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Business Manager

Allison Sova started at the Center in April of 2019 as the Administrator. Allison is also a wife and a mother of two young girls. She graduated in May of 2019 from SVSU with her Bachelors Degree in Business Management. She enjoys working for the Center and does her best to keep the communication open between everyone. If you ever have a question she is your first stop! 


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I have taught for 11 years in a variety of grades/subjects from preschool to 8th grade. I have my bachelors and masters in early childhood from SVSU. I currently teach 5-8 grade math/science at State Street Academy in Bay City. I have my ZS (early childhood special ed), K-8 self contained and 6-8 science endorsement. I am also a certified trainer through the Dyslexia Center.


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Kristine Redwanz has been with the center for over ten years.  She is a tutor, supervisor, and trainer.  What she loves the most about tutoring her students is seeing the smiles on their faces when they finally feel confident about reading - a feeling that they may have never felt before.  Kristine also especially loves training other educators how to do what we do at the center - teach students how to read using multi-sensory, structured, sequential language instruction.  Kristine graduated from Saginaw Valley State University in 2006 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education.  She has been an elementary school teacher for fourteen years and loves making a difference in the lives of students and other educators!


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My name is Sherry Kenworthy and I am excited to start my second year of tutoring at the Center. I graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. I enjoy helping families outside the Center as a Parent Mentor working with families of children with disabilities to improve their educational outcomes. I got involved with the Center to help other children, like my Son, with dyslexia. I enjoy working with the Students and watching their ability and confidence flourish. In my spare time I enjoy sewing, reading, spending time with my Husband, and watching our four children participate intheir multiple activities and sports.


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I am Shannon Monville I have been at the center for one year.  My favorite part of working at the center is the ability to individualize the curriculum and watching students internalize and be able to use it proficiently.  It's wonderful to watch them discover intricate parts of our language!


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Max and I love working with the kids at the center! ️I love seeing their smiles when all the pieces start coming together and their self confidence begins to grow.  I see so much potential in each one to have a full and wonderful life ahead of them and for them to know they are just as smart and probably more creative than other kids in their class. Life is out there to lived as a leader and show off their special talents.
I began working at the center in 2014 after leaving Bay City public schools as a special education teacher. I found the perfect place for me!!


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Jill Coquillard: I have been lucky enough to be involved with the center since 2014 when I took my first training.  Since then I have gone through the advanced training program as well.  While teaching 5th grade for the past 22 years, the center has definitely enhanced my lessons with my daily kiddos too.  There is no greater thrill than witnessing the first hand progress that students make at the center.  Watching their confidence grow is priceless!  Not only is it rewarding for the kids, but the parents see the change in their children too and that is a gift, as I too was one of those parents.  Jill Coquillard


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I have been at the Children's Dyslexia Center as a student tutor since June of 2017. My background is in secondary education as a science and communications teacher. I love working at the center! I have the pleasure of working with amazing students. The instruction they receive changes their life and I am so excited to be a part of that change! 


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My name is Jael De Salas. I’m from the Dominican Republic, but I've been living in the States for 9 years. I started working in the Center last year (2019). I like working at the center because it brings me joy to help children achieve their goal of reading and comprehension, to bring clarity and understanding about letters and words. I also like the positive work environment that the co-worker projects of helping each other.


Robbin Wasik graduated from SVSU in May of 2002, that Fall she began teaching her first Elementary classroom.  Robbin has taught 6th grade, 4th grade, 3rd grade, title one classes and now homeschools her own children.  She has four children that fill her days with everything from doing math, cooking dinner, listening to a good book, running to soccer games, cleaning up science experiments, horse shows, piano, religion classes and more.  As a child Robbin struggled with Dyslexia, as an educator she knew there must be a way to help students and her daughter feel confident while reading.  The center has given her an opportunity to do just that, change how a student feels about their abilities, build strong learners and walk away with a smile on their face.  

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