Keystone’s Speech-Language Pathologist Earns Recognition

Keystone’s Speech-Language Pathologist Earns Recognition

Keystone Elementary School’s Speech and Language Pathologist Chelsey Mirto earned recognition from many colleagues for her stellar work in her field. Mirto and Educational Service Center Supervisor Barb Conrad collaborated and earned placement as feature presenters at the OSSPEAC (Ohio School Speech Pathology Educational Audiology Coalition) annual conference for their work, titled “Using Sensory Bins to Engage Young Communicators.”

The preparation for the presentation, including design and creation, required substantial time and attention. ESC Supervisor of Speech-Language Therapy Services Barb Conrad states, “Chelsea spent significant time on evenings and weekends this summer and fall assisting with project development. On ‘game day,’ Chelsey thoughtfully prepared and beautifully delivered her hour of the presentation to the crowd. She was a team player throughout the entire process. It has been a pleasure to work with her over the past seven months.”

Of Chelsey’s work ethic and enthusiasm, Keystone’s Special Education Supervisor Jackie Vance states, “Chelsey is an amazing Therapist and asset to Keystone Local Schools.  I knew from the moment I met her that she was amazing.  We are very lucky to have her at Keystone!”