Laci Babcock

Welcome to my page!!!!

My name is Laci Babcock, I am a speech/language pathologist at Skelly Elementary and Jefferson Elementary. This is my 5th year working at USD 490!! I will be serving 3 Early Childhood classrooms and walk-in students this year.

Mrs. Babcock's Guidelines in the Speech/Language Room:

*We are a TEAM

*We RESPECT each other

*We take RISKS

*We LISTEN and follow instructions

*We take turns

*We respond appropriately

*We celebrate each other's success.

*We use our learned skills EVERYWHERE!!!!

Here is a link to information about speech/language development:

Please feel free to contact me with any questions!!!!

Here is a link to the Stuttering Foundation website, lots of great information!

CHAMPS program as a way to encourage positive behavior.

C--Conversation Can students talk to each other during this activity or transition?

H--Help How do students get their questions answered? How do they get your attention?

A--Activity What is the task or objective? What it the expected end product?

M--Movement Can students move about? (E.g., are they allowed to get up to sharpen a pencil?)

P--Participation What does the expected student behavior look and sound like? How do students show they are fully


S--Success All students can experience success!!

Feel free to email or call me anytime! (316) 322-4860

Mrs. Laci Babcock M.S., CCC-SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist at Skelly Elementary

Educational Info:

Fort Hays State University, 2011

M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology

Kansas State University

B.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders

For my iWOW project, I bought and assembled an AAC Core Word of the Week binder to use in the Early Childhood classrooms I work in next year. This will be used mainly for children who use augmentative and alternative communication. Working on one core word each week is a great way to expand functional vocabulary. The words in this book will target 'go', 'in', 'different', and 'help'. I am excited to use this next year!