Student Services

The Department of Student Services provides a wide array of assistance programs and
comprehensive services to students, staff and parents. 

New pressures on communities, families and schools have resulted in more at-risk students.  The Student Support staff works in collaboration with other professionals and community agencies in order to meet numerous needs.  Staff members address a myriad of issues including career education/planning, self-esteem, interpersonal relations, absenteeism, peer mediation, school safety and mental and physical health.  Student Services are coordinated programs of specialized services to students and families.

Developmental Services
  • Classroom Guidance
  • Routine Health Service
  • Career Exploration
Assessment and Intervention Services
  • Testing
  • Referrals to Community Agencies
  • Direct Services-Academic, Social
  • Physical and Emotional Concerns
Consultation and Coordination Services
  • Indirect Services
  • Teaming of Support Services
Other Services
  • Child Accounting
  • Student Records and Transcripts
  • Working Papers
  • Home Education
  • Saturday School
  • Alternative School
School Health
  • School Nurse Practitioners
  • School Nurse
  • Health Room Technicians (LPN’s)
  • Skilled Professional Health Care
  • Primary and Preventive Health Services
  • Comprehensive Health Appraisals
  • Health Counseling
  • Disease Prevention and Control
  • Periodic Screening Tests and Services
  • Child/Family Advocates for Health Care
Guidance and Counseling
  • Comprehensive, Developmental K-12 Program
  • Trained, Caring and Competent Staff Counseling
  • Individual Guidance Services
  • Elementary Counselors
  • Middle School Counselors
  • High School Counselors
School Safety Program
  • Comprehensive School Safety Plans
  • Building Crisis Teams
  • Comprehensive/School Safety Advisory Council
School Psychologists

(Highly Trained School Psychologists)

  • Programs of:
  • Psychological Diagnosis
  • Prescription and Therapy
  • Crisis Intervention/Consultation
  • Collaboration with Community to Improve Educational Experience and Promote Students’ Self-Worth
School Social Workers
  • Certificated School Social Workers
  • Collaboration with Families
  • Community Resources
  • Efforts to Modify and Improve
    Attitudes and Behaviors
  • Interpretation of Regulations/Laws
  • School Attendance
  • Child Labor
Student Assistance Program (C.A.R.E.)
  • 1 Highly Trained Middle School Team
  • 1 Well Trained High School Team
  • Identification of High Risk Students
  • Alcohol/Drug Use
  • Suicide/Mental Health Problems
  • Effective Referral Process (Staff, Peers, Parents and Self-Referrals)
  • Support Groups
  • “After-Care” Programs
Peer Mediation
  • Active High School Programs
  • Functioning Middle School Programs
  • Operative Elementary School Teams
  • Promotion of Safe School Environment
  • Peers Resolving Student Conflicts
    Student Teams Highly Trained in 
    Communication Skills, Decision Making Skills, Self-Awareness and 4-Step Conflict Resolution

Staff Contacts

Director of Student Services
Dr. Richard Poole
570-327-5500 x40310