Shelbyville School District Special Education Department

1101 W.N. 6th Street | Phone: 217-774-2188 | Fax: 217-774-2198

The Special Education Department in the Shelbyville CUSD #4 offers a full continuum of special education services for children between the ages of 3 and 21. We work to provide supports that will help each special education student be successful in the Least Restrictive Environment. Parents are an integral part of this process.

District Special Education Staff located at Moulton Middle School

  • Sarah Melvin – Psychologist
  • Heather Townsend- Counselor (Main St.)
  • Karen Miller- Counselor (Moulton & SHS)
  • Cheryl Faulkner – Secretary (1st red portable north of Moulton)

Main Street Elementary School and Kindergarten Center

  • Tammi Kull – 1st-3rd Grade Transition Teacher
  • Jill Briggerman – Kindergarden-3rd GradeResource Teacher
  • Lacy Houska – 1st-3rd, Speech/Language Pathologist
  • Rebecca Miller – Preschool –K,G Speech/Language Pathologist
  • Kelly Nohren – Early Childhood Special Education Teacher
  • Erica McDonald – Early Childhood Special Education Teacher
  • Amy Pritchard – Early Childhood Special Education Teacher
  • Gina Banning – Paraprofessional
  • Loretta Miller – Paraprofessional
  • Tamera Meyer – Paraprofessional
  • Donna Jones – Paraprofessional
  • Lori Ruot - Paraprofessional
  • Lynn Rhodes-Paraprofessional

Moulton Middle School

  • Tassi Beals – 4th Grade Resource Teacher
  • Darci Groves – 5th Grade Resource Teacher
  • Melissa Clark – 6th - 8th Grade Resource Teacher
  • Terri Horsman – 5th - 8th Grade Transition Teacher
  • Marney Oligschlaeger – 4th-12th Speech/Language Pathologist
  • Becky Huber – Paraprofessional
  • Jennifer West - Paraprofessional (off-site bus aide)

Shelbyville High School

  • Jamie Watson – 9th - 12th Grade Resource Teacher
  • Lynn Huber- 9th-12th Grade Resource Teacher
  • Robyn Carswell -9th-12th Grade Transition IV Teacher
  • Janice Karraker - Paraprofessional
  • The majority of our special education students are served in the Shelbyville Schools. However, we also serve a few of our special education students at:
  • Treatment and Learning Center (TLC) in Humboldt 
  • Armstrong Center in Mattoon
  • Diagnostic & Developmental Center (DDC) in Mattoon
  • Hearing Impaired Program in Mattoon

We also contract the following services from Eastern Illinois Area of Special Education:

  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physical Therapy
  • Hearing Services
  • Vision Services
  • Autism Services
  • Adaptive P.E.