Rock Paper Scissors Toy Store
More Than Fun And Games!

Rock Paper Scissors

Advisory Board

That's right, we have an advisory board composed of local experts to help guide us with our vision for Rock Paper Scissors to provide fun and functional toys and games. In addition to lending us advice on specific toys we should carry in our store, many of them will be offering articles through out the year to feature in our newsletters.

In addition, when you visit our store, you will see helpful tags hanging by toys that some of these experts have carefully selected as their favorites that relate to their particular specialty. These cards will help you make confident decisions on which products may help your child with any skill sets you are working on developing with them. We are grateful to these specialists helping us out:
Peggy Chapman, Clinical Nurse, Board Certified Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing
Dru Davies, Pediatric Occupational Therapist

Heather Fahey, Special Educator
Sonia Kelly, Blue River Montesorri School Founder
Kathleen Ott, Speech Language Pathologist
Katy Shamitz, Skills For Living Founder
Stacey Szklut MS, OTR/L, South Shore Therapies
Geneva Woodruff, Behavior Specialist
Margaret (Peggy) Chapman is a Clinical Nurse Specialist, Board Certified, in Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing. Since 1999 she has began providing child and adolescent psychopharmacology services. In 2006 she opened her own practice at Levin and Zangrillo, PC, in Hingham, MA. Peggy currently offers assessment and psychopharmacological treatment for children from pre-school through 12th grade in her practice.  
Dru Davies graduated from Quinnipiac College with a degree in occupational therapy in 1976.  She worked for the Easter Seal Society and The North River Collaborative from 1976 to 1984.   She has also worked in the Duxbury Public Schools from 1984 to the present, and Marshfield Public Schools from 1984 to 2008.  She is married with 3 grown children.
Heather Fahey, LICSW, M.Ed is the founder of Dynamic Families Educational Services, serving children and families in Duxbury, and the surrounding area, as a licensed clinical social worker. She has an M.Ed is special education from the University of Florida and a MSW from Boston University. Heather's professional experiences have included public and private school settings, hospitals, and working with families in their homes. She is committed to helping children with social and emotional disabilities, and their families, lead active and fulfilling lives. 
Sonia Kelly has over fifteen years of lead teaching experience.  She holds a Master of Education degree from Loyola College in Maryland and an Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) Diploma from the Washington Montessori Institute.  Ms. Kelly has taught all grades from preschool through third grade and brings her knowledge and elements of these grades’ curriculums into the classroom. As a book reviewer for Corwin Press, a Sage Publications company, she is able to keep abreast of the latest educational research developments in early childhood education.  Ms. Kelly is a guest lecturer in the School of Education at Bridgewater State University and an active council member of Duxbury's Community Care for Children.
Kathleen Ott M.S. CCC-SLP is a speech-language pathologist who specializes in working with children with communication delays. She also enjoys working with children with feeding difficulties and dual language learners. Kathleen has worked in both Early Intervention and school settings. She loves working with children and their families to encourage a language rich environment to facilitate  development. She is a Mom and Duxbury resident. 
Katy Shamitz has extensive experience working with children and adolescents, from toddlers to college students.  Katy’s background in school counseling has given her a thorough understanding of the challenges, both social and academic, that young people encounter on a daily basis. Katy founded Skills for Living in 2007 after leaving the public schools to care for her young family.Katy is a certified school counselor in Massachusetts. She received her undergraduate degree in Education and Psychology from Stonehill College in Easton, Massachusetts and her Masters in Counseling from Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven, Connecticut. 
Stacey Szklut MS, OTR/L is an occupational therapist with 30 years of experience working with children. She has taught over 200 workshops locally and nationally. In 2004 she and her husband opened South Shore Therapies, a clinic providing occupational and speech therapy for children with sensory, motor, language and feeding needs. They currently have two locations in Weymouth and Pembroke that offer assessment and ongoing treatment.
Geneva Woodruff Ph.D. has years of experience working with and on behalf of young children and their families. The early part of her career she worked in public education as teacher, principal, director of special education, assistant superintendent of schools and college professor. She then went on to create and direct research based innovative programs for young children and their families among those children served were those with disabilities, exposure to substance abuse, hiv infected and AIDS, learning disabilities and challenging behaviors. The latter part of her career she directed national early childhood training programs based on empirical researc.for teachers, administrators, and related staff in school systems across the United States and abroad.