SHMS Family Newsletter
October 2, 2022
Greetings Stuart-Hobson community,
Congratulations to the 6th grade for winning September's Pep Assembly and a dress down day on Monday! During the first month of school they amassed almost 50,000 Live School points as a grade level - amazing work! We will open our monthly school store this coming week and students will be able to place orders using their Live School points and paychecks. Families will received a login credentials to view and monitor their student's Live School points with our next mailing.
We are excited to reconnect with families in-person on Thursday during the Fall parent-teacher conferences. Most spots have been reserved already and we encourage families to keep in touch with teachers throughout the term if you cannot meet with them on Thursday. We expect DCPS to publish Term 1 Progress Reports during the week of October 10th and they will be visible in Aspen then.
Students who are struggling in any classes will complete Student Support Plans (SSPs) with their teachers. Students will bring these reports home for a signature and to review with their family so that everyone is on the same page about a plan to finish the second half of the term strong. Teachers may review SSPs with families during PTCs as well.
The end of the week and long weekend will provide everyone with an opportunity to rest and regroup for the second half of Term 1. Please take some time to engage in self-care so that we are all energized on Tuesday, October 11th!
Upcoming Dates: October 3 - 7
- A great instructional day!
- 6th Grade Dress Down Day for Pep Assembly victory!
- A great instructional day!
- Girls in Aviation trip
- A great instructional day!
- Parent-Teacher Conferences, 9:00-4:00 PM, No School for Students
- Professional Development for Staff, No School for Students
- October 10, Indigenous Peoples Day observed, schools closed
- October 11, LSAT Meeting, 6:00-8:00 PM
- October 12, Walk and Roll to School Day
- October 14, 6th grade trip to Air & Space Museum
- October 20, Great Shakeout Emergency Drill
- October 25, Term 1 Family Night (virtual), 6:00 PM
- October 28, Pep Assembly!
- October 31 - November 4, Cluster-wide Spirit Week!
- November 7, End of Term 1, PD & Records Keeping Day for Teachers, No School for Students
- November 8, Election Day, No School for Teachers or Students
- November 9, 7th Grade Skate Trip
- November 10, 8th Grade Trip, TBD
- November 9 & 10, 6th Grade Trip to Terrapin Adventures!
- November 11, Veterans Day observed, Schools Closed
- November 17, SHMS High School Fair, 6:00-8:00 PM
All students must complete a participation packet every school year. Additionally, the medical forms must be completed within the prior 365 days. We encourage you to have your healthcare provider complete these forms before the school year and attach them to your participation packet.
Click on the link below to submit the athletic forms online.
Fall Sports Season
Tuesday: Stuart-Hobson vs. Deal @ Deal 4:00pm (Game)
Head Coach: Myron Alston
Monday: 4:30pm - 6:30pm (Practice)
Tuesday: 4:30pm - 6:30pm (Practice)
Wednesday: Stuart-Hobson vs. Johnson @ Eastern HS 6:00pm (Game)
Head Coach: Stanley Stancil
Monday: 3:45pm - 5:00pm. Meet on the front steps (Practice)
Wednesday: DCIAA MS Meet @ Colmar Manor Park 12:00 (Meet).
Thursday: 3:45pm - 5:00pm. Meet on the front steps (Practice).
Head Coach: Taurus McGhee
Monday: 3:45pm - 5:00pm. Meet on the front steps. (Practice)
Wednesday: DCIAA MS Meet @ Colmar Manor Park 12:00pm Meet on the front steps.
