Mrs. Virginia Campbell
Speech Language Pathologist

662-429-9117. Ext 1308


@Ginny Campbell1

About the Teacher/Welcome Msg




Education: Bachelors Degree:  Memphis State University, 1983

Masters Degree:  Arkansas State University, 1991

Experience: This is my 29th year as a speech-language pathologist. I have worked in Early Invervention in homes, Developmentally Delayed Preschool, Hearing Impaired, School Based Speech Therapy Home Health and Nursing Homes. I have enjoyed each placement as a therapist, but my love is children.

Bio: I graduated from Memphis State University with a BS in Education and I graduated from Arkansas State University with a MS in Communicative Disorders.

I am married to a great guy named Rick,  and we have four children, each of them has been a guinea pig for different activities and therapy ideas. They will tell you, it has been very interesting growing up with a speech therapist as a mom and sometimes frustrating when they didn't use their words correctly. My children have been an inspiration to me, as well as great practice, since two of them required P.E. tubes for recurring ear infections, and they had many distorted and omitted sounds.

We have added on to our family over time....I now have two daughter's-in-law and a son-in-law and a granddaughter and grandson.   It is amazing how things change at our house almost daily.


Resources for Websites

General Resources for Speech-Language   (All Ages)

Home Speech Home
Mommy Speech Therapy
Tarheel Reader – Online books with simple language
Handy Handouts from Super Duper Inc.
Scholastic Magazine Online
Storyline Online
Vocabulary Practice
Free Speech Therapy ResourcesPDF
The Speech Express


Resources for Articulation

Handy Handouts from Super Duper Inc.  #458 and #498 
Home Speech Home Articulation Work Lists
Articulation Word Lists by Natalie SnyderPDF Link


Resources for Fluency (Stuttering)

Stuttering Foundation
FRIENDS for parents


Resources for Voice

The Voice Foundation







Resources for Language for Elementary, Middle, and High School

Shared Reading StrategyWord Document
How to Read Aloud to Children
Read Works for Reading Comprehension
Brain Pop
Handy Handouts from Super Duper Inc.    #12 and #573
Wacky Web Tales (similar to Madlibs)


Resources for AAC:

AAC Language Lab – 2 months for FREE
Daily Core Vocabulary Lessons
PrACCtical Resources
AAC in the Classroom on YouTube


Resources for PreSchool

Handy Handouts from Super Duper Inc.
#583 and #152
Toy Talk Blog
Infant-Toddler Activities for Parents PDF Link



 Hello from speech therapy.  I miss being at school with all my students, however there are still things you can do at home.  Read, read, read!  Read to and with your children.  Have them draw pictures about the stories they read and then sequence them to re-tell the story.  Look for new vocabulary words and talk about antonyms and synonyms of those words.  Most of all I want you to relax and enjoy this extra time at home.