Lacie Clark M.S. CCC-SLP

Speech Pathologist

662.912.1300 ext 2517

A Little Bit About Me



B.S. in Elementary Education from Eastern Illinois University (Go Panthers!)

B.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from University of Mississippi (Go Rebs!)  

M.S. in Speech and Hearing Science from Tennessee State University (Go Tigers!)



My career began teaching Kindergarten in Illinois for four years and First Grade for one year in Tennessee. I returned to college in 2010 to pursue my degree in Speech Pathology.  While in school studying to become a Speech Pathologist, I worked in Early Intervention. I was a Special Instructor providing therapy to children birth to age three in their homes.  During graduate school at Tennessee State University my practicum experiences included a private pediatric clinic, Cordova Elementary School, and a Skilled Nursing Facility. I have been a Speech Pathologist with Desoto County Schools since 2015.

"And will you succeed? Yes indeed, Yes indeed! Ninety-nine and three quarters percent guaranteed!

Dr. Suess

"Today is your day! Your mountain is get on your way!"

Dr. Suess



Speech Resources and Websites

 Desoto County Schools Speech-Language Services Facebook Group

This page provides many great resources to utilize with your child to enhance their articulation, language, voice and fluency skills.

All About Speech and Language

The ability to communicate is a skill that every person should possess. This year we will work on many different language and speech skills that will give your child the necessary tools to be effective communicators.