Seen 'n Heard - Apr,
2000 Issue (page 3)
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FRIENDS OF SPECIAL SCHOOLS ENDOWMENT
(March 17, 2000) Kelly Ross, Executive Director of The Friends of Special Schools, announced they have created this
organization as a non-profit [501 (C) 3] organization to serve children and the parents of children who require special schooling.
It was originally formed in 1997, and can be found on the web at www.specialneedschildren.com.
SOLTREKS LOOKING FOR WILDERNESS INSTRUCTORS
(March 21, 2000) Lori Hanna, Co-Founder/Co-Director of Soltreks,
Duluth, Minn., 218-525- 5803, email@example.com, a small therapeutic adventure
based program announced they are looking for wilderness instructors with at least 3 years experience working with youth at-risk. The
positions will be for this summer. Internships are also available.
JEFF JOHNSON AT WILDERNESS QUEST
(March 21, 2000) Jeff Johnson has been working at Wilderness Quest for about a month, doing marketing and admissions
along with Anngela Ritter. Jeff previously worked in admissions for SUWS, and before that was with Mt. Bachelor Academy. Jeff can
be reached at 208-934-9461.
ARMBRUSTER TO LEAVE CEDU
(March 21, 2000) Lori Armbruster, Consultant Services for The CEDU Family of Services, 208-265-0607, announced she
would be leaving CEDU as of April 7, 2000. Lori says she has been considering this for some time, and her resignation has no relation
to other changes that have been happening at CEDU. She will be working in a regional office of an international company outside the
Special Needs field, but will remain connected to that field through freelance projects with Saul Rudman.
VOYAGEUR OUTWARD BOUND ASCENT
(March 22, 2000) Hurricane Island and Pacific Crest Outward Bound are no longer offering Ascent courses that go beyond
the basic wilderness experience, designed for children making poor decisions. However, Voyageur Outward Bound, based in Minnesota
still offers Ascent courses for 14-17 year olds. This year they offer nine 28-day sessions with the first session beginning on May
7, 2000 and the last session starting September 10, 2000.
3RD ANNUAL LLAMA ADVENTURE
(March 25, 2000) Sue Crowell, Director of SUWS Programs, Shoshone, Idaho, 888-667-7897, firstname.lastname@example.org,
announced their 3rd Annual Great Llama Adventure will be June 16-18, 2000. This particular event, is designed for educational consultants
only, as a way for them to experience the program. It will be limited to 20 respondents.
TILLES RETIRES FROM CASCADE SCHOOL
(March 27, 2000) Michael Allgood, Headmaster of Cascade School,
530-472-3031, announced the retirement of Gayle Tilles, the school’s Associate Head and one of the founders of the school. He also
announced the appointments of Suzanne Caswell as Director of Studies, and Sunny Weir as Director of Admissions. Rounding out the admission
department is the well-known Judy Becks, and two new faces, George Rogers and Hallie Griggs.
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