Hello! I’m Alison Sharp. I was born and raised in Upstate New York, and went to college at State University of New York at Potsdam, studying Music and Psychology. After graduation, I worked as a residence counselor with mentally ill adults. That experience led me to decide that I wanted to work with children and young people to provide help earlier. I earned my Specialist Degree in School Psychology from Rochester Institute of Technology in 1998, and began serving several districts, ranging from rural to urban. I moved to North Carolina in 2002.
I am married with two teenage sons. I am beginning my 9th year as a school psychologist with Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools. I currently serve the schools in Walkertown and Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy. I enjoy assessment, collaboration and consultation, and being a part of the school community. If you’d like to speak with me, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 727-8037.Below are some links that may be helpful to you as you look for ideas for your kids (either as a parent or as a teacher):
There are many excellent math websites provide additional instruction, reinforcement, and practice in areas tied to the Common Core Curriculum. Some are specific to math, while some cover a variety of areas.
Florida Center for Reading Research
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