Meet the Team

Meet the Team

Caitlin Rosing M.A.T., Associate Director, TACT-2 Trainer

Caitlin Rosing, M.A.T., graduated from Towson University in 2006 with a Bachelors in Health Science. After graciously accepting a teaching position at High Road School of Baltimore County in 2008 she continued her passion for learning and obtained a Masters in the Art of Teaching from Goucher College. Originally from Long Island, she grew up working at a camp called Camp ANCHOR (Answering the Needs of Citizens with Handicaps in an Organized Recreation). During her 10 amazing years there, she learned something very important about herself. She learned that when she wasn’t spending summers on Long Island at Camp ANCHOR, she wanted to find a career working with children and adults with special needs. After being a teacher for 6 years, she transitioned to New Hope Academy as the Alternative Education Setting (AES) Director, and then in 2016 went back to High Road School of Baltimore County as the Associate Director. Caitlin currently helps lead the amazing team of educators and every day is proud to say she works for High Road School.

Kelly Mlynski M.A.T., Associate Director

Kelly Mlynski, M.A.T. has worked for High Road School of Baltimore County for 12 years. Ms. Kelly grew up in Baltimore City and attended Towson University, earning a B.S. in Health Care Management. In 2008 she graduated with a Masters in the Art of Teaching (M.A.T.) from Goucher College. She started as a Teacher’s Assistant in a classroom working closely with teacher, James Young, and shortly after had her own classroom where she taught for eight years. She currently co-leads the team at High Road School of Baltimore County where she is passionate about positive school culture, ensuring a growing graduation rate, and promoting individual school success. She enjoys creating writing, and learning something new every day. Most recently, Kelly spoke at the MANSEF (The Maryland Association of NonPublic Special Education Facilities) conference in Baltimore City, educating other educators on ADHD. In her spare time she is a loving mother of three children.

Ms. Amy Stormo, A.A., Teachers Assistant, ServSafe Instructor/Proctor, ProStart Instructor

Amy Stormo graduated from CCBC with an Associates Degree in Liberal Arts in 2002. She grew up in Baltimore County and started working for High Road Academy in Laurel, MD., in 2002 as a teacher’s assistant. In 2007 Amy left the High Road School family to peruse her dream of being a mom, raising a now 12 year old daughter, and 11 year old twin boys. In 2013, Amy returned to work as a teacher’s assistant at the High Road School of Baltimore County. One of Amy’s favorite hobbies is cooking and baking. Amy has taken her love of culinary to a new level, teaching our students life skills, culinary techniques, and certifying them in ServSafe and Prostart. Amy currently certifies other High Road School employees in the Mid-Atlantic region to be ServSafe instuctors, to help our student population graduate with more than just a degree from our accredited schools. Students who graduate from the Culinary Program gain access to enter the work force sooner. Amy has recently decided to go back to school to further her education. She will graduate from UMUC (University of Maryland – University College) in 2019 with a Bachelors Degree in Psychology.

Ms. Meghan Adams LGSW, Social Worker

Meghan Adams, MSW, LGSW, is a licensed social worker who has worked for the High Road of School of Baltimore County for 14 years. She grew up in Baltimore County and attended Kings College in the Poconos, majoring in Sociology with a minor in Art. She furthered her education at University of Maryland obtaining a Masters of Social Work in 2004. In 2002, University of Maryland placed her at High Road School for her internship. During her time as an intern, she loved the family oriented culture, the fast-paced community, and being able to be creative in her social work skills. Today Meghan’s focus is on health and wellness, mindfulness, and yoga. She incorporates unique therapeutic strategies (sand therapy, pet therapy) to get the students engaged and working on their goals and objectives.

Krystal Deaver, 1:1 Aide/TACT-2 Trainer

Krystal Deaver has worked for the High Road School of Baltimore County since August 2006. Over the course of her career with High Road, as one of our TACT-2 (Therapeutic Aggression Control Techniques) trainers, she has led staff in behavior techniques as that is her true niche. Ms. Krystal is very passionate about encouraging the students to be their best self. She leads by example, and always finds a way to build the students confidence through education and social skills. Her colleagues rely on her to guide their thinking outside the box, when it comes to encouraging and motivating.

Jesssica Knopp, A.A., Assistant Teacher

Ms. Jessica Knopp started in October of 2016 as an assistant teacher in High School English. She graduated from CCBC in 2014 with an Associate Degree in Early Childhood Education. She is currently attending CCBC to obtain her Bachelors Degree in Secondary Special Education. Prior to working at High Road School she was a pre-school teacher in Baltimore County. She is passionate about creative arts and sports. Jess enjoys working with our student population because she can always find the true potential and strengths. Currently Ms. Jess is an assistant in High School Science, Physical Education, and Career Research and Development.

John Lochte, B.S., Special Educator/Master TACT-2 Trainer

Johnny Lochte, B.S., started with the High Road School of Baltimore County in 1999 as a Special Educator. Over the past 18 years he worked for High Road School of P.G. County, Baltimore City, Washington D.C., Northern Virginia, Connecticut, and California. He received a Bachelors of Science from Towson State University in 1996. On a daily basis, Mr. Johnny is passionate about behavioral management. Mr. Johnny has been a TACT-2 trainer since 2002, and a Master Trainer in TACT-2 since 2007. Mr. Johnny loves finding that moment where a student is engaged, and he is able to teach them a life skill to take with them after graduation. When his father always asked him, “Why do you do your job?” His answer is, “Lightbulb moments.” Mr. Johnny loves working for High Road School because of the positive school culture, highly structured environment, and the way to we motivate students for those “light bulb moments.”

Tyler Fleischmann, B.A., Special Educator, Athletics Coach

Tyler Fleischmann was born in Williamsburg, V.A. and with his father being a Naval Officer for 20 years, he lived up and down the east coast. He attended Lynchburg College in Lynchburg, VA and obtained a B.A. in Sociology with an emphasis in criminology. He settled in Baltimore in 2011 and started working at New Hope Academy in Baltimore City in August of 2011 where he worked as a Teachers Assistant in High School science and math. In 2014, Mr. Tyler was promoted to a teacher where he taught special education middle school students in the Alternative Education Setting (AES). In 2016, Mr. Tyler transitioned to the High Road School of Baltimore County teaching high school social studies and coaching the football and basketball team. Currently he works on life skills with our students, teaching them functional real world skills, consumer math skills, and closing the gaps in education. When he is not working at High Road School, he is coaching women’s lacrosse at the Catholic High School of Baltimore. Mr. Tyler is very passionate about family, history, athletics, and environmental science. His students say he brings a smile and a passion for history and learning everyday.

Tyler Fleischmann, B.A., Special Educator, Athletics Coach

Tyler Fleischmann was born in Williamsburg, V.A. and with his father being a Naval Officer for 20 years, he lived up and down the east coast. He attended Lynchburg College in Lynchburg, VA and obtained a B.A. in Sociology with an emphasis in criminology. He settled in Baltimore in 2011 and started working at New Hope Academy in Baltimore City in August of 2011 where he worked as a Teachers Assistant in High School science and math. In 2014, Mr. Tyler was promoted to a teacher where he taught special education middle school students in the Alternative Education Setting (AES). In 2016, Mr. Tyler transitioned to the High Road School of Baltimore County teaching high school social studies and coaching the football and basketball team. Currently he works on life skills with our students, teaching them functional real world skills, consumer math skills, and closing the gaps in education. When he is not working at High Road School, he is coaching women’s lacrosse at the Catholic High School of Baltimore. Mr. Tyler is very passionate about family, history, athletics, and environmental science. His students say he brings a smile and a passion for history and learning everyday.