teen-agers appear to
be drunk or under the influ-
ence of drugs, don't let them
drive; and don't hesitate to
call their parents.

WHEN YOUR TEEN IS
GOING TO A PARTY:

• Get the address and
phone number of the party
giver.
• Call the parents of the
party giver to be sure they
know about the party, that

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