Julianne Fuchs-Musgrave – The NIH Children’s school
Julianne has been a teacher for 25 years in private and public schools as a long term sub pre-k through HS including special needs children. She became Director of the NIH Children’s School in August 2012. For the past 10 years her focus has been teaching children with special needs including academic, emotional and physical difficulties, which qualifies her for the NIH Children’s School position. In connection with the Clinical Center (medical and phyciatric), Julianne runs a “one room school house” for 5 to 25 children ( pre-K to HS) from all over the world, many with English as a second language or no English. She told us stories of challenging student cases.