Our Student Services welcomes and supports students on an individual and school-wide basis. The staff consists of a school counselor for each grade level, a school psychologist, a school nurse and health room assistant, the registrar, and a pupil personnel worker. Student services promotes academic achievement, behavioral intervention, and social/emotional supports for students.
Who We Are
Beth Boyer, School Psychologist
Linda Lucas-Zacharias, Counselor, 8th Grade
Melissa Morton, Counselor, 7th Grade
Laura Propert, Counselor, 6th Grade
Jean Smith, Pupil Personnel Worker
Connie Wagner, Student Services Secretary
Registrar: Contact to enroll, transfer or withdraw your
student from school. (The custodial parent must
schedule an appointment to enroll a student.)
Attendance Clerk: Contact for absences, late arrivals
and early dismissals
Siobhan Zarek, Cluster Nurse
Lori Miller, Health Assistant
Health Room: Contact for health concerns that
your student at school (e.g., medication taken at
school, concussions, student health care plans)
The primary goal of the School Counseling Program is to promote and enhance student learning through the three broad and interrelated areas of student development: Academic Development, Career Development and Personal/Social Development. These areas are supported through classroom guidance lessons, individual and group counseling, crisis response, outside agency referrals, and academic and behavioral intervention planning.
School Psychologists promote educationally and psychologically healthy environments for all children and adolescents by implementing research-based, effective programs that prevent problems, enhance independence and promote optimal learning. School Psychologists provide services according to the individualized needs of the students in their schools through assessments, consultation, school-wide prevention initiatives, educational and intervention planning, and crisis response.
Health services ensures that immunizations are up to date, medications are distributed, and health concerns at school are addressed through health care plans and in response to student needs during the school day.
Provides information and materials for student enrollment, transfer, or withdrawal from school; and maintains student enrollment information and attendance through the school system’s data management system and students’ permanent records (i.e., hard copies of enrollment forms, attendance and standardized test records, and student progress reports).
Updates and maintains attendance records through the school system’s data management system.