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Seen 'n Heard - Dec, 2000 Issue (page 3)

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MATERNITY PROGRAM 
(November 21, 2000) Red Rock Canyon School, St. George, Utah, 800-635-4441, announced their Maternity Program, designed to help young mothers through a successful pregnancy.

ANACONDA MONTANA SETTLES WITH ROCKY TOP (November 27, 2000) Tom Gregory, Tom.Gregory@gte.net, founder of Rocky Top Academy outside Anaconda, Montana, which was closed down by the police on September 11, 1995 due to a variety of felony charges, reported all charges against him were dismissed and a settlement was made for an undisclosed amount. (See Woodbury Reports archives for a list of related articles issues #26, 37, & 38).

PINE RIDGE SCHOOL CONFERENCE 
(November 27, 2000) Pine Ridge School, Williston, Vermont, 802-434-2161 x209, prsinfo@together.net, announced the Second annual Conference on The Social and Emotional Growth of the Learning Disabled: Overview and Strategies will be held April 19 and 20, 2001, at the Radisson Hotel in Burlington, Vermont. Presenters include Michele Berg, Ph.D., Karl Menninger School of Psychiatry, Joy Hopkins, Pine Ridge School, Betty Osman, Ph.D., White Plains Hospital Medical Center, and Larry Silver, M.D., Georgetown University Medical Center.

UTAH CONSULTANTS TOUR 
(November 28, 2000) Gabe Reynolds, Marketing Director for High Peaks Wilderness, Roosevelt, Utah, 877-213-3908, announced that the October consultantís tour that High Peaks helped organize, was very successful. Participating programs were High Peaks Wilderness Program, New Haven, Sunrise, Oakley, Island View, Discovery Academy, Birdseye Boys Ranch, and Logan River. Attending consultants were Leslie Goldberg, Janet Greenwood, Paul Vaughn, Kay Davison, Anne Lewis, Andrew Bryan, and Jane Kolber.

NEW STAFF & WILDERNESS ACTIVITIES AT CRATER LAKE 
(December 4, 2000) Delan Heidrich, M.A. is now teaching twice a week at Crater Lake School, 541-533-2279 clsranch@mcsi.net, Sprague River, Oregon. Also a writer of curriculum books for middle and high school teachers, she is currently working on her thirteenth title, a history book for Instructional Fair Publications. Recently Program Director Rick Snyder and his wife Lisa joined Crater Lake School from CEDUís Rocky Mountain Academy. Crater Lake Schoolís other plans include a Parent Workshop in Feb. or Mar., a five day backpacking and snow shoeing trip in the Sky Lakes Wilderness or Gearhart Mountain Wilderness and a 12-day trip to Death Valley, based on parent response.

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