The Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) is primarily responsible for providing assessment, intervention and case management to students identified as eligible for speech therapy per Special Education guidelines. Consultation with Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) team as needed. Also responsible for performing hearing screenings for all students. Upon request, the speech-language pathologist will conduct hearing screenings on any student suspected of having hearing problems. A hearing screening can be requested by a parent, teacher or student. These screenings will identify students with a recently acquired hearing loss, and those new to CMS with an existing hearing loss. If a student fails two consecutive hearing screenings with the speech-language pathologist, they will be referred to the school audiologist for a free hearing evaluation. Parents must sign a "Consent for Hearing Evaluation" form, prior to student contact with the audiologist. All questions regarding hearing screening procedures can be emailed to the speech-language pathologist.