Amy Keveanos has worked in and out of district high school special ed for 16 years. She received her bachelor’s degree in English and Education from Monmouth University in 2002, then received her Teacher of Students with Disabilities (TOSD) from the College of St. Elizabeth graduate school. She is currently pursuing a Masters Degree in educational leadership at Montclair State University. She has worked at Celebrate the Children for 6 years and loves working with the DIR model and seeing how much progress students make with a relationship based approach.
Randy Rossilli, Jr., MA is the principal of Celebrate the Children. Randy has been a school administrator for more than 20 years. He has developed elite magnet school programs for Medical Science and Research, Engineering, Fine and Performing Arts, International Studies, and Communication Technology. He has also led other unique special education programs as a principal and supervisor of instruction. Recognized by Apple as one of the top technology educators in North America, Randy has applied his knowledge of content and technology to the development of educational media, where he is a four-time Emmy Nominee and Emmy Award Winner, as well as the winner of the New York International Film Festival for documentary short. He has published several several children's books on character education and applied learning. Randy is currently pursuing his doctorate where his dissertation will be about Child Development, DIR®, and the Power of Play.
Mary Alice Landis serves as an Instructional Supervisor and curriculum specialist in Reading at Celebrate the Children. Mary Alice runs a pull-out resource room program in Reading for students who need more intensive work in Reading and Reading comprehension. Her responsibilities include coordinating NJ statewide assessments, assessing students through standardized reading assessments, writing formal evaluation reports and recommendations, informal assessments, developing remediation plans, providing direct instruction, developing IEP goals, evaluating progress, and implementing programs. In addition to this, Mary Alice provides training and support to teachers in providing instruction in Reading and Reading Comprehension. She holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from Seton Hall University and is in the process of completing an additional Master’s degree at New Jersey City University. She holds a NJ Supervisory certificate, is K-8 certified in Elementary Education and K-12 certified in both Reading and Teacher of Students with Disabilities.
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