As a compliance specialist, I am responsible not only for reviewing hundreds of special education documents but also designing county training for teachers, implementing the training and following up with additional support for those who need it. I also attend meetings as support for county staff and communicated with teachers and school administrators in efforts to ensure compliance, as well as the use of best practices.
While in this position, my supervisor is Karen Veazey, director of special education.
While at Village of Barboursville Elementary School, I planned and implemented specially designed instruction, formulated and implemented students' Individualized Education Plans and behavior plans, assisted with Student Assistance Team (SAT) meetings and plans, and conducted screenings of intelligence and achievement. I also supervised Marshall University Students, served on the Occupational Health Committee, and served as a SETLA (Special Education Teacher Leadership Academy) member for Cabell County.
I was honored as the Teacher of the year for Village of Barboursville in 2010.
While at Village of Barboursville, my immediate supervisors were Virginia Parsons, Terry Porter, and Teresa Blake.
While in Wayne County, I taught at Genoa Elementary, where I was faculty senate president and honored as teacher of the year in 2006 and at Wayne Elementary School.
At Genoa, my supervisor was Eugene Sammons and Debbie Russell was my administrator at Wayne Elementary School. While in Wayne County, I co-taught, planned and implemented specially designed instruction for students, directed activities and responsibilities for paraprofessionals, and also served as a resource for the general education staff at both locations.
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