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School: Starke Elementary School

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County: Volusia



For twenty years, Mrs. Anna Kirley has served as a special educator for students with special needs, ranging in grade from pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade. Along with teaching, Mrs. Kirley is presently working with the University of Kentucky and the Florida Department of Education on a project that insures students with severe disabilities educational needs are being met. Anna has helped develop and implement professional development in new technologies, assisted in the creation of an interagency committee and interagency parent reference guide to asst caregivers of Exceptional Students. She received her degree from Florida State University in Elementary Education. She is certified in Special Education and Early Childhood education. Anna looks forward to continuing her degree in the field of Autism Spectrum Disorder. She enjoys working with special needs students and their families to ensure the success for all. Anna looks forward to working with the University of Florida CARD and PEPSA.

PEPSA Partner: Proposed Project (2012)

Project Description:

Mrs. Kirley's project will reflect the need for and provide appropriate communication and social skills for students with ASD. These tools will be used within the student's school and community in order for the student to be successful.

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This product was developed by the Partnership for Effective Programs for Students with ASD, a project funded by the State of Florida, Department of Education, K-12 Public Schools, Bureau of Exceptional Education and Student Services, through federal assistance under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Part B.