Forsyth County Schools’ special education programs are founded upon the belief that all children are capable of learning and being successful in school experiences which are designed to develop academic, social, emotional, behavioral, and independence skills for active participation in their community.
One to two classrooms on each grade level contain students who receive Special Education services. They could be served in their homeroom class, another classroom on the grade level, or the Special Education resource setting.
Amy Carney 480431 firstname.lastname@example.org Beth Chiasson 480528 email@example.com
Jessica Connell 480485 firstname.lastname@example.org Kaitlyn Mitchell 480256 email@example.com Melissa Gann 480431 firstname.lastname@example.org Ashley Zatorsky 480256 email@example.comSpeech-language therapy is provided by Ms. Amy Knapp, Ms. Ann Reed, Ms. Shawna Nickerson, and Ms. Kim Moore in both resource and inclusion settings for pre-school through fifth grades. Students receive services through small group instruction and/or inclusion within the general education environment based on their individual needs. This instruction focuses on the five major areas of communication: articulation, receptive and expressive language, voice, and fluency. The students are instructed using a variety of different modalities to ensure successful communication. Amy Knapp Speech 480410 firstname.lastname@example.org Ann Reed Speech 480410 email@example.com Shawna Nickerson Speech 480325 firstname.lastname@example.org Kim Moore Speech 480325 email@example.com