IMSE Interviews

We've got some exciting news to share with you! Mt. Healthy City School District recently had a visit from the Institute for Multi-Sensory Education and their film crew, who came to document Mt. Healthy teachers and students using their methodology before spring break.

The videos and photos captured will be used for training and marketing purposes, showcasing the great work being done by the district in ELA using IMSE's Orton-Gillingham methodology.
Over the past 5 years, all K-6 ELA teachers at Mt. Healthy have been trained using the Orton-Gillingham approach from IMSE. Our very own Ms. Jennifer Harry (ELA Instructional Coach) is a Level 5 Master Instructor, making Mt. Healthy an "accredited partner" of IMSE.

This is a big deal since, when MTHCS began, there were only 8 school districts in the country with this IMSE partnership, and Mt. Healthy was the only district in Ohio, Indiana, & Kentucky. Last year, local districts followed our lead and became accredited partners by having a Level 4 Instructor.

IMSE contacted Ms. Harry in the fall and asked if the school district would be willing to have a film crew come to document IMSE teachers and students using their approach. They filmed at the ELC (Teachers Ms. Ruth Alexander and Ms. Brittany Barrett) and second grade at South Elementary (Teacher Ms. Kayce Brown), as well as Executive Director of Teaching and Learning, Jana Wolfe.

Congratulations to the teachers that put in the work ensuring only the best for Mt. Healthy students and for leading the way.