Phone: 978 838 2417
Degrees and Certifications:
B.S. Communication Disorders, Colorado State University M.S. Speech Language Pathology, Worcester State University Certificate of Clinical Competancy, American Speech Language and Hearing Association MA Teacher of Speech and Language
Mrs. Mollee Langelier, M.S., CCC/SLP
Dear BMS Community,
It has been a true pleasure to work as Speech Language Pathologist at Berlin Memorial School since 1998. At that time BMS was still located in what is now the "Town Hall" and I was fresh out of Graduate School. I have always loved this town and all of the children and families I have worked with through the years. I am a resident of Berlin and have two children who have attended BMS and are now at Tahanto. This school district has afforded them a stellar education and nurturing environment to mature in. When I drive through town I see former students and local landmarks and think "HOME".
I began my education at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst then transfered to Colorado State University where I received my Bachelor's of Science degree in Communication Disorders. I returned to Massachusetts and earned my Master's of Science degree in Speech Language Pathology at Worcester State University.
My first position was as speech language pathology assistant at the Dr. Franklin Perkins School in Lancaster, where I worked with emotionally and behaviorally challenged youngsters in a residential program. The position was eye opening in that Autism Spectrum Disorder was just coming to the forefront of understanding and many children with autism were sent to the school to live because their own school districts did not have the expertise to serve them. It strikes me now how fortunate we are that times have changed and most school districts are well equipped to help children with this diagnosis and offer them an education in the least restrictive environment.
Here at BMS I work with identified students from the time they become eligible for services at two years, nine months of age until they transition into middle school after fifth grade. I work to develop speech articulation, sound/ phonological awareness, early literacy through multisensory exploration, expressive and receptive language, written language, social and study skills. I initiated and maintain the surround sound classroom amplification systems found in 11 out of 12 classrooms here at BMS and am anxious to get that last system in place to support students with attention deficit disorder, auditory processing disorder and just about everyone else who can benefit from excellent speech sound clarity! I work in several classrooms to provide regular education intervention supports for writing, reading and study skills so there is a good chance that your child will know me, whether or not they have an Individualized Education Program with speech and language services.
Finally, I can be seen organizing the PBIS activities around school and the Parent Pick-Up line during dismissal each day....so the next time you pick up please honk or say hello!