My name is Christa Clark and I am the Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) at North Euless Elementary. This is my fifth year as part of the HEB ISD and North Euless Family. I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Northwestern University in 2010 and my Master’s Degree in Communication Disorders from the University of Texas at Dallas in 2012. I love working with children and helping them be as successful as possible!  


As a Speech-Language Pathologists, we evaluate, identify, and provide therapy for a variety of communication delays:

Articulation Disorder/Phonological Process Disorder: Impairment characterized by poor intelligibility and communication difficulties in the classroom due to difficulties in the production of speech sounds.

Approximate/Average Ages for Sound Development:

Age 3: /p/ /m/ /n/ /h/ /w/

Age 4: /b/ /d/ /k/ /g/ /f/

Age 5: /ng/ /t/ /y/

Age 6: /l/

Age 7: /r/ /s/ /z/ /v/ /sh/ /ch/ /j/ /th/

Language Disorders: Impairment in the understanding and/or use of spoken, written, and/or other symbol system. This includes the form (grammar), content (meaning), and function (communication) of language.

Voice Disorders: Impairment characterized by the atypical production and/or absences of vocal quality, including duration, pitch, loudness, harshness, hoarseness, and/or nasality.

Fluency Disorders: A breakdown in speech production characterized as disturbances in the rate and rhythm of speech. It is also referred to as “stuttering.”

If you are concerned your child may be displaying one or more of these disorders, and it is negatively impacting their performance in the classroom, please feel free to contact me here at school or by e-mail (christaclark@hebisd.edu).