Language, Communication & Speech

The complexity of the underlying skills of communication increases over time for all students. Nationally certified speech-language pathologists collaborate with teachers on the language of instruction in every classroom, so that students can have the optimal moment-to-moment language environment. Speech language pathologists work with students in a combination of small group and in-class services to help the students meet communication challenges and improve skills.

Meet the Team

Victoria Brickenden

Victoria Brickenden
Titles: High School Speech-Language Pathologist
Degrees: B.S.Ed. in Communication Sciences and Disorders
M.S. in Communication Disorders

Amy Culpepper

Amy Culpepper
Titles: Speech-Language Pathologist
Degrees: M.A. in Communication Sciences and Disorders
B.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders
Certificate of Clinical Competence

Brittany Sandlin

Brittany Sandlin
Titles: Lower School Speech Language Pathologist
Degrees: B.S. in Psychology
M.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders

Joe Walsh

Joe Walsh
Titles: Speech-Language Pathologist
Degrees: B.A. in Philosophy
M.S. in Geophysical Sciences
M.Ed. in Communication Disorders

Sheneka White

Sheneka White
Titles: Speech-Language Pathologist
Degrees: B.A./B.S. in Linguistics, Anthropology and Human Biology
MSP in Speech Language Pathology