Fondly known as the "Speech Teacher" by students, I have an Undergraduate Degree in Special Education from Austin Peay State University and a Masters Degree from Kansas State University in Communication Science. I have worked as a teacher in various settings from preschool to adult for over 25 years. As a Speech/Language Pathologist (SLP), I work with a variety of students who may need additional instruction and practice in speaking clearly, using complete thoughts and ideas, and understanding the more subtle forms of communication including voice, tone, body language and multiple meaning words. No matter the setting, my love of children and their desire to learn keeps me returning to the Educational setting. This is my first year at Eisenhower and my 4th year in the 207 District.