Eight students reading books

Why Read?

Even on those nights when life gets busy and before you know it, bedtime has come and gone, reading can be a great way to help your child wind down for a restful night.  Make reading a priority in your house to help your student see how important it is.  They’re always watching us to see what we think!  

Little boy covering his ears

Learn more about…Sensory Processing Disorder

  Many children and adults have difficulty with sensory processing.  A common misconception is that this type of issue is most commonly related to children on the Autism spectrum; we know now that this simply isn’t true.  Many people have difficulty in this area and don’t even realize it!  Check out the link to see if you recognize any of the symptoms in your child or even yourself!   http://www.brainbalancecenters.com/blog/2012/04/signs-and-symptoms-of-sensory-processing-disorder/


Welcome to My Classroom!

Hello! I am a special education resource teacher, as well as a second grade co-teacher. Although I am brand new to Washington County, this is my ninth year teaching special education. I live here in Springfield with my husband and children. I love teaching and especially teaching students with special needs. I’m thrilled to be a part of the WCES team!