Class Room 6
Teaching team – Cameron Link, Rosalyn Lawrence and Julie Petrusha
Hello, my name is Cameron Link. This is my second year teaching at Alameda, my fifth year teaching early childhood special education. In Room 6 we have both morning and afternoon sessions of early childhood special education (ecse). I earned my bachelor's degree in elementary education with an endorsement to teach students with cognitive impairments from Grand Valley State University (GVSU). After that I completed my master's degree in early childhood education, also at GVSU. I live in Plymouth, MI.
Rosalyn Lawrence is working as a para professional in the classroom. This is her fourth year working in ECSE, and she adores working with the little ones in our room. Rosalyn Lawrence lives in Southfield with her husband and has one child.
Julie Petrusha joins us as para professional this year from another preschool program in the school. She brings with her many years experience and a love of working with young children. Julie has a bachelor’s degree in social work and just obtained her CDA (early childhood certificate) this year. Julie lives in Farmington with her husband and two kids who also attend Farmington schools.