Ft. Rucker PS

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Speech/Language Pathology

Contact Mrs. R. and Mrs. S.  334-255-2822

News and Notes

Speech themes/activities for March/April/May

Seuss Week


Fairy Tales



Animals (Farm, Zoo)

Ocean Animals

Summer Fun and Safety

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Important Information

  • Classroom curriculum vocabulary and high frequency words will be incorporated into speech therapy.
  • Please continue to read to your child every day.  This promotes language development as well as imagination.
  • Please check your child's speech homework folder weekly.  Homework is very important for carry-over of skills. 
  • Progress Reports are sent home quarterly with report cards.  If you have a question about your child's progress reports please call anytime.


Enchanted Learning
Children's educational web sites and games designed to stimulate creativity, learning, enjoyment, and imagination.
Handy Handouts
A variety of free communication skills information and tips
Speaking of Speech
Information about speech and language development of children and how to improve communication skills.
3:1 Model

FRPS uses the 3:1 Model which allows increased consultation with general education teachers and other special education staff to further assist your child in academic achievement.  And most importantly, the content of the speech/language therapy session will be carried over into the general education setting.  As part of this model, the Speech Language Pathologist will provide direct services for three weeks and will use the fourth week for consultation with regular educators.  Additional activities may include conducting classroom observations, assessments, preparation of individual student activities, or continued direct service.

Implementation of the 3:1 Model will be beneficial to your child in many ways.  This model will allow Speech-Language Pathologists to increase their effectiveness in the following ways: 

  1. Support of the DoDEA Community Strategic Plan for highest student achievement. 
  2. Support of your child in the classroom through collaboration with general and special educators regarding curriculum content and student expectations. 
  3. Student sessions are based on both individual student needs and general education curricular expectations.
Consultation Week Schedule for School Year 2014/2015

August 4-8

September 15-19

October 13-17

November 17-21

December 15-19

January 12-16

February 9-13

March 16-20

April 20-24

May 18-22


SPED Program Information

Classroom Behavior

Good classroom behavior must be maintained at all times, in order to guarantee your child and all students in my classroom an excellent learning environment.

Class Rules

  • I will follow directions.
  • I will keep hands, feet, and things to myself.
  • I will use a quite voice.
  • I will always do my best.


  • Praise
  • Notes to parents
  • Treats
  • Special activities


  • 1st time - Verbal warning
  • 2nd time -Time Out
  • 3rd time - No Free time
  • 4th time - Call parents
  • 5th time - Send to Principal's Office


Our mission is to build a strong foundation for lifelong learning by nurturing, guiding, and challenging all of our students to achieve their maximum potential.


Our goal is to prepare students intellectually, emotionally, socially, and physically to be responsible citizens in an ever-changing world.

Math Goal

All students will improve their abilities to solve problems.

Literacy Goal

All students will improve reading comprehension.