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Sharing smiles: Hutterer helps students acquire new skills

4:53 PM, May 17, 2013
Janice Hutterer, Early Childhood Special Education teacher at Riverview Elementary School, wishes she could win the lottery. 'It would feel great to be able to help people or to surprise them and pay off their mortgage or other expenses,' she said.
Janice Hutterer, Early Childhood Special Education teacher at Riverview Elementary School, wishes she could win the lottery. 'It would feel great to be able to help people or to surprise them and pay off their mortgage or other expenses,' she said.
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Having the "opportunity to smile" each day and work with 3-year-olds who have special needs keeps Janice Hutterer motivated. The Early Childhood Special Education teacher works with her Riverview Elementary School students on skills ranging from developing language to teaching them to engage in play with their peers.

"Each child has individual goals we work on daily," she said. "I work with a team of people such as an occupational therapist, speech therapist, physical therapist to a deaf and hard of hearing specialist. My day consists of a schedule from free choice time for the students ...

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