My name is Megan Cook. This is my third year working for the Bath County Schools and I am currently the district speech-language pathologist. I travel between Bath County Middle School, Bath County High School, Owingsville Elementary School and Gateway Head Start; during my first year in Bath County, I worked solely at Owingsville Elementary School. I was born and raised in Winchester, Kentucky but have also lived in Texas, Utah and New Mexico. I spent my first year as a speech therapist working in the Albuquerque Public Schools in New Mexico in the high school setting.
I began my college career as a music education major at Morehead State University with my primary instrument being the clarinet. I majored in music for two and a half years then switched gears and received my Bachelor’s degree in Communication Disorders from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah and Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Utah State University in Logan, Utah. I am currently a member of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association as well as the Kentucky Speech-Language Hearing Association.
As a speech therapist, I work with my students in the areas of articulation (speech sounds), language (vocabulary, grammar, following directions, etc.) and fluency (stuttering). This webpage is a resource for teachers and parents to support their children's communication needs. I hope that the information on this page will be helpful and am looking forward to a great school year!