• Speech Language Pathologists

    The purpose of the speech and language program is to provide service to students who have significant communication problems that affect their ability to access the curriculum.  Communication disorders include problems with articulation, voice, fluency, receptive and expressive language, pragmatic language, and auditory processing skills.  Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) are assigned to all schools in the county based upon individual student needs.  Speech-language pathologists use a continuum of service delivery models including consultation, individual, small group, and classroom collaboration as determined by the students’ IEPs.

    We are always looking to expand our team:
    Qualification Requirements
    Master's Degree in Speech Pathology
    Eligible for National Accreditation through the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
    Master's Degree in Speech Pathology
    375 supervised clinical practicum hours
    Clinical Fellowship Year
    Pass the National Teacher's Examination in Speech


    Speech Pathologists
    • Molly Melvin
    • Mary Fran Gregory
    • Alexa Barry
    • Corrie Schmichnik 
    • Betsie Baer
    • Kim McSorley
    • Nikki Wiliams
    • Nicole DeVore
    • Rachel Dean
    • Misty Bever