DANIELLE SIEGEL ANNOUNCED AS WCESC PROJECT EXCELLENCE RECIPIENT

DANIELLE SIEGEL ANNOUNCED AS WCESC PROJECT EXCELLENCE RECIPIENT

Danielle Siegel has been an intervention specialist with the Warren County Educational Service Center, Social Communications Program for the past three years.  We are happy to announce her as the Project Excellence Award recipient this 2019-2020 school year.  This recognition is sponsored by Warren County Area Progress Council.

The WCESC Social Communications Program is a separate school for students with Autism or other Low Incidence that require highly specialized instruction due to the nature and severity of their disability.  Danielle has exemplified excellence in teaching these students through her classroom leadership, building level leadership and engagement in developing educational professionals of tomorrow. 

         

Danielle’s classroom leadership stems from her student-centered thinking and problem-solving skills.  At the building level, Danielle co-chairs the Curriculum Committee.  She leads monthly meetings and is recognized by her peers as a “go to” educator for problem solving and support.  Danielle organized a building wide “Christmas Around the World” for students to learn about many cultures, celebrate the day and present information to visitors.

    

Danielle completed her Masters of Education in 2019.  As a lifelong learner she supports the growth of future teachers by being a Mentor Teacher at Mount St. Joseph University.  She supports University of Cincinnati undergraduate practicum students by utilizing and teaching them during the 2nd semester winter quarter. 

Danielle Siegel is an exemplary intervention specialist that provides comprehensive support to her students, families, and colleagues. Although relatively young in her professional career, Danielle has already demonstrated the ability to meet challenges face on and continue her development as an educator.  CONGRATULATIONS DANIELLE!





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