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Tuesday, September 02, 2014

Our Classrooms

Our Classrooms

Classroom 111 - High School MIP-A
Teacher: Shawn Waddell
Assistants: Narantuya (Nara) Badarch, Alexis Masso, and Adrienne Day

Classroom 112 - Middle School Life Skills
Irene Pleas
Betzabe Gutierrez, Lucia Hernandez, Manuel Lavalle, Maria Regnard

Classroom 113 - High School Life Skills
Teacher: Billie Jo Cole
Assistants: Jeaneth Andreade, Marcus Barnes, Mai Bui, Rosario Quinteros
Classroom 114 - High School Life Skills
Nancy Williams
Kelvin Johnson, Bettina McPherson, Ana Reyes
Classroom 116 - Middle School Life Skills
Teacher: Shawna Carter
Assistants: Julia DeLeon, Jerry Merkel, Candice Jenkins

Classroom 124 - High School MIP-A
Teacher: Caitlin Davies

Assistants: Gloria Newlin, Penny Taylor, Karen Miller

Classroom 125 - Middle School MIP-A
Ann Vincent
Assistants: Isabel Castellanos, Beth Newlin, Michelle Portrey

Family and Consumer Science
Carol Show teaches Family and Consumer Science. Students learn in a classroom laboratory and on weekly community trips.

Fine Arts
Dawn Kyser is the Fine Arts Teacher at Stratford where a wide variety of musical, dramatic and visual arts is explored and experienced.

Physical Education
Leah Jaremenko teaches Physical Education. Physical education at the Stratford Program emphasizes the importance of providing students with disabilities the same advantages as non-disability students. Activities are designed for students specifically with their disability in mind. Among the skills worked on are: movement, range of motion, fitness, ball skills, riding tricycles, outdoor walks, swimming, and indoor treadmills.

Multisensory Room
Sandra McGuinn and Amy Engel, Occupational Therapists
This room is equipped with specialized sensory technology that will be used to assist students whose sensory needs are complex and cannot be met with equipment and materials available in their special education classroom.

Mona Mitry

Speech and Language
Melissa Koziol

Jenny Shanker
Stratford students have been introduced to literature in all its forms. Stories are shared either by oral reading, video, computer programs, books on tape, etc. Each story presentation, in the various formats, are discussed fora wider range of student understanding and a better ability to relate.

Last Modified on September 10, 2013