Hackettstown School District

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SPEECH/LANGUAGE SERVICES


What are Speech and Language Services?

The development of age-appropriate speech and language skills is essential to the learning process and to a student’s social, emotional, and academic growth.  Students must be able to comprehend language, express their thoughts and opinions, interact effectively and efficiently with peers and adults, and produce speech which others can easily understand.
 
The Hackettstown School District provides speech and language services to students ages 3-21 who demonstrate a need to improve their speech and language skills in articulation, language, fluency, or voice disorder in order to achieve academic success.   

How are students referred for speech and language services? 

Students can be referred for speech and language services by their parents or their classroom teachers if they are concerned about a student’s speech and language proficiency as part of a Child Study Team Evaluation or in isolation.  The goal of these services is to help students develop the speech and language skills necessary for positive interpersonal relationships and academic success.
 
Who provides speech and language services in Hackettstown Public Schools?
The district currently employs 2 speech and language specialists.

Speech and Language Specialists 

 

 MIDDLE SCHOOL & HIGH SCHOOL

WILLOW GROVE

HATCHERY HILL

Fran Tosti 

Fran Tosti

Elizabeth Naratil-Tintle

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