State Support Team Region 9 Serving Schools in Holmes, Stark, and Wayne Counties
2100 38th Street NW  Canton, OH    44709   ~   330-492-8136  ~  1-800-733-7732   ~   Fax: 330-493-9135


Parent Contacts Special Education Concerns

Laurie Langenfeld

E-mail Address:
Laurie.Langenfeld@email.sparcc.org

Telephone and Extension Numbers:
800-733-7732 or
330-493-6082 Ext. 1432

Laurie Langenfeld, M.Ed.
State Support Team Region 9 Associate Director,
SPDG External Facilitator, IDEA Compliance


Laurie Langenfeld serves as Associate Director and Lead Special Education Consultant.   Laurie provides technical assistance as defined by the Ohio Department of Education/ Office for Exceptional Children to district leaders, educators, related services personnel, parents, and community stakeholders.  She also assists in supervising personnel and the delivery of the SST scope of work.  Laurie has held the position of SST Consultant for over 6 years and serves on many state-level committees/networks.

Prior to joining the State Support Team, Mrs. Langenfeld worked in the public school system for thirty years as a secondary teacher, High School Assistant Principal, Career and Technical Supervisor, and Secondary Special Education Supervisor. Laurie graduated from the University of Akron with a Bachelor of Science in Education, and earned a Master of Education in Educational Administration from Ashland University.

Terryl Swejk

E-mail Address:
Terryl.Swejk@email.sparcc.org

Telephone and Extension Numbers:
800-733-7732 or
330-493-6082 Ext. 1313

Terryl Swejk, M.Ed.
Consultant, Ohio Improvement Process, Alternate Assessment Contact, Secondary Transition, School Age Special Education

Terryl Swejk serves as consultant and Secondary Transition Specialist for State Support Team Region 9.  In this role, she provides professional development and technical assistance to school districts, families and service agencies throughout the region.  Focus areas include school improvement (OIP), Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (RTI and PBIS), college and career readiness, instructional practice and special education policies and procedures.  As Secondary Transition Specialists, she assists school districts and community stakeholders in strengthening collaborative ties that promote successful transitions for ALL students, including those served by IEPs, from high school into the adult world.  The goal is building systems that support student engagement in postsecondary education and employment opportunities.

Terryl holds a Bachelor of Science in Education degree from DePaul University, a Master of Education in School Psychology from John Carroll University and a Master of Education in Educational Administration from Ashland University. Her 20+ years in education have been spent educating children, families and staff from birth through the collegiate level. This includes roles as teacher, supervisor, program manager, instructor, consultant and coordinator in both public school and non-profit organizations.