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  20027 88th Ave., Frankfort, IL, 60423
 Phone (815) 464-2034

  Principal

Principal: Colin Bradley
Assistant Principal: Tracy Bulfer

  School Hours

Early Childhood AM - 8:30am-11:00am Early Childhood PM- 12:00pm-2:30pm Early Childhood Individualized Instruction 8:30am-2:30pm Kindergarten 8:45am-2:15pm First through Fourth Grades: 9:00 - 3:30

-Dr. Julian Rogus School
Mission - Rogus School Mission is to educate children in a nurturing environment.
Vision - Rogus School vision is to create a community where children are loved for who they are and challenged to aim high.
Values - We value Acceptance, Belonging, and Community.




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Welcome to Speech!
I am very excited for the 2018-19 school year! I am working with kindergarten and the developmental kindergarten classroom. Together, I know that we will make a difference in your child's speech and/or language skills. I am so happy to be your child's Speech-Language Pathologist, and I look forward to a wonderful year full of growth and positive experiences for your child. 
 
Please do not hesitate to contact me at any point throughout the school year. 
Ms. Kristine Bowen, SLP 
kbowen@summithill.org 815-464-2034
 
Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) and other clinicians will often give students homework to complete before the next session in order to increase carryover. Carryover, or the idea that skills learned in the therapy session will be transferred or generalized out of the session, is important in a variety of therapeutic disciplines. Increased practice and more time spent focusing on a skill will improve a child’s abilities and rate of mastery.

Carryover activities:

  • Homework: Completing homework sent home by a therapist is a great way to spend structured time practicing a skill. Oftentimes, this homework will include words or sentences with target sounds for children working on articulation. Homework may include writing prompts for older clients, or worksheets to practice goals outside of therapy.
  • Book reading: Books can be a great way to increase carryover. For children working on language goals, possibly including sentence structure, wh-questions, sequencing, auditory comprehension and a variety of other goals, SLPs may recommend that parents simply read to their children. During book time, parents will be encouraged to stop frequently and ask children questions about characters, events, etc. This can help children improve their language skills and be a fun activity for parents and children!
  • Craft projects: Parents can use craft projects to increase carryover outside of the therapy room. Working on crafts can help target following directions, appropriate sentence structure, as well as focus on a specific theme to increase vocabulary.
  • Modeling: Parents simply modeling their own appropriate speech and language for children can help children work toward their goals. If parents, for example, practice using a slow rate, children will learn to copy their parents’ rate of speech which may increase intelligibility.
  • Recasting: Parents can recast their child’s utterance by correcting and emphasizing changes for any errors noted. For example, if a child says, “he walking,” parents can recast by saying, “You’re right! He IS walking.”
Helping children with carryover outside of therapy will help progress through goals in therapy. Frequently working on target words/sounds and other areas throughout the week will help children improve faster and meet their goals!
 
We recently started a new Internet Safety Curriculum called Common Sense Media.  This program focuses on teaching students to make safe, smart, and ethical decisions online. For more information about Common Sense Media visit the following web page: https://www.commonsense.org/education/digital-citizenship




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