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Special Education

Rabecca Juarez : Life Skills

Rabecca Juarez | Life Skills

My Email: rabecca.juarez@washk12.org

My name is Rabecca Juarez and I am very excited to be joining Panorama as a life skills teacher. I have lived in St George for 20 years but am originally from Pleasant Grove, Utah. My husband Cisco and I have 4 wonderful children who all went to Panorama! I have worked for WCSD for almost twelve years, mostly as a Paraprofessional at Post High School. My teaching degree in Severe Special Education is through Utah State University.

I love coffee, cooking, my three dogs, and spending time with my family and friends.


Linda Steck : Special Education

Linda Steck | Special Education

My Email: linda.steck@washk12.org


Megan Quick : Special Education

Megan Quick | Special Education

My Email: megan.quick@washk12.org

Hello!

My name is Mrs. Quick and I am a new special education teacher at Panorama Elementary School! I grew up in Illinois and moved to
Minneapolis in 2002. My family and I moved to St. George in June 2020 and LOVE it! I am married and we have a daughter named Miina who will be 5 in
December. We also have two cats, love coffee, sewing and going camping!
I taught for 5th grade for two years and this is my fourth year teaching special education. I graduated from Minnesota State University with a degree in Elementary Education and my Master of Arts in Special
Education with a focus in autism spectrum disorder from St. Mary’s University in Minneapolis.


Sally Zitting : Speech-Language Pathologist

Sally Zitting | Speech-Language Pathologist

My Email: sally.zitting@washk12.org

Sally Zitting is a Utah State University graduate with an M.A. in Communication Disorders and Deaf Education: Speech-Language Pathology. Sally has 8 years experience in the school setting within various special education programs; titles worked include special education paraprofessional, vision impairment aide, speech-language technician, and speech-language pathology graduate student clinician. Sally is passionate about helping children find their voice, learn to talk back, and better understand peers, teachers, and family members. She believes family/community involvement are key to success when it comes to speech and language development. Please contact Mrs. Sally if you have any questions/concerns about speech-language services or feel a child could benefit from specialized instruction regarding expressive language, receptive language, stuttering, articulation, or voice.