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“There needs to be a lot more emphasis on what a child can do instead of what he cannot do.”

-Temple Grandin





Diagnosticians provide assessment services to students referred for special education in the form of a Full Individual Evaluation.   Also, evaluations are completed every three years to update evaluation information.  These evaluations provide information in the form of data to assist teachers in the classroom both instructionally and behaviorally.  Diagnosticians also schedule and participate in annual review meetings required for special education students.   Diagnosticians serve as a resource for parents, students, and campus personnel.


Lisa Lovell, M. ED., RPED #1903

Certified to assess/screen/consult with staff for Speech Impairment, Intelledctual disabilities, Specific Learning Disabilities, Non-Categorical Early Childhood Impairment, Dyslexia and work with physicians in the determination of Visual Impairment, Auditory Impairment, Orthopedic Impairment, Other Health Impairment, Traumatic Brain Injury, Autism and Emotional Disturbance


Trudy Hardy, M. Ed., RPED #1925

Serving the needs of special education students from

grade two through grade six.

Special interests include learning disability identification, dyslexia and executive functions


Kristina Martin, M. Ed.

Serving the needs of special education students from 

grade seven through graduation.

Special interests include autism, behavior challenges and transition services