Degrees and Certifications:
B.S. in Education - Certification in K-12 Special Education, endorsement in emotional impairments - Certification in K-12 Health Educcation LMSW - Clinical Practice
My name is Stephanie Bicsak. I am a special education resource room teacher at Churchill High School. I started my teaching career in 2010, working as a resource room teacher at the middle and high school levels. I then took my expertise to the elementary level, working as the lead special education teacher for students idenified as having emotional impairments. Then in 2017 I decided to make the switch back to high school and took a position through Livonia Public Schools.
I have earned my bachelor of science degree in education from Central Michigan University; certification in K-12 special education, endorsements in emotional impairments and K-12 health education. I also acheived my masters degree in clinical social work from Michigan State University, holding a professional license in the state of Michigan.
Currently I run the study skills course at Churchill High School. Study skills is a course that is only offered to students that have a valid IEP. The study skills course intergrates academic and elective class material; teaching students to better use their executive funtioning skills to progress successfully through their courses.