Director of Exceptional Students and Educational Interventions
Jennifer Moles joined the team of the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools in August 2013 as its Director of Exceptional Students and Educational Interventions (Special Education). Her role requires her to work closely with the buildings and staff to provide high quality services and instruction to the students with identified needs. She will be involved in maintaining compliance and ensuring services detailed in the IDEA are provided. She will coordinate services for students in alternative placements including Non-Public placements and students receiving Jon Peterson or Autism Scholarships. In addition, she will oversee gifted identification, education and support services for students in the South Euclid Lyndhurst schools.
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is a federal law that assures children and youth with disabilities a free appropriate public education (FAPE) in the least restrictive environment (LRE). The South Euclid Lyndhurst School District provides a continuum of special education programs and services for school-age students with disabilities.
Jennifer has served in similar positions in other school districts throughout her career. She holds a Master of Education in Administration, and a Bachelor of Science in Education with a focus in Special Education and Curriculum Foundations. Additionally, she has taught in the classroom and holds an Associate Degree in American Sign Language Interpreting and Transliterating.
Jennifer is passionate about her work, because she believes that all children deserve the best education possible. She feels that all students can achieve, and that some just do so differently.
Coordinator of Exceptional Students and
Amanda Morris serves the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools as the Coordinator of Exceptional Students and Educational Interventions. Her role requires assisting identified exceptional students and those at-risk for needing additional instructional supports. She is responsible for coordinating programs, supporting new and existing education initiatives, determining interventions, and providing best practices professional development for staff working with exceptional students.
Amanda joined the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools in August 2014 as the school psychologist for Greenview Campus. Prior to her joining South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools she was a school psychologist working with students in grades K -12. Amanda received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Spanish from Washington and Jefferson College, her Educational Specialist degree from Kent State University and her Administrative License from Ashland University. Amanda is looking forward to continuing to support the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools’ students, families, and professionals in a new role.