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August 04, 1995 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-08-04

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WALLED LAKE page 19

"Our parents are sold on the
Walled Lake School District and
that's why they remain here and
why their children have spent
their entire school careers here,"
he said.
Families that have moved out
because of the bond defeats have
sold their homes to other fami-
lies with children, Dr. Gaynor
said.
While schools in the district
won't take a nosedive because of
the bond defeat — Dr. Gaynor
said class sizes are still "excel-
lent"— some have suffered from
overcrowding.
Enrollment district-wide was
up 600 students last year and is
expected to climb by another 600
this year.
Art and music classes, for ex-
ample, move from classroom to
classroom, forcing teachers to fo-
cus on projects that are easier
and quicker to complete, Dr.
Gaynor said.

Parents are happy
with Walled Lake
schools.

But Walled Lake schools
"have always been a leader in
curriculum development and
implementation," Dr. Gaynor
continued. He talked about the
restructuring of the school day
so that students attend longer
class periods twice a week
rather than the typical 55-
minute class every day.
"It allows them to get into
subject matter more in depth.
It allows them to do interdepart-
mental programs," he said.
Finally, there were the
Rosens and the Klars, two of the
three families interviewed for
last week's story.
They insisted that they were
happy with the education their
children received in the Walled
Lake schools and were content
living in Timber's Edge, their
former neighborhood.
Both families had said the re-
peated defeat of the bond pro-
posals played into their decision
to move.
"If anything good can come
out of this article, we hope peo-
ple will become more aware of
the importance of the Walled
Lake bond proposal for the fu-
ture of our children," Mrs. Rosen
said.



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