Moving All to
Success and Health

Welcome to the mash
sample site!

Check out the resources below to get to know the MASH team and see an idea of what your children will see if they are enrolled. There are some way-finding features that will help you as you learn to use this site each day.

Look at our Informational Page to learn more about MASH!

Regardless of when your child starts in the school year, they will begin with an Orientation so they can get to know the team and the tools we'll be using! After that, they start with the typical instruction. Check out our Sample Lesson and Sample Schedule!

navigating the site

When your child is in the classroom, look for these features. They will help you navigate your way around!

The sun means there is a message to listen to. Click on the speaker to pause the message, or to listen to it again.

The laptop will take your student to E-Therapy. They can go there any time for your scheduled appointments.

The backpack will take your student to the optional extension activities. There is a whole playground full of movement, academic, and engaging activities!

The teddy bear will take your student back to the main classroom for that week. The main classroom is also where you students will find the blue door and the backpack. Click on the teddy bear in any room, and it will take you back.

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For more help in navigating and getting your questions answered,
please head over to our Help! page.

Meet the mash team

Anna Troutman

Lead Teacher

Anna is a National Board Certified Teacher and Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She has been in the education field for 9 years and absolutely loves teaching! Anna started out as a Kindergarten-5th grade Lifeskills teacher. There, she found her passion working with neurodiverse students with a variety of needs! Anna continued to study in the field of behavior analysis to help truly make a difference in the lives of her students and their families. She values continued relationships and growth for years beyond the classroom. In her free time, Anna enjoys baking, reading, running, and spending time with her husband and son.

Nan Jordan

Community Engagement

Nan originally hails from the east coast, but is excited to be living and working in beautiful Washington! She completed her Masters of Social Work in 2019 and is licensed in the state of Pennsylvania where she lived for the last 7 years. Nan has a diverse background with experience in the non-profit sector, healthcare, and education. She has worked with neurodiverse adults and students since 2013. Nan is passionate about getting to know students and families and providing the support needed for each person to find success in school and beyond! In her free time, Nan enjoys being outside, doing yoga, cooking, singing, dancing, and reading.

Katy Mattern

Behavior Lead

Katy is Board Certified Behavior Analysis and Educator. Her experience in education includes teaching in both elementary and middle school settings, consulting and coaching school leadership teams through implementation of procedures and practices that support MTSS frameworks, along with providing direct services to students with a wide array of specialized needs and supports. When she isn't attempting to change the world through behavior analysis, she spends time with her two sons, enjoys cooking (or burning) new dishes, and spending time in the mountains with her extended family.

Yareli Calvario

Behavior Support

Yareli is a Registered Behavior Technician. She is currently attending Yakima Valley College. She has two children, ages 2 and 4. They enjoy the summertime the most- visiting the beach, driving their RZR, and spending outdoor time with family! They also enjoy baking together, but mostly her kids enjoy eating all the frosting and sprinkles before they take everything out of the oven! On my own time, Yareli likes to design shirts and cups with her Cricut, along with combining essential oil rollers for family and friends.