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    Name: Victoria Leto
    Email: victoria.leto@slps.org
    Room Number(s):317
    Subject(s):Special Education-Department Head
    Building Phone:776-3300 x13120
    Spring Parent-Teacher Conferences: March 16 & 17. Please call the school directly and ask for ext:13120
    Daily virtual office hours are between 8:00am -3:00pm.
    For eLearning -Please contact me via email and we can discuss various forms of communication as needed.
    Teacher Message:
    Welcome to Gateway STEM and the Special Education Department.  Our department strives to ensure that all students are receiving their indicated services, accomodations, and modifications per their IEP.  As Department Head of Special education, please feel free to contact me anytime regarding more information for future students or current questions.  Have a Great Gateway Day!
    Welcome to the 20 -21 school year!  
    I'd like to welcome back our returning students and all of our new freshmen and transfer students.  I miss seeing your faces already and hope to see many of you in your virtual classes.  This is start of a new journey for us all and we are in it together to provided the best possible education within the virtual platform.  If you are wondering where to find information/links for your classes:
    Please refer to your student's teacher web pages for virtual links, Teams, assignements, and communication.
    Looking forward to meeting you!
    Biography:  I currently hold a B.A. in Psychology, M.A.T in Special Education  and  M.S. in Health & Wellness from The University of Mississippi, along with a Gen. Ed. Comm. Arts gr. 6-12 teaching certificate.  While employed by the Mississippi Dept. of Mental Health, I received various trainings, courses, and certificates of completion in the areas of Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis through the Mississippi Department of Mental Health, US Department of Justice, and Judevine Center for Autism.  Upon returning to St. Louis, I completed the TAC program for special education through the SLPS district and UMSL in order to be fully certified in Special Education in the state of Missouri.  My final degree at the moment is a M.A.T. in Special Education from Webster University.  I have been employed by the St. Louis Board of Education as a Teacher of Autism for the past seventeen years, served as the Autism Department Head, and am currently the Special Education/Autism Department Head.  This year's project is to complete my doctoral degree in Teacher Leadership at Maryville University.