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Assignment Fox Cities

Wednesday, Oct, 30 2013

       For the past two years, local school officials have been conducting screenings of adolescents
to determine their state of mind to insure they do not have thoughts of harming themselves.  The
program is called Teen Screen, a two-step process that involves a series of computerized
questions and a meeting with a counselor, if needed.
       Project Manager Sarah Bassing-Sutton details the program on Assignment Fox Cities, heard
on WHBY Thursday, October 31st, at 6:45 a.m., 12:45 p.m. and 5:45 p.m.
       It's worth a listen.

posted by: Ray Waiter 21 month(s) ago Comment On This Post


Assignment Fox Cities

Tuesday, Oct, 22 2013

     Time Warner Cable Field at Fox Cities Stadium, home of the Timber Rattlers baseball
team, underwent a major renovation and is now getting some year-round use.    Fun events,
such as weddings and  proms,  and corporate meetings are only part of the story.    Timber
Rattlers President Rob Zerjav has the entire story on Assignment Fox Cities, posted on
our website, whby.com.  You'll find the story and photos under Audio Vault.

posted by: Ray Waiter 21 month(s) ago Comment On This Post


Assignment Fox Cities

Monday, Oct, 14 2013

     Teen Screen is a screening program used in Fox Cities area schools to detect if
adolescents suffer from emotional distress.  Goal of the program is to get medical
attention for the student if needed  and to prevent them from choosing to end their life.
     Teen Screen Program Manager Sarah Bassing-Sutton details the process on
Assignment Fox Cities.  You'll find it on our website, whby.com, under Audio Vault.
It's worth a listen.

posted by: Ray Waiter 21 month(s) ago Comment On This Post


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