My name is Ann-Marie Larson. I have worked as a Speech Language Pathologist in a variety of settings both educational and medical with children and young adults prek-12th grade since 2002, upon completion of my Masters Degree from UW-Whitewater. This is my third year at North and I am absolutely thrilled to be here. The diverse population at North allows me the opportunity to serve students in the areas of language, articulation, fluency, assistive technology (AT) and augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). In addition, Raider Time allows me the opportunity to share my love for Yoga with students and staff who would like to spend a few moments each day focusing on breath, movement and mindfulness. Yoga is a passion of mine and since receiving my 200 RYT certification in 2018, it has been a true joy to share it with everyone I can.
I am originally from Rhinelander (Go Hodags!), but have lived in Washington State, Florida and Texas, and returned back to Wisconsin in the Fall of 2017. I live in Sheboygan with my two children, my significant other and his three children. Between boy and girl scouts and a large variety of sports between the 5 children we stay very very busy. I am a huge Badger and Packer fan and enjoy Wisconsin the most in the Fall with the changing leaves and football.