I hope everyone's holiday is going well.
I recieved a link from Lon Woodbury's website, Struggling Teens, and he is asking for testimonials from current and alumni families from programs across the Nation.
He wants this to be a way for parents who are making decisions about their teen to have real testimonies from families about the school they are looking at. As many of you know, it can be difficult to navigate through all the programs to find one that fits your teen--and is good. This would be a great tool to help them.
Here is the link below. If you are comfortable putting your name out there, we think this can really help.
Thanks for taking the time to give your opinion. It matters.
Testimonials about private parent-choice resources are on the strugglingteens.com web site at http://bit.ly/bxCP0k
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Thursday, February 11, 2010
I was going through some of the various pictures we had laying inside the computer and thought that people should really see some of the awesome, funny, and just quirkey stuff that the students put together while they are here.