Speech/Language Therapy


          Children who are eligible for speech or language therapy may have difficulties with articulation (how they produce their speech sounds), receptive and expressive language (how they understand and verbally express thoughts and ideas), voice (sound quality, pitch, resonance, and volume), or fluency (sometimes called stuttering). Speech/language therapists provide services to children in all schools within the district.


          If you have questions or concerns about your child’s speech or language skills, please contact your child’s school and ask for the speech/language therapist.


          For more information on speech/language disorders, click on the following link:  http://www.asha.org.