A little about me:
I am in my 11th year of teaching. I am proud WV alumnus, graduating with the class of 2000. I have a degree in psychology and human services from the University of Pikeville, and a Master of Arts in Education and Rank I from Western Kentucky University. I am proud to teach students with moderate to severe disabilities and have for the last 10 years.
For parents and students:
I hope you will find this webpage useful. Please check out the documents and links tabs. Also be sure to sign up for the class Remind 101. Text @sullivan12 to 81010. We also use ClassDojo for behavior tracking and rewards. Visit https://www.classdojo.com to sign up . You will need an activation code. Email me if you still need that.
Feel free to call or email me at anytime. Also look for daily notes on your student's daily sheet sent home each afternoon and in the student planner. You can write notes there as well. Communication is key to student success! I look forward to talking with you!
In my class students learn the Alternate KPREP standards, Employability and Foundational Academic Standards, and Functional Life Skills. We focus heavily on transitions to adult hood and work place. Students learn independent living skills and community skills. They can also participate in the Community Based Work Transition Program and other work based learning programs.