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Lorraine Lodge

Mrs. LodgeI have worked as a speech language pathologist at Timonium Elementary School since 2001. Prior to that, I worked as a SLP contractually for Baltimore City Public Schools. Timonium is a great place to work because the faculty and students are very supportive of our students in the CALS program. I also work with students in the general education setting who may be having difficulties in the areas of articulation, language, or fluency. The best thing about my job is helping children become better communicators!


Amy Hall

I have worked as occupational Mrs. Halltherapist contractually for Baltimore County Schools since 1997.   I have been the occupational therapist at Timonium Elementary School since 2014.   The faculty and staff at Timonium Elementary work well as a team to support the students participating in the CALS programs as well as in the general education program.  As an occupational therapist I work with students having difficulties in the areas of fine motor, perceptual motor, sensory, and basic activities of daily living.  I enjoy helping students improve their fine and perceptual motor skills needed for achieving success in their educational program as well as improving their independence with ADL skills!

Ruthanne Doetzer

Mrs. DoetzerI grew up in Baltimore and attended local schools and universities, including UMBC, University of Maryland-College Park, and Johns Hopkins. After internships in DC and Virginia, I started my career as a speech-language pathologist at Kennedy Krieger Institute and later worked as an SLP in the Dominican Republic and Haiti. Over the years, I have worked in hospitals, schools, group homes, and private practice, with toddlers, children, teens, and adults.  I most enjoy working in schools and helping students communicate what they are learning, so in 2014 I began working at Hernwood Elementary School in Randallstown. After moving to the Towson area, I am excited to try a new BCPS school: Timonium Elementary.