Speech Language Pathologist
I have a passion for what I do as a pediatric speech/language
pathologist—empowering children! I love incorporating a child’s energy
and natural desire for fun into activities that help them grow in their
speech and language skills.
I am lucky to be in a profession that has so many different areas of
focus, but feel I am particularly specialized in articulation disorders
(childhood apraxia of speech, phonological processes, developmental
sound errors) and working on functional and pre-academic receptive
and expressive language skills.
I graduated with both my Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees
in communicative disorders from California State University Long Beach
in southern California. I have more than 20 years of experience in
pediatric speech/language pathology in schools, early intervention,
private practice and home health. I moved to Colorado a few years ago
with my husband and two young boys. You’ll frequently find me
playing tennis, skiing, hitting the gym, reading or playing in the
backyard with my family. I am also slightly addicted to Words with
My name is Amy Sealock. I am one of the Speech Language Pathologists at Coyote Creek. I have been an SLP for 25 years and I LOVE MY JOB!!! I have worked at CCE for 12 years and in DCSD for 15 years! Prior to working in DCSD, I worked for DPS for 10 years. I am originally from Chicago, Illinois and moved to Denver (on a whim!) over 20 years ago. As much as I love living in Colorado, I am a loyal Cubs fan!!! Everybody In!! I have been married for 18 years and have two adventurous teenagers and two spunky dogs at home. We are a very active family and enjoy hiking, boating, skiing/snowboarding, motor cross, camping, and exploring Colorado.
Throughout my career, I have worked with students in all populations: elementary, middle, and high schools. However, being in the elementary school is by far my favorite as I am a strong advocate for early intervention! For the past several years, I have had the amazing opportunity to allow me to work solely with the Significant Support Needs population. It is a privilege to empower these students to communicate through a variety of creative and alternative methods. I love to collaborate with families and support staff to best assist the needs of the students. My therapy style is just like me...quirky, silly, and fun!!
This year, I am excited to be back at work full time. I am looking forward to a great year!! You can reach me at Amy.Sealock@dcsdk12.org
Hello! I am so excited to be starting my second year at Coyote Creek Elementary. This year, I will be in a new role as a Learning Interventionist for grades 3rd through 6th. This will be my 16th year of teaching. I have taught in grades first through fifth and I have been a reading specialist at in independent school in Massachusetts. My last position prior to joining Coyote Creek was as a 4th grade science and social studies teacher at Aspen Academy.
Although I love having a classroom of my own, I am really looking forward to working with small groups of students for reading and math support. I believe that all students learn in different ways and at varying rates. One of the most important aspects of teaching is to develop a child’s self confidence and passion for learning. I hope that I can help students believe in their abilities and spark a love for learning.
When I am not teaching, I love spending time with my family and friends. My husband and I have twin daughters who are starting their second year of college and a son who is starting 6th grade. I love running, traveling, cooking, and reading. I have loved living in beautiful Colorado for the past six years, and I am grateful for the amazing community I have found at CCE!
Hello! I am the full-time Learning Specialist and Special Education Team Lead at Coyote Creek.I have been working in DCSD for over 20 years and have been at CCE since 1999.Prior to working in Douglas County, I worked for the Fargo, ND Public School District.
My position at Coyote Creek involves evaluating, determining eligibility and delivering academic services to students who qualify for special education as having a specific learning disability. If you have questions or concerns about the Special Education process, feel free to contact me. You may contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.