Danielle is on campus half-time and teaches a 9th-grade study skills class. She crafts and implements learning plans and provides support to students and teachers around issues of neurodiversity. Danielle was a classroom teacher for over eight years (in both Saratoga and Walnut Creek) and worked one-on-one with students who have struggled with reading, writing, math, and executive functioning skills. She has experience working with different Orton-Gillingham based systems to help remediate children who have specific learning disorders and need a multi-sensory approach. Danielle understands each child is different and knows how to help support that child. She also works as a liaison between the child, family, and classroom. Danielle earned her bachelor’s degree at Chico State, a multiple subject teaching credential from National University, and a certificate in Educational Therapy from UC Riverside. Danielle has three children and enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, and exploring.