Thursday: 3:45pm - 5:00pm. Meet on the front steps. (Practice)
Head Coach: Mark Smith
Monday: 3:45pm - 5:00pm (Practice)
Tuesday: Stuart-Hobson vs. Eliot Hine @ Randall Field 3:30pm (Game)
Head Coach: Dexter Batts
Monday: 3:30pm - 5:00pm (Practice)
Head Coach: Richard Strong
Monday: Stuart-Hobson vs. Oyster Adams @ Stuart-Hobson 5:30pm (Game)
Tuesday: 3:45pm - 5:00m (Practice)
Head Coach: Ronald Dorsey
Assistant Coach: Linda Hilliard
Winter Sports Season
Try-Outs: November 1 - November 4 @ 5:00pm - 6:30pm
6th Grade Intramural League: October 8th, 15th, 22
Head Coach: Sylvester Robinson
Try-Outs: November 1 - November 4 3:30pm - 5:00pm
6th Grade Intramural League: October 8th, 15th, 22
Head Coach: Troy Henderson
Wednesday: Try-Outs: October 5th 3:45pm - 5:30pm
Head Coach: Sheritha Dixon
Boys Indoor Track & Field
Head Coach: Taurus McGhee
Girls Indoor Track & Field
Head Coach: Mark Smith
Head Coach: Leonard Booker
Head Coach: Tomicula Williams
Candidates interested in coaching or volunteering. Send your resume to Richard.Strong@k12.dc.gov
Coaching Vacancies: SY 2022-23
Head Coach: Girls Bowling (Winter Season)
Head Coach: Wrestling (Winter Season )
Head Coach: Co-Ed Lacrosse (Spring Season)
Interested candidates or volunteers should send a resume to Athletic Director Strong, Richard.Strong@k12.dc.gov
Shout Outs and Celebrations
Let's all work together to Stomp Out Bullying this month! October is Bullying Prevention Month and our Culture Team will be organizing learning and competitions for students to help us maintain a safe school environment and root out bullying together!
A special shout out to our custodial team today on Custodial Workers Appreciation Day - thanks to Mr. D. Reed, Mr. Vasquez, Mr. Espy, Mr. M. Reed, and Mr. Benson for your efforts to prepare and maintain our school every day of the year!
Thank you to the Cluster PTA for organizing this weekend's 3rd Annual Cluster Cup Scavenger Hunt to build community among our three schools and students' families!
Thank you to Mr. Strong for leading the organization of another fantastic Pep Assembly on Friday afternoon - what a great way to end the month and first half of Term 1!
New Information and Important Updates
Field Trip Eligibility
- Passing ALL classes
- In-seat Attendance (ISA) is 90%+
- Fewer than 5 tardies (late arrival) to class per month
- Zero Tier 3-5 behavior infractions
- Fewer than 3 behavior referrals in term (or previous month)
- Mandatory testing (e.g. iReady, RI, etc.) complete
Administrators and teacher teams will review student eligibility prior to any scheduled trips. Please reach out to a grade-level administrator or field trip organizer with any questions about your student's participation or eligibility.
Student Schedule Changes & Staffing Update
On Tuesday, October 11th we will launch some revised student schedules that reflect our goals outline above. Most of these changes will impact 7th and 8th grade schedules. In most cases, students will maintain the same teachers, though the period that their class meets may change. Where students are assigned a new teacher, please know that it was to help us balance class sizes and leverage our new teachers. All grades and attendance records will transfer with students through any class change. As always, you can reach out to a guidance counselor or grade-level administrator with any questions or for clarity about your student's schedule.
Lastly, we expect these revisions to start being visible in Aspen later this week and will expect students and teachers to follow new schedules on Tuesday, October 11 when we will also hand out revised schedules to any impacted students.
Hispanic Heritage Month Challenge 2022
Share a post on social media, using the hashtags #HispanicHeritageMonth #MesDeLaHerenciaHispana #HHM2022 and tag SHMS on TIKTOK, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram (or any other similar app).
Not into social media? Feel free to e-mail your post to Señor Pizarro, email@example.com
In your post, you should be dancing to a song in Spanish for 10-20 seconds, here are two examples:
You can also post a text written in Spanish, briefly describing an important or fun fact about a Hispanic song you know and like.
You are highly encouraged to use Google Translate and make mistakes.
We look forward to seeing everyone's celebrations of Hispanic heritage and culture during Hispanic Heritage Month!
Hispanic Heritage Month @ SHMS
Happy Hispanic Heritage Month! Students at SHMS are learning about Hispanic and Latinx contributions to the world–including history, culture, science, technology, and more.
Here is a snapshot of what students are working on in their electives classes:
Art: Ms. Smullen’s classes have weekly art contests that focus on a Hispanic Heritage Month theme. Students are awarded the “People’s Choice Award” for the best sketches, based on votes from their peers.
Band: Mr. Simmons’ students are learning Latin and Afro-Cuban arrangements in preparation for upcoming performances.
Choir: Mrs. Pergerson’s students are learning about syncopated rhythms, as well as various genres of Latin music, including Latin Jazz, and artists such as Ricky Martin and Gloria Estefan.
