Ms. Alexander is a life-long learner who earned her Letter of Eligibility in 2015 from Shippensburg University. She also holds her Master’s degree in Special Education, her Supervisory certification and a degree in Elementary Education.
Ms. Alexander is an advocate for children. She believes that all children can learn and succeed! She began her career teaching at an inner city elementary school. She then taught middle school learning support and high school emotional support. Eventually she became a special education facilitator and supervisor who helped with identifying and planning special education services for students in need. She also supervised Early Intervention Services and formed community partnerships with local preschools to ensure students with special needs were included with their typical peers.
Ms. Alexander is an outside the box thinker and problem-solver. Under her leadership, the District has returned Special Education Programming for Life Skills, Intensive Learning Support and Emotional Support services. This has allowed more district students to attend school in their home district with their non-disabled peers.