Mrs. Alice Steinheimer became the Director of Special Services in the summer of 2009 and also serves as the Director of Bilingual/ESL Education.
She has over 29 years experience in special education serving most recently as the Director in Wharton/Mine Hill.
With 16 years as a special education teacher and 13 years as an LDTC, Mrs. Steinheimer
has had the opportunity to successfully work with many special need students and has command knowledge of all aspects of special education.
is certified in multiple areas including Principal, Supervisor, Teacher
of the Handicapped, NY Elementary Education, Wilson Reading and is a Professionally Recognized Special Educator for Educational Diagnosis.
has also received training in the Phonology strand of Project Read, has presented workshops on Phonological Awareness, as well as training programs for paraprofessionals.
She has extensive experience with I&RS, 504, QSAC and ELL programs.
Mrs. Steinheimer received her BS in Elementary Education from the State University College at Oneonta, an MS in Special Education from Adelphi University and an MA in Educational Leadership from the College of Saint Elizabeth.
In addition, Mrs. Steinheimer
LDTC certification from Montclair State University
As a lifelong learner, Mrs. Steinheimer keeps abreast of the current trends in education via webinars, journals, conferences and professional development opportunities.
Mrs. Steinheimer was the Morris County Daily Record Teacher of the Year and has received recognition from the Randolph Township Board of Education, received the Fernbrook School Family Appreciation Award and is a member of Kappa Delta Pi.
philosophy of education is based on the anonymous quote, "Children are like wet cement; whatever falls on them leaves an impression.
Mrs. Steinheimer is committed to leaving a positive impression on each and every student in the Denville learning community.