Ivy Garmon

  • Instructor, Special Education

M. Ed., Secondary Education Administration, William Woods University; B.A., Clinical Psychology & Sociology, Culver-Stockton College; secondary teaching certification and endorsements, Buena Vista University

Ivy is an experienced public school special educator who has worked across all grade levels with both low and high incidence disabilities. She currently is an Instructional Strategist at Mount Pleasant Community Middle School. She also has served as a Teacher Mentor, Department Data Team Leader, and as a member of many teams, including the Response to Intervention (RTI) Data team, Facility Advisement Team, School in Need of Assistance (SINA) Committee, Inclusion Team, Tier II Positive Behavioral Intervention (PBIS) Team, and District Special Education Service Delivery Plan Committee. She is a member of the American Council on Rural Special Education (ACRES) and the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC).  


Introduction to Exceptional Learners, Behavior Intervention and Supports & Field Experience, Differentiated Instruction for Diverse Learners, and Professional Seminar II: Supervised Participation in Special Education