SEM: Ms. Kensey’s students are creating projects that highlight the contributions of the Hispanic and Latinx community to society–from astronauts and activists to world leaders and athletes.
Spanish: Mr. Pizarro’s students are learning about various aspects of Hispanic culture and will visit a studio to learn salsa dance.
Reminder: Uniform Policy Updates
1. Crewneck / V-Neck sweaters and sweatshirts: Students may wear crewneck / V-neck sweaters or sweatshirts that are solid RED, BLACK, or WHITE. Sweaters and sweatshirts in those colors with a logo smaller than a dollar bill are also acceptable.
2. School gear: Students may wear sweaters, sweatshirts, t-shirts (long / short sleeved), and polos that display the school logo. The dollar-bill size logo is waived for clothing showing school / Cluster pride.
3. Not Allowed: There is no change to the policy on other colors, outerwear, or hoodies. Outerwear, hoodies, and shirts that are not red/black/white are NOT ALLOWED during the school day.
Reminder: Panther Pride School Store: Additional SHMS Clothing & Gear!
STUART-HOBSON MIDDLE SCHOOL SPIRITWEAR 2022
Find items that I've picked out specifically for our team. There is also spirit-wear available for your family and friends. Check out the shop details below.
Shop Opens:September 21
Shop Closes:October 03
Use this access code to shop our gear: Bsch4LHYwJ
Previous Announcements & Resources
**The information below is new or an updated version of something announced previously! **
Student Clubs & Extra-Curriculars
Craft and Chat Club Returns!
Join us to craft (or just doodle!), chat, and have community with each other! Crafts provided!
When: Wednesdays 3:30-4:30pm
Where: Office #117
Why: To have fun, relax, and craft!
Who: YOU! ALL students are welcome!
Questions? See Ms. Harrington (firstname.lastname@example.org, office #221)
After School Math Tutoring Starts Week of 9/12
We are excited to partner with George Washington University Math Matters again this year for Math tutoring! Based out of the Nashman Center at George Washington University, Math Matters collaborates with DCPS to provide high-impact math tutoring to middle school students in Washington, D.C. Our tutors include GW undergraduate and graduate students who receive training on being effective math mentors and tutors.
- Tutoring will occur two days a week in several sessions, we have the following available: Tuesday/Wednesday, Tuesday/Friday, Wednesday/Friday, or Thursday/Friday
- Tutoring groups meet twice a week for 45-minute sessions either during or after school.
- Tutoring curriculum is a skill based designed to elevate students’ mathematical understanding and skills to be successful in middle school and high school mathematics courses (not homework help)
- Tutoring is available on a first come, first serve basis until all sessions are full
If you are interested in signing up for math tutoring, feel free to reach out to your child's math teacher or Ms. Rosera at email@example.com.
Stuart Hobson Debate Team Tournament Schedule 2022-2023
Tournaments start at 8:30 am and end (roughly) by 5:30 pm
Breakfast and lunch are provided
Participants are responsible for transportation to and from host sites. Should a last-minute change in location occur, every effort will be made to spread the information.
Questions? Contact Mr. Plaisted, firstname.lastname@example.org
Policies & Daily Operations
Title I Scholar-Family-School Compact Feedback
As mentioned in Title I family meeting sessions, the draft of our annual Scholar-Family-School Compact is up for review. If you have any recommendations for revisions or additions to this document we encourage you to share them here. We will review any recommendations and publish a final version of these year's compact by the first parent-teacher conference event on October 6. Thanks in advance for your feedback!
Signs of Suicide (SOS)
Families of 8th grade students:
Stuart-Hobson MS is committed to supporting students’ social emotional needs. The mental health team is working to teach students about mental health and how to seek help if they are worried about themselves or a friend. We are using a program called SOS Signs of Suicide (family letter attached below). The program teaches students about this difficult topic and encourages them to seek help. Please see the attached letter for further information.
If you have any questions or concerns about your child’s participation in this program, please contact Jessica Schimmerling (School Counselor) at email@example.com or any one on our school mental health team.
Student Device Updates
Lost/Stolen DCPS Technology
If your student's DCPS laptop is lost or stolen, email Ms. Tomlinson at firstname.lastname@example.org immediately. Notification of lost or stolen technology must be provided to the school in writing. Phone calls or a conversation with a teacher or other staff member does not count as official notification of a lost or stolen item.
