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SINGLE GENDER AT SUWS
(June 20, 2001) Jim Glaeser, Director, and Reid Treadaway, Admissions Director for SUWS of the Carolinas, 888-828-9770,
announced the wilderness program is now running all female student groups, all male student groups, and co-ed student groups, which
allows increased flexibility to put new enrollees in the best situation for them possible.
PATTI DOYLE NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF CEDU’S ADULT EDUCATION
(June 25, 2001) Dan Krabacher, President & CEO of CEDU Family of
Services (208)267-0607, Sandpoint, Idaho announced that Patti Doyle will become the Executive Director of Adult Education at CEDU.
Formerly the Executive Director of California’s CEDU Middle School and CEDU HS, Patti Doyle’s transition into her new position is
targeted for August 1. This “significant move for CEDU” is an effort to provide a “parallel education process for the parents” to
help “support their child’s education and hopefully gain some knowledge that is useful to them as well.”
NATWC PUBLISHES JOURNAL OF OUTDOOR THERAPEUTIC PROGRAMING
(June 28, 2001) Volume 1, No. 1 of “Pathways,” the Journal of Outdoor Therapeutic Programming, Spring/Summer 2001 was
recently published by The National Association of Therapeutic Wilderness Camps (NATWC). This first issue resulted from the January,
2001 board meeting in Atlanta, where members became convinced it was time to part ways with the International Journal of Wilderness.
The NATWC Journal includes research relating to wilderness programming, and communicates about the upcoming conference in the fall,
September 16-19, at the Unicoi State Park in Helen, GA.
WILBRAHAM MONSON ACADEMY GRADUATES 78 CO-EDS
(June 25) Brinley Hall, of Wilbraham Monson Academy, a boarding school in Wilbraham, Massachusetts, 413-596-6811, informed
the Woodbury Reports office that 78 young men and women successfully finished their studies. Christopher C. Moore, Admission director
at Lake Forest Academy in Illinois, will be taking over as director at Wilbraham. Also, their Gill Memorial Library was remodeled
into The Writing Center and the Alumni Memorial Chapel was renovated for recitals and small dramatic productions. Currently they are
seeking coeds for grades 9 through 11, with a few openings for post-graduates, and “2 or 3 spots for youngsters with mild to moderate