The 2016-17 Vice-President for SLP Public Schools is Lori Tavtigian
Public School Committee Mission Statement:
The purpose of the Committee on Public Schools (PSC) is to support and represent public school personnel affiliated with the Michigan Speech-Language-Hearing Association (MSHA) including Speech/Language Pathologists, Teachers of the Hearing Impaired, Educational Audiologists, Supervisors of Speech-Language-Hearing Services and other educational personnel. The PSC monitors and responds to issues affecting the provision of services in the public schools. In addition, the PSC encourages and celebrates excellence in public school programs through the conferring of awards.
The Public School Committee consists of speech, language and hearing professionals from across the state of Michigan. The functions of the committee include:
Monitors issues affecting provision of services in the public schools
Coordinates the Public School Forum held at the MSHA Annual Conference
Reviews nominations and selects recipients for the MSHA Program of the Year Award
Submits suggestions to the Vice President for Professional Development and Education for invited speakers at the MSHA Annual Conference.
Program of the Year