Specialty Teachers 
SLC specialty teachers bring passion, experience and expertise to their lessons with the children.  Our "specials" deepen and broaden our already rich integrated curriculum, enlivening content with enthusiasm and love.  

  • Caitlin Frank, “Ms. Caitlin,” B.S., Communication Sciences and Disorders: Speech Language Pathology, James Madison University, MS.Ed. in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, Old Dominion University. She currently is Director of Clinical Services at Longwood University and will be able to evaluate children as needed for speech and language issues. She serves as a regular substitute teacher and currently serves as a Sunrise Board Member.

  • Sarah Olivar, "Ms. Sarah," is a junior Music Education student at Longwood University.  She teaches choral and instrumental music to all children.

  • Ms. Deborah directs Projects-Across-the-Curriculum for all children, including STREAM-focus (Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics), class plays, and visual art experiences.

  • Hood Frazier, "Mr. Hood," serves as a substitute teacher and guides the children in a number of activities:  gardening, poetry writing, LEA's (Language Experience Approach) group writing, outdoor & indoor games, story-telling, and read-alouds.

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