For stolen devices, you must file a police report and send a copy to email@example.com. After the police report is received, DCPS will activate location tracking on the stolen device.
For lost devices, there is a waiting period before the school issue a replacement. Starting from the date the school receives written notification that a device is missing, the waiting period is 10 business days for a replacement laptop and 5 business days for a replacement charger or keyboard. During the waiting period, the student must diligently search the school each day, including in classrooms and common spaces like the gym and cafeteria. Most missing laptops turn up after a proper search. If the missing items have not been located after the waiting period, the student's parent or guardian must out to Ms. Tomlinson to schedule an appointment to sign the paperwork for a replacement.
Most accidental damage is covered under warranty. If a student's laptop is damaged, they should see Ms. Tomlinson in the library during first period or after school.
Technology Support at School
Ms. Tomlinson is available for technology support during first period (9:00 am - 10:10 am) and after school from 3:30 - 3:45 pm. Students must obtain a pass from their teacher in order to visit the library for tech support.
Technology Support at Home
Students and parents may call the DCPS Help Desk at 202-442-5715 for assistance outside school hours.
Shape the Next DCPS Strategic Plan
Help shape the direction of our schools. Join a strategic planning listening session this fall. Students, staff, families, and community members are invited to reflect on our strengths and share where we must grow. Learn more here.
LEARN. REFLECT. SHARE.
Engage with other community voices to guide our vision as a school district of progress and equity. Listening sessions are open to DCPS families and District residents. Sign up today!
Student Testing & Schedule Changes
Most student schedule changes are complete and should be visible to students, teachers, and families in Aspen. Schedule updates for math acceleration, drama/theater participation, other elective preferences, and some IEP/ESL changes are complete. We are still gathering reading data from students and will make another small batch of changes as we identify students for reading support classes in the next week. We encourage families to check their student's schedule in Aspen to review any changes. Please find more information about Math acceleration below and please do not hesitate to reach out to a guidance counselor or grade-level administrator with any questions about your student's schedule.
At SHMS, we offer math acceleration opportunities to all students who are interested in challenging themselves academically and who wish to take Algebra 1 in middle school. While about 10% of 6th grade students test into Math 7 right away based on their diagnostic data, we also know that a single test data point does not define the success or academic trajectory of a student.
During the fall, the Math 6 teachers will work with individual students to get to know them as learners, strengthen their grade level skills and push them to achieve rigorous learning goals. Teachers will then make further recommendations about who may be a good candidate for math acceleration opportunities, and those students will be provided additional opportunities to learn the major Math 7 content in the Spring.
Both pathways, whether students start the year in Math 6 or Math 7, will result in a placement of Algebra 1 by 8th grade:
Pathway 1: Math 7, Math 8, Algebra 1
Pathway 2: Math 6 + Acceleration Opportunities, Math 8, Algebra 1
If you have any questions about how your child is progressing in math throughout the year or topics your child could work on at home, please reach out to your child's math teacher. We are so excited to help your child develop their skills in math this year!
Science - We have selected a candidate and are waiting for them to finish the onboarding process with DCPS. We expect this person to begin reporting in the next month.
Spanish - We have selected a candidate and expect them to begin reporting in the next 1.5-3 weeks after finishing the onboarding process.
CES (self-contained Special Education) - We have communicated directly with families in this class about plans to deliver instruction while working to fill a teacher vacancy.
6th & 8th grade Social Studies - We have communicated directly with families in some 6th and 8th grade classes about plans to continue delivering instruction while a teacher is on leave.
Vacancies & Hiring
Behavior Tech - We are seeking qualified candidates to serve as a Behavior Tech and work with our 6th grade team
Teacher, Special Education (CES) - We are seeking a special educator to work with students in our CES self-contained class for students with autism spectrum disorders
Social Studies / ELA / Intervention - We are seeking a teacher who is licensed in social studies, ELA, and/or reading intervention. This position would provide relief and flexibility in our master schedule.
Substitutes - We are seeking substitute teachers to report and cover teachers on leave and/or to assist with daily coverage needs.
Please connect any interested candidates directly with Principal Fraser (firstname.lastname@example.org) or an assistant principal.
Free Meals for Students at SHMS!
We are delighted to remind everyone that school meals are free for all students at SHMS again this year! School menus can be found here: dcps.dc.gov/menus.
