Sara Putt – Special Education Teacher/School Psychology Intern
I graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education from Augsburg University in 2011, with a minor in Special Education and Sociology. I returned to school while teaching at Gillette Children’s Hospital to complete my licensure in Special Education. I have spent the past 10 years working with students in hospitals, adult detention centers, a behavior day treatment school, on the Rocky Boy reservation, and in country schools around the hi-line. I will graduate in June of 2022 from Eastern Washington University with a Master’s and Educational Specialist degree in School Psychology after completing my year-long internship at Bear Paw Cooperative. I am working on becoming a nationally-certified school psychologist (NCSP) through the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), and am a student member of Montana Association of School Psychologists (MASP). While I am just getting started as a school psychologist, I have had a lifelong dream of working with children. I am originally from Everett, Washington but have lived in Montana for 6 years and love working on the hi-line. I am excited to work with schools and families to help all children be successful.