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      Pupil Services

      School Social Work Services

       
      Social Work Mantra. I am the last defense. The lone voice. A fighter. A listener. A helper. A healer
      School Social Workers are an integral link between school, home and the community in helping students achieve academic success. They work directly with school administrators as well as students and families providing leadership in forming school discipline policies, mental health intervention, crisis management and support services. As part of an interdisciplinary team to help students succeed, school social workers also facilitate community involvement in the schools while advocating for student success. (NASW)
       
      School Social Workers are trained mental health professionals who can assist with mental health concerns, behavioral concerns, positive behavioral support, academic and classroom support, consultation with teachers, parents, and administrators as well as provide individual and group counseling/therapy. (SSWAA)
       
      Awards given to social workers
      National School Social Work Week Proclamation - March 2-6, 2020
      Mr. Rodney Glotfelty, Board Member, recognized National School Social Work Week, March 2 – 6, 2020, by presenting a proclamation. “Beacon of Hope: School Social Workers – Lighting the Way” is the theme for School Social Work Week 2020. GCPS School Social Workers, Carrie Hook and Shannon Haley and Mental Health Coordinator, Mary VanSickle, accepted the proclamation. Ms. Barbara Baker, Superintendent of Schools, is also pictured.

      Meet the Social Workers

      Mary VanSickle, LCSW-C, Mental Health Coordinator for Garrett County Public Schools
       
      Mary VanSickle
      301-334-8900 x.8953
       
      Shannon Haley, LCSW-C, School Social Worker for Southern End Schools (Swan Meadow, Yough Glades, Broad Ford, Crellin, Southern Middle, and Southern High)
       
      Shannon Haley
       
      Carrie Hook, LCSW-C, School Social Worker for Northern End Schools (Accident, Route 40, Friendsville, Grantsville, Northern Middle and Northern High)
       
      Carrie Hook
      301-746-8863 ext 2520
       
      You Matter.
       

      Resources

      Please feel free to reach out to us if we can help connect you to resources. Here are some of our most commonly accessed services:
      301-334-7680
       
      301-533-3000
       
      Local Mental Health Providers:
       
       
      301-334-9431
       
      301-334-2357

      24/7 National Suicide Hotline Number

      1-800-273-8255

      or text HOME to 741741

       

      2018太阳集团游戏网址