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Learning activities for children over spring break Learning activities for children over spring break Friday, 03 April 2020 Our teaching and learning staff have collected a variety of optional online learning websites that will help keep your child... More detail
Distance Learning Plan Distance Learning Plan Wednesday, 25 March 2020 Review the district’s comprehensive COVID-19 response plan, including the plan for distance learning. Read more. More detail
Elm Creek Elementary Principal Beth Ness wins MESPA leadership award Elm Creek Elementary Principal Beth Ness wins MESPA leadership award Friday, 13 March 2020 Elm Creek Elementary Principal Beth Ness was recognized on Feb. 6 with a 2020 Division Leadership Achievement Award by the... More detail
Oujiri, Vylasek selected for national ceramic exhibition Oujiri, Vylasek selected for national ceramic exhibition Thursday, 12 March 2020 Osseo Senior High students Lindy Oujiri and Jordan Vylasek have been selected to take part in the 23rd Annual National... More detail

The educationally based speech-language pathologist (SLP) identifies and provides both direct and consultative speech and language services to children, birth through ages 21, who have difficulties in the area of articulation, language, fluency, and voice. The development of communication skills is important for all students and can impact school success. SLP services can target communication disabilities, which adversely affect an individual’s educational performance. 

Many students in school have significant communication problems that include difficulties with speech and/or language skill development. According to Minnesota State special education criteria, a child may meet eligibility as a student with a Speech or Language Impairment in four areas: articulation disorder, voice disorder, fluency disorder (e.g. stuttering) and language disorder. Student with other primary disabilities (e.g. developmental delays, learning disabilities, physical impairments, mental impairments autism) may also exhibit communication problems that co-occur with their primary disability and require the specialized, direct or consultative, services of the SLP.

SLPs serve students with identified speech and/or language impairments and needs at all Osseo schools and sites. Services may include screening, pre-referral consultation, referral for evaluation, and indirect or direct service delivery. Intervention is based upon each student’s individual needs and the IEP team helps determine the goals. 

Jan Bitzer