Amy Williams is an ASHA-certified Speech-Language Pathologist who has been serving the Tallahassee area professionally since 2016. Amy received her master's degree in Communication Science and Disorders from Florida State University in 2015. Since then, she has worked in public and private schools, private practice clinics, early intervention (birth to three), rehabilitation centers, and skilled nursing facilities throughout Florida. Amy's areas of specialty include speech sound disorders, delayed language, school-age language, autism, and AAC.
Dr. Steven Aggelis - 7-10th Reading Interventionist
Erika Talbot, Speech & Language Pathologist
Stephanie Burgess, Occupational Therapist
Janice Hart - K-6th Interventionist
Monica Hong - ESE Teacher
My name is Monica Hong, and I am delighted to be the ESE Specialist at TCS. I grew up in New Jersey and have devoted over a decade as an educator both in and out of the classroom, working with students ranging from kindergarten to university level in four different countries. I received a bachelor's degree in Literature and Media Studies from New York University and a master's in Exceptional Student Education from the University of West Florida. I am certified to teach K-6 Elementary Education and Exceptional Student Education.
I am committed to providing an inclusive classroom atmosphere in which all students, regardless of race, gender, capability, or socioeconomic background, have an opportunity to succeed in my classroom.
I enjoy learning new languages, traveling, cooking, hiking, and playing music with my husband for our friends and family.
Vicky Conroy - K-6th Interventionist
I was born and raised in Pensacola, Florida and went to Fontbonne University in St. Louis majoring in Speech Pathology, receiving both a BA and MS degree. I was married shortly after. I gave birth to ten children, five boys and five girls including two sets of twins and spent 27 years homeschooling and setting up co-ops for homeschooling families. I moved to Tallahassee in 2017 and began working in the Leon County school system. I love the beach and have earned the name Beach Queen from my 12 grandchildren. I love kayaking and still love to play basketball,volleyball and take dance lessons. I am grateful to be a part of Tallahassee Classical School.
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