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Anna Westhoff

Maternity Leave

 

Dear Parents/Guardians,

 

As many of you know I will be beginning my maternity leave after March 10th.  We will have a Speech-Language Pathologist substitute filling in for me while I am gone.  Her name is Lisa Marshall and she will be on campus for Kellyville students on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  I have sent home letters including your student’s new speech/language therapy session schedule.  

 

Lisa has been on the Kellyville campus serving speech and language students through the Co-Op for the past four years. She is very familiar with our school building, knows many Kellyville families and our teachers.  She has been practicing for approximately 20 years and has worked in numerous pediatric settings.  I have talked to your students about her and I know they will enjoy working with her while I am gone.  

 

Your student’s speech/language service minutes will remain the same or increase while I am gone to insure that you child continues to receive the speech/language therapy services that he/she needs.  I have enjoyed working with your student this year.  I look forward to returning to Kellyville Schools in August and resuming our regular speech therapy schedule at that time!  

 

You are welcome to call me at 918-938-0456 or email me at westhoffa@kellyvilleschools.org if you have any questions or concerns.  


 

Thank you,

Mrs. Westhoff

ALL ABOUT MRS. WESTHOFF

This is my 4th year at Kellyville Public Schools.  My bachelor’s degree is in Elementary Education from Oklahoma State University.    I graduated with my master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Oklahoma State University. 

What Speech Class is All About

I serve all four school buildings for Kellyville Public Schools.  My classroom in is the lower elementary near the 1st grade teachers and I travel to the middle school and high school.  I love seeing a wide variety of ages of students everyday.  It may seem as though I am just a "speech" teacher but Speech-Language Pathologists can treat a wide variety of topics.  In addition to speech, I see students with language delays, voice disorders, and fluency disorders.