The Summit Elementary School special education team services any students in preschool through 5th grade with special needs.
In the special education department, we strive to meet the special needs of all students with disabilities while focusing on their strengths and working to achieve growth in both academic and social areas so that each student can be successful and independent in their journey through school and into life.
Important Grade Level Information:
Transitions plans are being looked at for students moving to the middle school. If this was not discussed at your child’s IEP and you have a 5th grader transitioning to middle school, please contact your child’s special education provider.
Pertinent Grade Level Times:
Each student has individualized programs based on their needs. Services are both in the general education classroom and in the special education room. Services are coordinated with general education teacher schedules and intervention blocks to maximize time spent with their peers.
Teachers/ Case Managers:
Speech-Language Pathologist: Kassy Kleymann (Ms. K)
Speech-Language Pathology Assistant [SLPA]: Madeline Domyslawski (Ms. D)
Occupational Therapist: Lynn Ostrowski
Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant [COTA]: Samantha DeNaray
Physical Therapist: Brandon Stapanowich
Teacher of the Visually Impaired: Chloann Woolley
Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing: SueAnn Gurwell
Audiologist: Kim Chavonne
Social Worker: Dana Hutchcraft
Jayne Bourdon (Ms. Honeybee)
Sue Bruns (Ms. Sue)
Denise Faulk (Ms. Denise)
Marybeth Heon (Ms. Marybeth)
Karla Marquez (Ms. Karla)
Jessica Nichols (Ms. Jessica)
Sarah Prather (Ms. Sarah)
Terrilyn Strauss (Ms. Terri)