• Here at Region 19 we are dedicated to supporting all things Speech Langauge Pathology in the schools. Our commitment to you is to bring you the most current Professional Development, networking opportunities and resources that will positively impact the important work you do. 

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  • Sheryl Lynn Wilcox, M.S. CCC-SLP

    Project Manager Early Childhood Special Education and Speech Language Pathologists

     

    Sheryl L. Wilcox has worked as a Speech Language Pathologist for 17 years in the schools and a variety of medical settings intervening with communication disorders.  She joined the ESC-Region 19 SPED team 2 years ago as the Early Childhood Special Education Specialist and recently became Project Manager for Speech Language Pathologist as well.  Sheryl has been involved with creating and implementing early intervention opportunities for younger children and working directly with parents and teachers to meet the needs of the child especially when addressing severe behavior ckoncerns .  She has also worked with supporting schools, classrooms and teachers through Positive Behavior Interventions over the years.  Her passion for helping others and increasing good communication between everyone involved with a child’s learning and growth is what drives her to share with you.Picture of Sheryl Wilcox smiling

     

    Education Service Center-Region 19        
    6611 Boeing Dr.

    El Paso, TX 79925

    Office: (915) 780-5097

    Fax: (915) 780-5058

    Email: slwilcox@esc19.net

    Website: www.esc19.net

     

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    For questions regarding HB3 or HB3 implementation, please email hb3info@tea.texas.gov.
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    It is with great love and respect that I would like to honor Lou Ann Rosario! She retired on August 31, 2020 from Region 19 as the Project Manager of SLPs, OTs, PTs, AT and MEMN. She was involved in so many endeavors through out her 27 years and each made such an impact on our area Special Education peeps, schools, students and families. She left a legacy of hard work, dedication and inspiration to us all. She will truly be missed!