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Support Services

Counseling Staff

Kara Ormsby- School Psychologist

Christina Kryzwicki - Social Worker K-5

Danielle Nardone - Social Worker K-5

Christine Oyola - Renaissance Program Social Worker

Support Services Staff

Nicole Williams- Speech/Language Pathologist

Lori Suzik - Physical Therapist

Tammy Page - Occupational Therapist

~A Message from the Counseling Department~

Our roles as school psychologist and social workers are to help children and youth succeed academically, socially, behaviorally, and emotionally. We work closely with parents, teachers and administration in order to create safe, healthy, and supportive learning environment at Center Road School. Our responsibilities include helping students develop the skills necessary for school success, such as organization, time management, study skills, and social skills. We also provide students with a safe place to share their feelings, fears and concerns that may affect them while they are at school. We work with teachers to identify strategies and resources to improve student behavior as well as academic performance.

~A Message from the Speech Language Pathologist~

As a speech-language pathologist (SLP) at Center Road School, I provide a wide range of services to our preschool through fifth grade students. I work with students to improve articulation and speech intelligibility, fluency, vocabulary, expressive/receptive language and social language skills. Services are delivered either individually or in small groups within the regular education classroom or the related services room. I work closely with parents, regular education and special education teachers. Together we develop and address goals that will be most beneficial for the success of our students.

~A Message from the OT/PT Department~

"School-based therapists focus on assisting students to acquire the functional abilities necessary to access educational materials and adapt to their educational environment. They may help students with daily activities related to educational participation, adapt the performance context, teach alternative methods, or facilitate the use of assistive devices. [Occupational Therapists and] Physical Therapists in schools work with other educational professionals, members of the community, and families to help all students engage in their educational activities. This collaboration is also the foundation for prompting the participation of students with disabilities in the general educational environment."

(excerpt from State of Connection Dept. of Education, Guidelines for Physical Therapy in Educational Settings, 1999.)