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I am hoping you will find some useful information here about your child's communication skills. Check out my suggested web sites for parents, as well as for other staff members. Also feel free to contact me by phone, e-mail, or better yet, stop in and see me. I can be found in the elementary building, on the 3rd floor, room 334. I am also at the high school one to two days per week, and can be contacted through the high school office.
About me: I am a speech therapist and work with students at all grade levels (elementary, junior high, and high school). I have been providing speech therapy and hearing screenings in the Crivitz School District for more than 35 years and really enjoy working with the students and staff.
Daily Class Schedule: I am at the elementary school 3-4 days per week and at the middle school/high school 1-2 days per week.
School Phone number and extension: I can be reached at the elementary school by calling (715-854-2721 extension 481) or I can be reached at the middle school/high school by dialing 715-854-2721 and leaving a message with the secretary.
Availability for Parent meetings: Parents are free to call me at any time and leave a message as to what time is best to contact them. All speech students have a current Individual Education Plan (IEP), which needs to be updated at least one time per school year. Also, all speech students need to be reevaluated every three years or sooner as required by special education law. Parents will be contacted to set up a meeting time for their child's IEP meeting and/or reevaluation meeting. I am available during parent/teacher conferences at the elementary building, and parents are free to see me without an appointment. I can be available at the middle school and high school buildings for conferences, if parents/guardians want to set up a scheduled time with me.
Classroom Expectations: A speech student may bring home an activity that was completed in speech therapy with a note for parents to review the activity with their child. This is to encourage practice and carry over of skills outside the therapy room. These activities do not need to be returned, and are for the students to continue practicing at home.