Social Workers
Welcome

Social Workers serve as a liaison between school, family, community, and health providers to ensure that each student receives maximum benefit from his/her school experience.

Services offered (based on need) include: parent consultation, linking families to community resources, applying for governmental benefits such as Medicaid/CHIPS, Food Stamps, and SSI, providing assistance with medical needs, assistance with clothing and assistance with prescription medication.
The goal of School Social Workers is to help children stay in school and receive maximum benefit from his/her school experience.

School Social Workers help students with:
• School/Academic problems
• Family/Relational problems
• Community/Societal problems

School Social Workers work with:
• Children & Adolescents
• Parents & Adult Caregivers
• Teachers and other School Personnel

School Social Workers:
• Help students academically & socially
• Act as a liaison between home & school
• Make referrals to community agencies
• Provide crisis intervention

Serves as:
District Social Worker
SHAC Coordinator
Homeless Liaison

Primarily responsible for the following campuses:
-Barber Middle School
-Silbernagel Elementary
-KE Little Elementary
-San Leon Elementary
-Hughes Rd Elementary
-McAdams Junior High

 

  *Homeless Students


Contact Information:
281-229-7421
Serves as:
District Social Worker
Homebound Coordinator
CPI Trainer

Primarily responsible for the following campuses:
-Bay Colony Elementary
-Calder Road Elementary
-Lobit Elementary
-Lobit Middle School
-Dunbar Middle School
-Dickinson High School
-DALC/DCC

 

*Special Education Students
 
*Homebound Services


Contact Information:
281-229-6643

The mission of the Dickinson Independent School District is to ensure that all students have successful learning opportunities that help them reach their full potential and add quality throughout their lives. 

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