Moreland-Haviland remains enthusiastic and displays excitement in her gestures and voice in her interactions with kids and colleagues. Through the challenges, she acknowledges it’s worth it.
Moreland-Haviland acknowledges that ESPs are unique in ISTA.
“We do parts of the job not everyone can do – transportation, nutrition and that extra boost of learning,” said Moreland-Haviland.
This is an abbreviated article from the winter ISTA Advocate magazine. To read more about A Day in the Life of an ESP, check your mailbox for the Advocate magazine.