Anne Stump


Job Title: 

Speech-Language Pathologist


Anne Stump


Special Education


My name is Annie Stump and I am the Speech-Language Pathologist for students grade 6-8. If your student has been found eligible for special education services and has speech listed on their IEP, I will be seeing them in the general education classroom and in small groups as outlined in their plan.

I recieved my undergraduate degree in Speech-Language Pathology at The University of Georgia in 2002 (Go Dawgs!) and my Master's of Education in Speech-Language Pathology from Georgia State University in 2007. I have experience working with adults and children of all ages with a variety of communication disorders in a range of settings from schools to hospitals and clinics. This is my eighth year with FCPS and I previously spent 3 years in the Loudoun County Public School System also.

I look forward to working with each of your students this year and helping them to improve their speech and language skills so that they can reach their full academic potential in the classroom. I will be at Walkersville Middle School on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. If you have questions about your student's speech services, email is the easiest way to reach me and I'll be sure to respond as quickly as possible.

Have a great year!
Annie Stump, CCC-SLP