Katherine McGee brings an array of experience to her position at The Cloverleaf School. After graduating from Kennesaw State University with a BS in psychology, she began teaching in the special needs community, specializing in phonics and social skills instruction. Eager to learn as much as possible to address the needs of her students, Katherine pursued training in Orton-Gillingham, Handwriting Without Tears, The Alert Program, and Yoga Kids. In 2008, Katherine became an Educational Director, working closely with other teachers to help them develop curriculum, classroom management skills, and multisensory instruction techniques.
Being a parent of a child with special needs, Katherine has always been passionate about parent support and education and has a knack of viewing things with a “fresh eye.” Stepping out of the classroom after having her second child in 2011, she took the opportunity to begin facilitating monthly community parent support groups and socials as a Community Outreach Coordinator. Katherine is very excited to combine her specialized education and skills set as the Administrative Director of The Cloverleaf School, where she will work with parents, teachers, and children to achieve the common goal of student success.