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Mrs. Sarah Morgan

Special Education Teacher

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I am proud to teach in the Pulaski Community School District.  I teach at the middle school in the special education department working with students with intellectual disabilities and autism.  This is my 22nd year!  In my classroom, we work on functional academics, integration into our school community, and on pre-vocational lifeskills so that our students become as independent as possible as they grow through our school and community.

Implementation of a functional lifeskills activity, incorporating high expectations for all to ensure students are successful, behavior modification to decrease less desirable behaviors and enhancing the positive qualities of all.

BS Special Education University of Wisconsin Eau Claire; MA School Counseling Lakeland College

ULS Certified Instructor-2018; N2Y Kids at the Heart 2014 Award Recipient ;N2Y Kids at the Heart Monthly Award Winner, April 2014;DPI teaching certifications for cognitive disabilities (PK-12), learning disabilities (PK-12) and school counseling (PK-12) 1999-present.;Dynamic Learning Maps external reviewer for alternative testing for students with disabilities 2013-2014.;Non-Violent Crisis Intervention Training-yearly;Wisconsin DPI Program Support Teacher for Cognitive/Intellectual Disabilities representing the Pulaski Community School District. ;Trainer of teachers for the Common Core Essential Elements;Golden Apple Teacher of Distinction ;Wisconsin Council for Exceptional Children Excellence in MRDD Beginning Teacher of the Year, September 2000.


Interim Content Writer Unique Learning System; Special Education Teacher; Residence Hall Director University of Wisconsin Eau Claire responsible for leading a resident assistant staff of 16, supervising the educational, cultural, and social programs for a residence hall of 300, and maintaining safety and security of residents. ;Special Populations Park and Recreation Supervisor for the Green Bay Park and Recreation Department responsible for planning, leading, and enhancing a recreational program for students with varying disabilities in a community park setting.;Eau Claire School District Job Coach responsible for planning for task analysis of students with disabilities in employment in community based settings for high school students with cognitive disabilities and autism.