If your student needs any dietary accommodations, please complete the Dietary Accommodation Forms. Any student that requires a different meal than what is being served (due to medical, food allergy, or philosophical reason) must complete the appropriate form and submit it to email@example.com or to the cafeteria lead. Please note that a new form is no longer required each year; only when the student requires a new accommodation or a change to their accommodation. Dietary accommodations from SY 19-20 and later will carry forward.
Adults, including teachers, school staff, and parents can purchase meals by creating an Adult Meal Account.
Follow us on social media to stay tuned with our latest events on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter using @DCPSEats.
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SY 2022-23 Uniform & Dress Code Policy
School uniforms are required while on school property, field trips (before or after school day hours), while attending After School All Stars and school-approved activities after 3:30 PM, unless athletic, dance or other specific apparel is required by the coach/leader.
o Long or short-sleeved solid red polo shirt/t-shirt. SHMS logo optional. Any non-SHMS logo on uniform shirts or sweatshirts must be the size of a $1 bill (1 dollar) or smaller
o Plain black cotton sweatshirts (front zip or pullover) and knit vests. No hoods.
o Khaki pants, skirts/shorts, worn at waist level.
o Comfortable closed-toed shoes or sneakers covering the entire foot. No sandals, slippers, or Crocs.
o Tops like crewneck t-shirts, sweaters, and sweatshirts (no hoods) that show school pride (e.g. SHMS or CHCS logos).
While students may wear some of the following to and from school, they are expected to avoid wearing all of the following during the school day, on trips, and in after-school activities:
• Hoods over student's heads while inside school,
• Outerwear like jackets, fleeces, parkas, windbreakers, etc.,
• Metal studs on headbands and other accessories
• Khaki-colored leggings/ tights (worn in place of Khaki pants).
• Small purses or fanny packs
An SHMS logo is NOT required for any uniform attire. School uniforms may be purchased via Lands End, Target, Old Navy and other retailers. More information regarding our school uniform policy will be shared via our school handbook.
Uniform Non-Compliance PolicyStudents should comply with the uniform policy daily. Uniform policy violations can be documented in Live School. Some uniform deficiencies can be remedied by the support team but the loss of instructional time should be avoided when supporting students in complying with the policy. If for some reason a student is out of compliance in your classroom you may reach out to a grade-level administrator or dean for support or remedy. Patterns of infractions should be handled like other Tier 1 and 2 infractions outlined above in the “Disciplinary Policy” section.
Student Schedules Live This Week!
Student schedules have been posted in Aspen and should be visible to anyone with an Aspen account. Students or families without an account should soon receive an invitation to set one up by email. We will provide students with copies of their schedule during the first week of school as well.
Aspen Family Portal
Aspen Family Portal accounts will be available the week of August 22nd. Returning families should be able to access their account using their username and password from last school year. New families will receive an email from Aspen Family Portal when their family portal account is available to use.
The Portal allows you to keep up with progress in school - including grades, assignments, attendance, and more. The goal of DCPS' new digital portal is to create an open line of communication between home and school.
To Access the Portal:
1. Visit https://aspen.dcps.dc.gov
2. Make sure pop-up blocking is disabled for your browser
3. Your user name will be provided via email
4. Your temporary password will be provided via email
NOTE: Both user name and password are case sensitive
5. Click Log On to access the system. You will be prompted to fill out some information to change your password so that in the future you can click "I forgot my password" to receive a new password.
How to Navigate the Portal:
This flyer gives you the Parent Portal basics:
We strongly recommend that families using iOS devices also download the "Grade Corner" app, which allows you to login to Aspen and monitor your student's grades and attendance in a streamlined app. The app was actually developed by an SHMS parent a few years ago.
Additionally, we will discuss student schedules during the family information sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday and hope you can join us for one of those virtual meetings!
IEPs, 504 Plans, and Language Acquisition
If your student is an English language learner (ELL), has an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or 504 plan, or you are interested in learning about these different supports, please know that our team is ready to connect with you to answer questions and connect you with supports.
