Wolf Meadow Elementary School Student Services

Student Services

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    Welcome to Wolf Meadow Student Services webpage!  Our team, also known as Specialized Instructional Support Personnel (SISP), works with school staff, families, and community partners to ensure student success. Direct services provided by our professional team include the following; prevention, intervention, transition, follow-up services for students and families, and more. Our SISP team is consists of the school social worker, Samantha Clark, the school psychologist, Danielle de Los Reyes, and the school counselors, Shannon Coleman and Adrianne Noonoo, and MTSS Coordinator, Whitley Dozier. 


    If you are experiencing any of the following:

    Immediate Emergency: Dial 911

    Behavioral Health Crisis: Call Mobile Crisis 866-275-9552

    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255

    Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741 to connect to a crisis counselor




    • We are uniquely trained in child development, learning strategies, self-management, and social skills.
    • We provide education, prevention, and intervention integrated into all aspects of children's lives.
    • We are an integral component of the school's academic mission.
    • We recognize and respond to student mental health needs and assist students and families in seeking resources.
    • Driven by student data and based on standards in cognitive, career, and social-emotional development.

    Direct Services:

    • Individual and Group Counseling within a Trauma-Informed Practice
    • Integration of the Guidance Standard Course of Study in the school setting
    • Individual student planning and goal setting
    • Advocate for student well-being
    • Responsive services
    • Mediate conflict

    Indirect Services:

    • Consultation and collaboration with parents, teachers, the school community and community agencies and resources
      Referrals for assistance

    To learn more about CCS School Counseling program, please visit the CCS School Counseling website


    Our School Social Work:

    • Is a specialized area of professional practice in the broad field of social work
    • Provides the vital link between the home, school, and community
    • Helps students increase academic success, cope with crisis situations and improve attendance
    • Emphasizes early intervention and positive behavioral interventions

    School Social Workers:

    • Are trained and qualified to analyze barriers to learning and achievement
    • Promote the academic mission of schools by fostering educational environments that are safe and have supportive, fair, and responsive policies

    To learn more about the social worker program, please visit the CCS School Social Work website

Last Modified on July 12, 2021