Mrs. Brittany Stuckel - Early Childhood Special Education

  • Click below to view our end of the year video!

    me Click here----->   Pre-K End of the Year Video

     

     

     Have a wonderful summer break!

    This school year ended in a way that no one could have imagined, but together, as a team, we made it happen! Thank you to the parents for your trust, honesty and commitment to your child. I am so grateful for the fun and memorable times that I was able to share with your child in the classroom and over the computer. Each of your children have made progress not only on their IEP goals, but their academics as well. I am so proud of each of your children and I look forward to seeing them succeed in Kindergarten or for their final year with me in Pre-K.

    I hope that your family continues to stay safe and healthy over the next few months apart. Please feel free to reach out to my Google Voice phone number (314-384-9456) in the event that you need something over our summer break. I will do my best to contact you as soon as possible.

    Sending many hugs and tons of love,

    Mrs. Brittany Stuckel 

     

     

     

     

    Summer Information

    -Report cards will be mailed out by the district in June.

    - For more reading material, please check out our Summer E-reading! Link found here ---> Summer Reading List 

    -You may continue to use their accounts through IXL and EPIC reading until June 30th to engage in summer learning.

    -The website created by myself and Ms. Kim will still be available to view. Be on the lookout for new read alongs by your child's teacher. Link found here ---> Ms. Kim and Mrs. Brittany's Virtual Classroom

     

    About Mrs. Brittany

    I am the Early Childhood Special Education Teacher for the Pre-K Inclusion classroom here at Lyon. My involvment with special educaton started in 2009. I received my Bachelor's Degree in Special Education from Fontbonne University and I hold a Master's Degree in Teaching English as a Second Language. My experience in special education involves applied behavior analysis, non-violent crisis prevention/intervention, self-contained, intensive behavior and inclusive classroom teaching.

    As an Early Childhood educator, I have the opportunity to lay down the foundation for academic, social, cognitive and emotional concepts. Together, with parents and other related service providers, we can work collaboratively to provide your child with opportunities to be a successful participant in the classroom and better prepare them upon their entry to Kindergarten and above.

     

     To reach me via email, you may contact me at brittany.stuckel@slps.org or by Google Voice 314-384-9456