Amy Scuglik – Montessori Support Specialist
Amy received her B.S. in Montessori Education from Xavier University in 1999. She then helped create one of the first elementary Montessori programs in Northern Kentucky while teaching at Prince of Peace School in Covington from 1999-2003. Amy returned to X.U. and earned her M.Ed. while completing her 9-12 Montessori training. She also completed the Orton Gillingham training program. Amy was a lead lower elementary teacher at The Good Shepherd Catholic Montessori for 13 years (2003-2016). In the Fall of 2016, Amy transitioned into the role of Lower Elementary Support Specialist. She works in close collaboration with the lead lower elementary teachers, intervention specialist, and support staff. In addition to providing differentiated instruction to lower elementary students, Amy also assists the lower elementary teachers with curriculum planning, assessments, documentation, and administrative tasks.
Holly Datillo – Title 1 Math Tutor
Holly graduated from Spring Hill College with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education. She taught 5/6 th grade for two years at Guardian Angels before going back to school at Xavier University and earning her Masters in Education. She taught in elementary grades for the next 15 years. Holly recently went back to school to earn her Reading Endorsement. Holly is married to Jeff, and they have three children, Ava, Nick and Stella. As a family they enjoy being outside and spending the weekend with golf matches, soccer, and lacrosse. Holly loves getting to know the children and helping them grow at GSCM.
Jess Conover – Speech/Language Pathologist
Jess is a board-certified speech-language pathologist with experience in both private and public schools, as well as private speech/language practices. She received her M.A. in Speech-Language Pathology through The Ohio State University, as well as an M.Ed at Xavier University. Throughout her career, she has had the pleasure of lecturing to other speech therapists, general education, and special education teachers in the Cincinnati and Columbus areas. Jess loves the collaborative community nature of working with students here at GSCM. Jess lives with her husband, Jon, crazy dog, Murphy, and her three lively children, Lucy, Grady, and Quinn who are all students at GSCM.