The speech program provides services to children in the areas of articulation, language, auditory processing, voice, and fluency. The speech-language specialist receives referrals from parents and teachers for children whose speech-language skills negatively impact their academic performance. The speech-language specialist evaluates, determines eligibility for, and provides speech-language therapy. Therapy is provided in 30-minute sessions, usually once or twice per week.

If you believe that your child has a speech or language problem, which negatively affects his/her educational performance, please contact the speech-language pathologist.


Carolyn Lynch, Speech-Language Pathologist

Hi, I am Ms. Lynch, the Speech Language Pathologist here at Troy Hills Elementary School.I received my Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Maryland.  After graduating I took a number of graduate level classes in both Audiology and Speech Pathology.  I decided I wanted to work with children as a Speech Language Pathologist. I received my Master of Science in Communication Disorders in 2000 from William Paterson University.  I began my professional career in the public schools in Teaneck district and then came to Parsippany district in 2001, where I have worked for the last 20 years. My goal is that each of my students feel successful and are achieving success independently by the time they are finished with my program.


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Alex Murray, Speech-Language Pathologist



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