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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-05-15

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dress. See page 34.

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JCC concert. See page 40.

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>> cover story

Into The
Future

Temple Kol Ami religious
school revamped to stress
experiential learning.

Beverly Stone

Special to the Jewish News

R

eligious school at Temple Kol Ami
has totally reinvented itself, as
students in grades preK-8 are expe-
riencing a new way to approach learning at
Sunday school and Hebrew school.
Funded by the New York-based
Partnership for Effective Learning and
Innovative Education (PELIE) at the nation-
al level and the Hermelin Davidson Center
for Congregational Excellence at the local
level, the three-year project has rewritten

T

CONTINUED ON PAGE 14

Prom, graduation season means
extra vigilance for parents.

his is an exciting time of year for high
school seniors
and their families;
Prom and
classes are over and it's time graduation party
to celebrate with proms,
drinking and
graduation parties and other drugs can pose
festivities. The downside of serious legal,
all this revelry is the surge
health problems.
in underage drinking and
other risky activities that
often accompany this otherwise happy season.
Short of locking your teenagers in a closed

CONTINUED ON PAGE 8

Ronelle Grier I Contributing Writer

Young Kol Ami students participate in a
rousing round of "Jewpardy."

JN

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