Special Education

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Resource Teacher: Thomas Rea

Staff Members

Contact Staff

Learning for Academic Disability (LAD):

  • Thomas Rea (Resource Teacher)
  • Brian Adams
  • Lori Backlund
  • Wendy Roit
  • Robert Stohlman
  • Erick Graves
  • Diane K. Griffin
  • Jimmy Castro
  • Farron Riggs
  • Jessie Rutter
  • Saba Tesfayohannes
  • Mary Winnard

Transition Support:

  • Kelly Sellevaag
  • Amber Layani
  • William Pena Martinez

Speech Pathologist:

  • Donna Mae Clancy
  • Suzanne Redman

Community Career Connections

  • Mark McKeel
  • Debbie McDaniels
  • Margie Young

Physical / Occupational Therapist

  • Tracy Saponara
  • Lisa Krosnick

Learning for Independence (LFI)

  • Kim Dutton
  • Sandra Boyke
  • Heather Hess
  • Danielle Maurer-Hahn
  • Robert Hitchcock
  • Terrance Kennedy
  • Richard Richina
  • Lyrisd Charles
  • Evan Hoppman
  • Kathryn Nagiel
  • Annette Newell
  • Rebecca Johnson

Autism Program:

  • Caitlyn Wise
  • Ben Wisniewski
  • Mark Stein
  • Florence Henry
  • Evelyn C. Omeir
  • Indira Weerakkody
  • Gillian Kramer
  • Aislinn Cunningham
  • Pamela Brown

Deaf & Hard of Hearing Program (D/HOH):

  • Sean Blake
  • John Felix
  • Judy Heier Hammond
  • Elizabeth Hill
  • Jodi Oliveri
  • Mary Perrodin
  • Kelli Richards
  • Barbara Bradley
  • Israel Getu
  • Vladimir Pavlyukovets
  • Inalva Bovo
  • Gretchen Edwards
  • Robin Alexander
  • Adrienne Greegor

DHOH Psychologist

  • Ken Reimer

Please explore the following links for more information and supports:

Montgomery County Public School Information

Learning and Study Support

Information on Disabilities

Post-Secondary School Opportunities

New Website for College-bound Students with Disabilities

A new website - http://www.going-to-college.org - has been developed to help high school students learn about living college life with a disability. The site provides video clips, activities, and resources that can help students get a head start in planning for college. Video interviews with college students with disabilities offer a way to hear firsthand from students with disabilities who have been successful. Modules include activities that will help students explore more about themselves, learn what to expect from college, and equip them with important considerations and tasks to complete when planning for college.