Degrees and Certifications:
Mrs. Stacey L. Roy, M.S.Ed., CCC-SLP
I have been a speech-language pathologist in Madison City Schools since 2006, having served in both elementary and secondary schools during the school year, as well as, the summer ESY programs. Along with the other Madison City SLPs, I am involved in the screening, evaluation, and eligibility of preschool and private school students at Central Office weekly, as well as, annual screenings for Preschool and Kindergarten students at St. John's. I also mentor Alabama A&M University and University of Tennessee- Knoxville graduate clinicians, providing externship training experiences to candidates seeking the required clinical practicum hours for American Speech Language and Hearing Association certification and licensure. I am nationally certified with the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) and maintain state licensure through the Alabama Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology (ABESPA).
During the course of each school year, I participate in continuing education in special education, legal issues, and school practices, as well as, Alabama Reading Initiative (ARI) practices and DIBELS student reading assessments. My experience also includes training in Auditory-Verbal Therapy (AVT), Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA), Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI), autism, Beckman and similar oral motor exercises, Wilson reading program, pediatric feeding, and cotherapies with occupational and physical therapists.
I was adopted from South Korea and grew up in Louisville, Kentucky. Undergraduate and graduate studies have taken me to live in Alabama, Arkansas, Virginia, and Italy. I have lived in the Huntsville/Madison area since late 2005. My husband and I have two daughters and a son. My daughters are fellow Rams! My hobbies and interests include working out with Fit4Mom, sharing essential oils knowledge through classes and consults, cooking, reading, travel, photography, and spending time with my family and friends.
Wow, how is it September already? Coming to your child's folder this week or next (because of the long weekend), you will find a NEW homework sheet behind the cover letter that students can complete for bonus tokens.
You have until October 4th to work with your child using the homework calendar. If you sign off on at least five activities on the calendar, your child will get one bonus token. If you and your child complete the entire calendar, your child will get three bonus tokens!
Calendar work is meant to be spread out across multiple days. Each activity should not take more than five minutes to complete, but it allows your child extra practice with their targets. Again, this is completely optional, but beneficial to your child's speech/language progress. I'll be checking the homework calendar the week of September 30th-October 4th for anyone who completed at least five activities or all of the activities.
** For the squares that say to use the attached board game, choose words from the word bank and play a game of your child's choice!