Seen 'n Heard - Nov,
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(June 2000) Jodi Tuttle, Founder of The Academy at Cedar Mountain,
877-723-3729, firstname.lastname@example.org, Cedar City, Utah, announced their students were
participating in what she calls Knowledge Trek 2000. The first hand-on learning experience, called Ancient Americans, Archaeology
& Geology: Discovering the Grand Circle, “traveled through the American southwest to visit ancient Native American ruins, hieroglyphs,
incredible national parks and rock formations, the Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam, and a host of other destinations and museums.”
SECRET HARBOR SCHOOL HOSTS SUCCESSFUL CONFERENCE
(September 13-14, 2000) Beth Woolley, Community Relations Manager for Secret Harbor School, Anacortes, Washington, 206-293-5151, described
a successful conference they held for professional staff and foster parents who work with troubled children and teens. Timothy J.
Kahn, MSW, a local and nationally recognized expert, spoke to a capacity crowd on “Sexually Aggressive Youth: Understanding children
and Adolescents with Sexual Behavior Problems.” On the second day, Masrk Katz, Ph.D. instructed the audience about “Overcoming Childhood
Adversities: Lessons Learned From Those Who ‘Beat the Odds.’” They plan to hold their Third Annual Conference in the Fall of 2001
with an expanded capacity.
GERRARD INTERIM CEO FOR PROVO CANYON
(September 14, 2000) Woodbury Reports learned that Brad Gerrard accepted an
offer to be Interim CEO for Provo Canyon School, Provo Utah, 800-848-9819, replacing Jeff Smith who left to help Larry Carter develop
Logan River Academy in northern Utah. [More recently Gerrard became Provo’s Director of Business Development.] On August 18, 2000,
Universal Health Services Inc. purchased Provo Canyon. UHS is the nation’s third largest hospital company and claims to be the largest
behavioral health provider.
LOGAN RIVER ACADEMY OPENS
(October 4, 2000) Larry Carter, CEO of the new Logan River Academy,
Logan, Utah, 886-755-8400, announced the school is now open, and already has students. This residential treatment facility serves
boys and girls ages 12-17, and has its own private school.
SINCLAIR TOURS THROUGH TOWN
(September 24, 2000) Renee Sinclair, a new educational consultant located in Bend, Oregon 541-318-5402, wound up her trip visiting
schools and programs in and around North Idaho by a quick stop at Woodbury Reports Inc.
DORNY JOINS PROVO CANYON ADMISSIONS
(October 9, 2000) Denise Westman, representative for Provo Canyon
School, Provo, Utah, 619-588-7499, announced Clinton Dorny has joined the school as an Admissions counselor. Dony has worked the
previous three years with Prevention Programs for Youth throughout Utah.
CAMERON HARDY KOCUREK ARRIVES
(October 11, 2000) Cameron Hardy Kocurek was born to Sage Walk owner/manager Chris Kocurek, and educational consultant
Carolyn Kocurek, of Austin, Texas, 512-263- 7337. Born at 1:10 PM on October 11, he was twenty-one inches long, weighing eight pounds
and three ounces.
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