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Speech/Language Services


Speech Teachers

Speech-Language Pathologists:

Melynda Cox, MS, CCC-SLP


Dana Weldon, MA, CCC-SLP


Speech-Language Pathology Assisstants:

Kelly Brockway, BS in Speech-Language Pathology


Morgan York, BS in Speech and Hearing Sciences


Schools Served

Pioneer Elementary School (940) 549-2442

Served by Melynda Cox and Kelly Brockway


Crestview Elementary (940) 549-6023

Served by Dana Weldon and Morgan York


Woodland Elementary (940) 549-4090

Served by Dana Weldon


Graham Junior High (940) 549-2002

Served by Dana Weldon


Graham High School (940) 549-1504

Served by Melynda Cox and Dana Weldon


Speech-language therapy services are provided by a licensed speech-language pathologist and/or speech-language pathologist assistant.  Individual services are based on the Individual Education Plan determined by the evaluation and the IEP process.


Speech-Language Pathology addresses many domains; however, not all are addressed in the school setting.  School-based Speech-Language Pathology addresses the following areas of functional/academic communication:

·        Articulation – speech sounds and their disorders

·        Language – receptive language (what is understood, input) and expressive language (what is expressed, output)

·        Fluency – refers to stuttering (sound, word repetitions, blocks, etc.)

·        Pragmatics – social language used with peers, teachers and others

·        Augmentative/Alternative Communication (AAC) – speech devices and their use for communication

Speech-Language Pathology includes additional domains, but these are less commonly addressed in the school setting.



Contact SPED

Dr. Colleen Netterville
Special Education Director
Phone:  940.549.3399
Fax:  940-549-