Washtenaw Deaf & Hard Of Hearing Program - Classrooms

Washtenaw Deaf & Hard Of Hearing Program - Classrooms

DHH classroomClassrooms are offered from the preschool through the high school level.  Classrooms are supported by classroom assistants with knowledge and experience about students who are deaf or hard of hearing, American Sign Language interpreters, speech and language therapist specifically trained with extensive experience working with students who are deaf or hard of hearing, social worker with experience working with students who are deaf or hard of hearing, an educational audiologist, occupational therapist, and a school psychologist.

Classrooms provide services to the student based on their unique needs as determined by the IEP.  This may include but is not limited to academics in all subjects and extensive language and vocabulary intervention. 


DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING CLASSROOMS

(click on classroom for more information):

Preschool Classroom 

K-8 Classroom

Support Staff 


Preschool Classroom for Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

Teacher:  Caitlin Scollin
Certified teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
 
Teaching Assistant:  Susan Dancer
 
Location:  Ann Arbor Public Schools Preschool and Family Center
 

K-8 Classroom for students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing                                                                    DHH student painting

Teacher:  Chelsi McKnight
 
Teaching Assistant: Pam Stone
 
American Sign Language Interpreter:  Nickol Anderson
 
Location:  Honey Creek Community Schools
(Charter school, authorized by the Washtenaw Intermediate School District and located in the High Point Building)
 

Support Staff

Speech and Language Therapist: Amanda Hopkins  

Occupational Therapist: Marsha Page-Poore 

School Psychologist: Ann Ormandy

Social Worker: Lisa Gottlieb

Educational Audiologist: Anita Vereb

Nurse: Maria Heningburg


Contact DHH Supervisor