Focusing on children and families, the Pupil Services Team of Lyndonville Schools create and implement best-practice educational services and strategies to ensure high level student achievement in the least restrictive environment. Our trained professionals utilize a student-centered team approach to serve students with academic, emotional, behavioral, or special physical needs by providing a full range of services and supports.

Lyndonville special educators, counselors, and school leaders participate in on-going professional training in Response to Intervention (RTI), Life Space Crisis Intervention (LSCI), Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI), WeR3C, and Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS).

Lyndonville students are supported through related services, K-12 consultant teachers, K-12 co-teaching classrooms, a full day Academic Support Center, 12:1:1 Life Skills Class, 12:1:1 ELA and Math Classroom, Resource Room, and the Program for Acceptable Completion of Educational Requirements (PACER) program with full-time staff who can respond immediately to students in need of extra emotional support. In addition, school counselors and teacher leaders receive ongoing specialized coaching to ensure that Lyndonville students are provided the most up-to-date special education services available.

Sharon Smith (
Director of Instruction and Student Services
LuAnn Henry (
 Special Education Secretary

Behavior Support/Therapeutic Intervention Team/Student Support Services
Sharon Smith – Director
Jim Zeliff – Dean of Students
Kim Nealon – Elementary & Middle School Counselor
Jeff Kingsbury – High School Counselor
Cassandra Fleck – PK-12 Counselor

Penny Barry - School Psychologist

Learning Specialists
Jennifer Colonna – Elementary
Julia Robinson – Elementary
Michelle Randolph - Elementary
Katy Franks – MHS
Tammy Mallon – MHS
Theresa Pierson – MHSMaegan Suhr - MHS

Related Files

Related Links

  • Procedural Safeguards
    New York State Education Department PROCEDURAL SAFEGUARDS NOTICE July 2017 Rights for Parents of Children with Disabilities, Ages 3-21

  • A Parent's Guide to Special Education
    The New York State Education Department provides information for parents, guardians and other family members about laws, regulations and policies affecting special education programs and services in this parent guide.

  • Special Education Part 200 and 201
    Regulations of the NYS Commissioner of Education - Parts 200 and 201

  • Parent Network of Western New York
    Parent Network of WNY is a not-for-profit agency that provides education and resources for families of individuals with special needs (birth through adulthood).