• Education/Certification

    1990 Tuscaloosa County High School

    1994 The University Of Alabama-Bachelor's Degree in Communicative Disorders

    2000 The University of Alabama-Masters' Degree in Speech Pathology

    Class B State of Alabama Teaching Certificate 

    Licensed by the Alabama Board of Examiners for Speech Language Pathology and Audiology



    1994-1996-SLP for Perry County Board of Education where I served The Head Start Program, The Perry County Multiple Disabilities Center, and West Side Middle School

    1996-Present-SLP for Tuscaloosa County Board of education where I have served Flatwoods, Myrtlewood, Lloyd Wood Middle, the RISE Program, and currently serve student at Faucett Vestavial Elementary and Echols Middle School.

    2016-Present-SLP for Devon Health Care Group where I deliver virtual speech therapy services to eligible students in our state who are enrolled in the Alabama K12 online school.



    Hi!  I'm Julie Stapp, and I am a native of Northport Alabama where I have lived my entire life.  I've been employed as a school SLP for the past 25 years and have been at FVES for 14 of those years.  I have loved every single second of it! I have been married for 23 years to my high school sweetie, Jason Stapp.  He is the principal at Echols Middle School.  We have a 19 year old U of A college sophomore, Kylee, who hopes to be a teacher of sweet little ones in just a couple of short years.  We also have a 17 year old high school senior, John Colby who attends TCHS where he plays varsity baseball and keeps us laughing constantly.  Additionally, we have two rescued fur babies, Bud and Gwendolyn Grace (Winnie), who pretty much rule our worlds.  Our jobs, kids, and church keep us quite busy, but we would absolutely have it no other way!  Probably the most important and valuable quality I have learned/earned over the many years as a teacher is empathy.  Many of our students come from very difficult situations that we cannot relate to or even comprehend.  We never know if the smile, hug, or kind word we give them will be the only one they receive on any given day.  The little things we do for them and say to them as well as how we make them feel can mean the world.