Please see the points of contact for each type of inquiry below:
Tamara Lovelock (firstname.lastname@example.org): Special Education and IEPs
Molly Smith (email@example.com): 504 Plans
AP Rennie Taylor (firstname.lastname@example.org): English language learners, IEPs, or 504s
Back-To-School Vaccination Checklist
DC Public Schools works closely with DC Health to ensure the health and safety of our students, staff, and community. District law and regulations require all schools to ensure students are fully immunized to attend school, and we know that childhood immunizations are critical to keeping our community safe. Now is the time for families to schedule an annual wellness visit with your child’s doctor or attend a neighborhood or school-based vaccine clinic.
New for the 2022-2023 School Year, all students ages 12 and older are required to have the COVID-19 vaccine to attend school. If you need a COVID-19 vaccine or booster, visit your local COVID Center.
Where to Obtain a Vaccine
The best place for DC families to access childhood immunizations is at their primary medical provider. If a family does not have a health care provider for their child or has difficulty securing an appointment before the first day of school, they can select one from a list of pediatric locations, located in every ward. There are DCPS School Based Health Centers to consider on that list, and mobile units that will visit schools through August and September.
- DC Health – Religious Exemption Seeking Process
- OSSE – COVID-19 Compliance Steps
- OSSE – Best Practices for School Leaders
For more information on obtaining immunizations by the first day of school, visit dcpsreopenstrong.com/vaccines.
SY 2022-23 Kids Ride Free Program
The Kids Ride Free (KRF) program allows students to ride for free on Metrobus, Metrorail, and the DC Circulator while traveling within the District. The SY22-23 KRF cards will be delivered to schools starting 8/9 through 8/16 and will be activated as soon as they are assigned to a student. Please note that:
- SY22-23 KRF cards will be assigned to students without KRF cards first
- SY21-22 KRF cards will remain valid through September 30th
- Always tap the KRF card before rides
- Don’t leave home without the KRF card
- There is no fee for replacement cards
- For more information, visit KidsRideFree.dc.gov or call (202) 673-1740.
Please reach out to our Attendance Counselor, Ms. Clara Hargrove, with any questions or requests for support.
Revised: School Supply List
The following general school supply list will support your student in a successful start to the school year.
General School Supplies
- Headphones (microphone optional)
- Black or Blue Pens
- Pencils and Pencil Sharpener
- 2-4 Composition Books
- 2-4 Spiral Bound Notebooks
- Crayons, Color Markers, and Color Pencils
- Black Sharpie Marker
- Glue Sticks
- 3 ring binder(s) are recommended to help students organize for multiple classes
When planning to organize your student and their supplies, please remember that students will have 4 core classes (Math, Science, Social Studies, and ELA) and 2 electives (e.g. physical education, band, Spanish, etc.).
*Please contact school leadership or a member of the student support team for support with procuring school supplies*
Additional supplies may be required based on individual courses. These supply lists will be provided by teachers directly to their students/class.
Stay Connected At Stuart-Hobson!
There are many ways that you can stay connected with the PTA and other families at SHMS. Here are a few popular spaces in our community:
Families can sign up for individual campus listservs (Peabody, Watkins and/or Stuart-Hobson) through our school website. Our listservs are designed to be open forums for Cluster parents to connect with other Cluster families and stay updated on school-related issues.
CAPITOL HILL CLUSTER SCHOOL WEBSITE
The Cluster School website has general school information, school news including weekly newsletters and the school calendar with events for all three campuses.
Follow us on Instagram! Photos of our Cluster community including Peabody, Watkins and Stuart-Hobson events.
Follow us on Twitter! The best way to see frequent posts and reminders of upcoming school events at all three campuses.
FACEBOOK: Capitol Hill Cluster School
Follow us on Facebook! General information and photos of recent and upcoming school events.
LINKEDIN: Capitol Hill Cluster School Parents Group
Join us on Linkedin! Network with other Peabody, Watkins and Stuart-Hobson parents. Lend your professional expertise to help the Cluster!
Supports for Students & Families
LGBTQ+ Resources & Supports
Please feel free to reach out to Mr. Thrift to begin building a relationship with this support network in the mean time. He works out of room 111 and can be reached at email@example.com
Mental Health Supports
Molly Smith, Social Worker, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jessica Thompkins, Social Worker, email@example.com
Kimberly Harrington, DBH Social Worker, firstname.lastname@example.org
Montrice Williams, CIS Social Worker, email@example.com
Jessica Schimmerling, Guidance Counselor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tomicula Willams, Guidance Counselor, email@example.com
Kristin Dezen, firstname.lastname@example.org