Department of Student Support Services
Pupil Personnel Services

The Office of Pupil Personnel Services provides direct services and case management to students who are experiencing academic, behavioral, emotional, physical, and social difficulties, as well as their families. Pupil personnel workers act as the liaison between the home, school, other Student Support Services personnel, and the community to coordinate services to families to promote student success. Pupil personnel workers and residency assistants work together to resolve residency issues.

The Office of Pupil Personnel Services provides educational support to homeless students and their families ensuring that services are provided as outlined under the McKinney Homeless Education Act to ensure continuity in education.

All homeless students attending non-Title I schools are eligible for all services and programs available to students in Title I schools.

The Office of Pupil Personnel Services also provides the following services:

  • Support students and their families in need of services from community agencies
  • Support school personnel to promote academic success of students experiencing social, emotional, and behavioral problems
  • Address student attendance issues
  • Resolve residency issues
  • Collaborate with other members of the Department of Student Support Services to implement the goals of the Blueprint for Progress promoting school success for all students.
Sharon Ochs
Coordinator, Pupil Personnel Services
Phone: 443-809-0404
Fax: 410-296-3043
Mildred Hamann
Administrative Secretary, Pupil Personnel Services
David Greenberg
Residency Liaison, Pupil Personnel Services
Phone: 443-809-6403
Shelia Hand
Office Secretary, Pupil Personnel Services
Erika Hamlet
Homeless Liaison, Pupil Personnel Services
Phone: 443-809-6485
Vacant
Office Secretary, Pupil Personnel Services
 
Fax: 410-296-3147
 

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