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Janelle Stevenson

Would you advise programs that do not call year-round to do away with attempt limits? Since we instituted attempt limits three years ago, we have finally gotten all the way through our calling pool during the 20 weeks of calling we do each school year. I'm loathe to eliminate the limits for fear that we will not be able to finish the pool.

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