Mrs. Amy Peacock

Phone: 704-736-1958


Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Science in Recreational Therapy from Western Carolina University Masters of Science in Communicative Disorders from California State University Licensed with the North Carolina Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (NCBOESLPA) Certificate of Clinical Competence for Speech-Language Pathologists by American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)

Mrs. Amy Peacock


Welcome to Speech!

I will be your child’s Speech-Language Pathologist this year at St. James Elementary School, Mini Academy, Our Gang, Learning Express and Denver Christian Academy Preschools. I'm looking forward to starting my 4th year at SJES!  During the school year, I will send homework for your child to complete with your guidance in order to practice their good speech and language skills outside of school.  These activities will all contain familiar content for your child, as they will be the main targets of their therapy in school.  The purpose of speech and language home practice is to generalize targeted skills in a new environment.  Home practice should take about 5 minutes. 

Prizes are earned to keep students motivated.  Each time students come to speech and participate with their best effort they earn a star. They also earn a star for each homework page completed and initialedor signed by a parent so that I know you listened to their speech or helped them complete it.  Possibility of 2 stars earned per session. After 10 stars they will go to the prize box.  If you do not wish to receive homework just sent me an email, note or call.  No hard feelings. I understand we are all busy, but your student will progress and exit speech much sooner when they practice at home. 

I have had great success with Speech Buddies speeding up the process of speech sound mastery. They are available individually or as a set for the following sounds: /l, sh, ch, s, r/. Speech Buddies are evidence-based tools that aid in training proper tongue placement. It's a tool placed in the mouth so they can feel exactly where their tongue should go to correctly produce the sound.  Cleaned with alcohol and soapy water between each use.  Visit for more information or call/email me. Some parents have purchased them for home use.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your child’s speech and language.  You may send me a note in your child’s speech folder, call me at school or email me anytime. 

Speech Classroom Wishlist:

Kleenex, Lysol Spray, Lysol Wipes

Looking forward to an awesome year with lots of progress!

Mrs. Peacock



  • Some Helpful websites/apps that I like for extra home practice are:


    For Articulation (speech sound errors)

    Struggling with how to help your students produce speech sounds? See videos by speech therapist Carrie Clark on youtube: ex. "Carrie Clark teaching k sounds." click on word lists click on speech sound resources. 

    Speech Buddies:

    Word Vault is a free app that has articulation (word through paragraph level)


    For Language: (antonym/synonym etc.) click on browse by topic under the development tab click on language or use search and type in a key word.

    Word Vault is a free app that has language activities. 



Last Modified on August 19, 2019