A school psychologist is on campus twice a week to help students succeed academically, socially and emotionally. The primary purpose is to help students with moderate to serious learning problems. This might include reading, math or written-language difficulties.
School psychologists work with students individually and in groups. They also develop programs to train teachers and parents about effective teaching and learning strategies, techniques to manage behavior at home and in the classroom, working with students who have disabilities or special talents, addressing the abuse of drugs and other substances, and preventing and managing crises.
Please request psychological services by contacting the principal or counselor.
School Psychologist: Joshua Neuder