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Seen 'n Heard - Apr, 1992 Issue (page 3).

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Key to Obtaining Insurance Funding for Students
Many programs are telling me the key to obtaining insurance funding for students is, in finding and working with the Case Management person in the Insurance Companies.

Elan School Graduates in Maine
Elan School in Maine reports 80% of last year's graduates went on to college.

Jenelle Boeggeman Trains as Admissions Counselor at Cascade School
Jenelle Boeggeman is in training as an Admissions Counselor at Cascade School, and started Feb. 3rd. She joins Admissions Counselors Judy Tofflemire and Steve Hargis-Bullen.

Phyllis Steinbrecher Recently Conducted Another Staff Workshop
Phyllis Steinbrecher, IECA from Connecticut and author of the book Yes, You Can Say No To Your Teenager, recently conducted another staff workshop at Glenholme School (Devereux), also in Connecticut.

Did You Realize?
Did you realize that if, in dialing a to be unnamed Special Purpose program, you accidentally dial 800 instead of 801, you will get the Penthouse Club of Kinky Pleasures?

Cross Creek Manor Has Six Graduates in Transition Program
Karr Farnsworth, Associate Director of Cross Creek Manor in Utah, tells me they have six graduates who are in their transition program. These girls are still under supervision and doing emotional growth work, but are involved in the community and are going to public school.

What Sets Amity School Apart from Other Schools
Brooke Jackson, U.S. Admissions for Amity School in Italy, explains what sets the school apart from other schools is the distance the child is from home (putting an ocean between the child and home is sometimes what the child needs), its ability to offer the cultural environment of Florence Italy, their very selective admissions policy, and the Advanced Program available for their graduates.

Mt. Bachelor Academy Announces 3rd Annual Summer Venture
Mount Bachelor Academy, in Bend, Oregon, announced the third annual Summer Venture, taking place July 6 - August 23, 1992, for students ages 13-18. Activities include Mountain climbing, Oregon Coast biking, Kayaking, River rafting, Leadership skills and Peer counseling. Contact Adms. Dir. Jeff Johnson 800-462-3404.

Copyright 1992, Woodbury Reports, Inc. (This article may be reproduced without prior approval if the copyright notice and proper publication and author attribution accompanies the copy.)

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