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Seen 'n Heard - Dec, 1993 Issue (page 1).

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Heritage School Has Had A Change of Leadership
Heritage School in Calistoga, California has had a change of leadership, but with the same program. Ron Whitney has left for new challenges and REPORTS would appreciate hearing from him as to exactly what he is up to now. The new leadership includes Susan Whitney, Director of Applications and Admissions, Reginald Alexander as Board Chairman, and John Rocky has just been hired as Headmaster to head up the academic program. Their flyer says their typical student has been achieving below the expected levels in previous schooling, and they provide a highly structured educational program which is closely supervised, and rich in personal attention. "Counseling is an integral portion of the overall school philosophy. Individual, small and large group counseling sessions are scheduled on an ongoing basis as well as private professional therapy."

Diane Albrecht Practices Her New Hobby
If a biker complete with helmet and black leather jacket shows up at the gates of your school, look closely before you hustle them off the property. It just might be IECA member educational consultant Diane Albrecht from San Francisco practicing her new hobby.

Lively Conversations At Recent IECA Conference
Lon and Linda give the nod for most appreciated hostesses to Amy Sobieszczyk of Three Springs from Alabama, and Jane Ellen Rhodes of Brown Schools Behavioral Health from Texas. They each treated several consultants to dinner at the Ice House during the recent IECA conference at Burlington, Vermont. Overheard conversations included Diane Albrecht of San Francisco telling of her experiences as a biker, and Phyllis Kozokoff thanking her lucky stars she and her husband had moved to Cleveland Ohio twenty years ago for what was supposed to be a temporary job. Although both groups were separate (Linda & I were with Amy), the conversations became lively and animated, and both hostesses were wise enough to get us all back to the hotel before there was any damage done to our reputations or anything else.

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