The patient academic services team supports a connection to the schooling program and provides the child the normalcy of school and learning.
Kayla Megonegal was born and raised in Delray Beach, Florida. She graduated from Florida State University with a Master of Science in exceptional student education (ESE) with a specialization in elementary high incidence disabilities. After graduating, she moved back to Delray Beach where she taught in Palm Beach County Schools for three years. Kayla is currently a hospital school teacher for the hematology/oncology unit as well as the ESE population. When not working with patients and families, Kayla enjoys reading a good book or taking walks outdoors and enjoying downtown St. Petersburg.
Amanda Sliby is a St. Petersburg, Florida, native. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in anthropology from the University of South Florida and graduated with honors. While in college she became passionate about human rights and participated in grassroots community organizations across the state. Amanda taught English as a second language to adults and high school students in Pinellas County before beginning her role as bilingual school teacher at Johns Hopkins All Children’s.