Degrees and Certifications:
M.A Secondary Special Education and Transition Services Certifications Generalist 4-8 Special Education k-12
Ms. Mishay Cooley
I am Ms. Cooley and I teach the Project Read dyslexia program here at Ronald Thorton Middle School. This is my 9th year teaching in a special education setting. I began my journey to become a teacher when I attended West Virginia University and studied Physical Education. I decided to continue my educational career and attended George Washington University for my Masters in Arts in Secondary Special Education and Transition Services. I have a handsome 8-year-old son who falls under the special education umbrella. I have worked with a wide range of disabilities, from students in the ABC/SAILS program to students in the resource setting, and I believe education is one of the most precious gifts that we can offer children. I strive to help my students reach their full potential, no matter the disability.
1st period: Math 8 Inclusion Support
2nd period: Project Read
3rd period: Project Read
4th period: Project Read
5th period: Project Read
6th period: U.S History Inclusion Support
7th period: Conference
Tutorials are held by request. Passes will be given the day before the tutorial day.
If another day is needed, please email to discuss.
Wednesday- 8:20 to 8:40
Thursday- 8:20 to 8:40