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Speech-Language Pathologist

A speech-language pathologist is a trained professional who can help your child with several communication disorders in the areas of:
  • Articulation
  • Language
  • Fluency
  • Voice
    An SLP’s role is to:
  •  Assess the communication strengths and weaknesses
  • Diagnose the communication deficits
  • Develop a plan to help treat the disorder 
  • Meet communication needs.

SLP Staff Directory

Anne Street Elementary                                 
Atlantia Clements
Atkinson Elementary
Chaniqua Hudson

Beaverbrook Elementary 
Shannon Butler 

Jordan Hill 
Shannon Butler
Adrianne Fritsche

Cowan Elementary
Keeli Coble

Crescent Elementary
Lisa Webb

Futral Rd Elementary
Kelley Browning

Jackson Rd Elementary
Diedre Vance-Collier
Turissa Thompson
Moore Elementary
Atlantia Clements

Moreland Rd Elementary
Jennifer Kenney
Orrs Elementary
Pam Thomaston 

Special Needs Preschool
Adrianne Fritche
Michelle Napier

Communication Assistants
Donna Gasses
Maegan Ham
Carver Middle
Pam Thomaston
Cowan Middle 
Sonia Fields

Kennedy Rd Middle
Jennifer Kenney

Rehoboth Middle 
Jean Godat

Griffin High School
Cathy Fayewica  
Erika Buckley

Sonia Fields

Spalding High School
MIchelle Napier

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