Seen 'n Heard - November 2001 Issue (page
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MONARCH SCHOOL SETTLES INTO MONTANA PROPERTY
(October 24, 2001) Patrick McKenna, Founder, and Ranel Hansen, Admissions Director, of Monarch School,
an experiential school near Heron, Montana, 877-955-2232, email@example.com,
stopped by Woodbury Reports in Bonners Ferry interrupting their busy schedule of settling into their 80 acres near the Clark Fork
river. They informed Educational Consultants Lon Woodbury and Loi Eberle that Monarch School has students who are working on their
unique arts-based curriculum. More students are on the way ready for new students, and are offering a sizeable tuition reduction for
a student’s entire time in the program, if they are enrolled by March of 2002.
CHUKITUS WITH ALPINE BOYS RANCH
(October 27, 2001) Drew Chukitus, COO of Alpine Boys Ranch, Leavensworth, Washington, 509-548-7408, firstname.lastname@example.org,
stopped by Woodbury Reports to inform us they had completed the transition from being a treatment center, regulated by the Dept. of
Social and Health Services, to being an emotional growth school regulated by another state agency. The all boys program is located
on some beautiful property outside the town of Leavensworth (Woodbury Reports Jun 1992, Aug 1992; Seen N’ Heard, Jun 2000 #70, Apr
CAMERON PULLAN INVITES ED CONSULTANTS TO SPRING CREEK LODGE
(October 27, 2001) Cameron Pullan, Director of Spring Creek Lodge, an emotional growth school in Thompson Falls, Montana,
506.827.4344 contacted Woodbury Reports, Inc. to extend an invitation to all educational consultants to visit Spring Creek Lodge.
He emphasized that although the school is part of the World Wide Association of Schools and Programs (WWASP) network, they are independently
owned and operated. Speaking of the large number of satisfied customers, he encouraged consultants to please visit to see for themselves
what the school has to offer.
CAROL HOPWOOD, L.C.S.W. OF TRANSITIONAL HOME PLACEMENT STOPS IN
(October 31, 2001) Carol Hopwood, L.C.S.W. of Transitional Home Placement, Kalispell, Montana 406.257.1330, email@example.com,
stopped by the Woodbury Reports, Inc. office to visit with educational consultant and editor, Loi Eberle M.A., 208.267.5550, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hopewood was excited to report how well the two girls in her transitional home were doing. Their activities included finding work
in the local community, attending the local community college, and individual counseling. One girl was transitioning from Montana
Academy to Hopwood’s transitional program as part of her work to eventually attain independence and self- sufficiency. Hopwood anticipates
having space for one at least one other girl.
WOODBURY REPORTS AT IECA TAMPA
(November 2, 2001) Woodbury Reports Inc., 208-267-5550, was represented at the IECA Fall Conference in Tampa,
Florida by Office Manager Chris Wells and Referral Assistant Kristie Vollar.