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  • Suzanne Lynch

    Mrs. Lynch grew up in Kiln, Mississippi.  She received her B.A. in Education of the Deaf from the University of Southern Mississipi.  She obtained a M.Ed. from William Carey University.  She taught in Prentiss & Picyune, Mississippi and Fort Collins, Colorado before joining the St. Tammany Parish Schools family.

    Suzanne has been signing and working with students with hearing loss since 2001.  She recieved a score of 3.5 on the Educational Interpreters Performance Assessment in 2010.  She recieved her certificate as a Qualified Educational Intepreter in the spring of 2017.  She currently works with Deaf students at Covington High School.  She also teaches American Sign Language as both a foreign language credit for the Tops University Pathway OR as a core elective on any Tops-Tech Career Pathway.

    Among the many panels and committees that Suzanne has participated in, the most prestigious would be her invitation to sit on the Praxis II Education of the Deaf Certification Panel.  She was flown to New Jersey where she collaborated with Deaf Educators from around the Nation on what it means to be a Deaf Educator and what students graduating college should know before receiving their certifcation as teachers of the Deaf.