Speech and Language Pathologist

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Special Education

Description

General Description of Position-Upon referral, assesses students in group settings and as individuals to determine speech therapy needs.  Following assessment, develops therapy plans that include goals and objectives. Keeps records and documentation of individual therapy sessions.  Follows report writing procedures for evaluations and progress reports for long and short-term clients.  Works with other school personnel and Speech and Language Pathologists in developing preventative programs.  Works with community agencies that provide services to students.  Provides in service training to staff and conducts parent education workshops.  Functions as a member of multidisciplinary evaluation teams as appropriate.  
 
Educational and Experience Requirements- A Speech and Language Pathologist certificate is required.  The requirements for certification through the Arizona Department of Education are as follows: 1) A Master's or more advanced degree, from an accredited institution, in speech pathology or communication disorders; 2) A minimum of 250 clinical clock hours supervised by a university or speech-language pathologist with certificate of clinical competence; 3) A certificate of clinical competence, or passing score on the national exam, or passing score on the speech and language impaired special education portion of the Arizona Teacher Proficiency Assessment; and 4) A valid fingerprint clearance card issued by the Arizona Department of Public Safety.
 

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Gadsden School Dist 32

PO BOX 6870 1453 N MAIN ST, SAN LUIS, AZ 85349
 

At the following locations

District-Wide

1453 N. Main Street PO Box 6870, San Luis, AZ 85349



Insights
Compare with State

Amount per Student

$7,144

State Average: $8,651

% ELL Students

43%

State Average: 6%

Student Teacher Ratio

27.04

State Average: 23.13

% IEP Students

11%

State Average: 12%

FTE

588

State Average: 143