Tate Lawson, ECDS
Tate is one of our lovely Teachers at Jonesboro North! She graduated from Arkansas State University in 2019 with her Bachelors in General Studies with an emphasis on Education, Health, and Exercise Science. Eventually, Tate would like to pursue her Masters Degree but also has a passion for serving those with special needs, so this is what led her to Miracle Kids! She loves to read all kinds of books and write in her spare time. If Tate had one super-human power it would be the power of invisibility! The best part of her job she thinks is seeing the children grow and make progress throughout their time with us! Her personal motto would be “Hakuna Matata.”
Rebecca Chisom, Lead ECDT
Rebecca is a Lead Technician for North! She graduated from Henderson State University in 2018 with her Bachelors of Science in Human Resources. Her passion for helping people and making sure children’s needs are met is what led Rebecca to Miracle Kids. She Loves working with all of our kiddos and thinks this was the best career change she could have ever asked for! If Rebecca could have one super-human power in the world, she would choose invisibility! She is passionate about animal cruelty, education for children, and homelessness. Rebecca’s personal motto is “The Best is Yet to Come!”
Graceson Trickey, Lead ECDT
Graceson is one of our lovely Lead Technician’s at Jonesboro North! She graduated from Arkansas State University in 2019 with her Bachelors of Science in Health Studies. Eventually, Graceson wants to go to Physical Therapy Assistant school so that is what led her to MKSA. In her spare time, she likes to spend time with her family, friends, and goldendoodle! All of the kiddos love Graceson for her patient and outgoing personality! She is certified in CPR and Handle with Care. If Graceson could have one super-human power, it would be the ability to fly! Her favorite part about her job is seeing children progress and meet milestones in the areas that, without Miracle Kids, they would have not met.
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The Importance of Reading Intervention at an Early Age Daley Johnston M.A., CF-SLP