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Seen 'n Heard - Jul, 2000 Issue (page 2)

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INTERNETíS SNAP DIRECTORY SELECTS STRUGGLINGTEENS.COM 
(June 12, 2000) The Snap Internet Search Engine announced that StrugglingTeens.com, published by Woodbury Reports, has been selected as one of the most popular LiveDirectory sites in their database and has promoted it to the Snapís Premium Directory. The site was ďindependently reviewed by one of our editors and placed where it will be available both in the Top Web Sites section of search results and in our topic-based directory of Web listings.Ē

CULOTTA & PETREY APPOINTED AT CASCADE
(June 14, 2000) Michael Allgood, founder and Executive Director of Cascade School, Whitmore, California, 530-472-3031, announced Jack Culotta has been appointed the new headmaster, and that Genelle Petrey-Boeggeman will be returning to the Cascade School Admissions Department. [This article is outdated.  Cascade School closed January 20, 2004.]

CEO WITH AT-RISK YOUTH LOOKING
(June 15, 2000) A licensed and experienced attorney with two years of successful experience as Chief Executive Officer for a private-pay program for at-risk adolescents, is looking for a management position. For further information, contact Lon Woodbury at Woodbury Reports Inc., 208-267-5550.

OPENINGS AT WHITELEY MEADOWS
(June 16, 2000) Claudia Whiteley and Phil Jones, Whiteley Meadows, Clark Fork, Idaho, 208-266-1672, announced they still have summer openings for boys ages 8 to 14 in their north Idaho working farm. They work with boys that need a stable, fun time in a safe and nurturing environment, screening out boys with severe emotional/behavioral problems. The boys enrolled will have opportunities to associate with horses, sheep, chickens, ducks, dogs, cats and will have plenty of time for fishing and swimming. Whiteley Meadows also has openings for their year-round program where residents attend either public school or have home schooling, depending on their needs.

OPENINGS AT ST. PAULíS ACADEMY
(June 16, 2000) Dave Johnson, Director of Admission at St. Paulís Academy, Phoenix, Arizona, 602-956-9090, stpauls@goodnet.com, announced they still have openings for their second summer session starting July 17th, and have several openings for the next academic year. St. Paulís Academy is a College Prep Boarding and Day School with a strong personal growth component.

RED ROCK CANYON SCHOOL ENROLLMENT
(June 16, 2000) Todd Hockenbury, admissions for Red Rock Canyon School in St. George, Utah, 800-635-4441, reported an enrollment of 50 students. The school is a Treatment Center that started enrolling students in November 1999.

SUNRISE ACADEMY OPENING
(June 16, 2000) Jeff Jeppsen, 435-257-1194, announced his new program, Sunrise Academy, will begin operation July 15th, with the wilderness component of their program being coordinated by their new staff member Shane Gallagher, who was formerly with Anasazi Foundation.

COTT HESS TO LEAVE ASPEN RANCH
(June 16, 2000) Scott Hess, Clinical director for Aspen Ranch, Loa, Utah, 435-836-2080, ranch@color-country.net, announced he has accepted a professional opportunity that will require him to leave the ranch. Hess has been with the ranch for a year and a half.

KING GEORGE SCHOOL GRADUATION
(June 18, 2000) Rebecca Plona, Director of Admissions for King George School, Sutton Vermont, 800-218-5122, announced their six member class of year 2000 are graduating from the school.

ANOTHER COOPER JOINS WOLFEBORO CAMP SCHOOL STAFF
(June 20, 2000) Wolfeboro Camp School, Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, 603-569-3451, announced Edward A. Cooper has been appointed Assistant Head of School. Edward joins his father William A. Cooper, who is Head of the school. Wolfeboro is a Summer Boarding School that has been in operation since 1910.

CAROLYN WOLF TRAVELS THROUGH TOWN
(June 19, 2000) Carolyn Wolf, one of the founders and owners of Second Nature, a Clinical wilderness intervention program, Duchesne, Utah, 818-906-7611, was in Bonners Ferry visiting old friends and co-workers from the days when she was on staff at Rocky Mountain Academy, whose campus is a few miles from town.

1998 ARCHIVES ONLINE
(June 21, 2000) Woodbury Reports Online archives now includes all issues up to 1998. The Archives include all articles published from November 1989 through the last issue printed in 1998. It can be accessed by going to www.strugglingteens.com, then going to the newsletter archive link.

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