Meet Our School Psychologists

School psychologists are highly trained in both psychology and education to make connections between student learning and teaching through assessment of academics, cognitive skills, behavior, and data analysis.

In Monroe County, school psychologists meet with teachers, families, and other school professionals to improve student achievement, collaborate with teachers to effectively use data to individualize instruction, and actively participate in the RTI2 data team and Student Support Team (S-Team) meetings. School psychologists conduct individualized assessments with students suspected of having an educational disability and make eligibility and programmatic recommendations. These disabilities may include specific learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, intellectual giftedness, autism, developmental delays, functional delays, health impairments, traumatic brain injuries, and emotional disturbance.

 
Mistina Brown
Lead School Psychologist and Exceptional Ed. Facilitator
 
Mistina Brown is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist with Monroe County Schools. She has worked as a school psychologist in Monroe County since August 2016.  Ms. Brown earned her Bachelor of Science, Master of Arts, and Specialist Education degrees from Middle Tennessee State University.  A big believer in the importance of quality education for all children, Ms. Brown supports inclusive practices and adaptive education techniques for students of all ages and abilities. She can be reached at mbrown@monroek12.org 
 
 
 

Ashlee Lawon
 
Ashlee Lawson Green
School Psychologist 
 

Ashlee Lawson Green is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist. She is a graduate of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, earning a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and an Education Specialist degree in School Psychology.  Ms. Green completed her internship in Monroe County Schools and has worked as a school psychologist in Catoosa and Dade County Schools in Georgia. She thoroughly enjoys working with students of all abilities and helping them overcome their individual challenges.  Ms. Green can be reached at lawsona@monroek12.org

 
Danielle Reeves
 
Danielle Reeves
School Psychologist 

Danielle Reeves is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist. She graduated from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville with a B.A. in psychology. She continued her education at Middle Tennessee State University, completing an M.A. in psychology and an Ed.S. in school psychology and curriculum/instruction.  Prior to joining the Monroe County team, Ms. Reeves worked as a graduate assistant at the Center for Dyslexia at Middle Tennessee State University. She completed her internship at McMinn County Schools and served as a school psychologist at Clinton City Schools and Bedford County Schools.  Ms. Reeves is passionate about advocating for students with unique needs and differences and about helping them reach their potential. She has a strong understanding and empathy for the positions in which children with special needs and their families find themselves.  Ms. Reeves can be reached at reevesd@monroek12.org 

 


 
Katelyn McChesney
School Psychologist
 
Katelyn McChesney is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist. She is a graduate of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, earning a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Education and an Education Specialist degree in School Psychology. Ms. McChesney completed her internship and first year of service as a school psychologist in the Tooele County School District in Utah. Monroe County welcomed Ms. McChesney to our team in August 2020.  She strives to help students find their success within the classrooms and in everyday life.  Ms. McChesney can be reached at mcchesneyk@monroek12.org