What is the ESI Mental Health Team?
The Mental Health team at Eagle School is here to provide social-emotional support to your student and family. This support could be providing skills to your student, aiding your family with finding outside resources, and more!
Who is a part of the ESI Mental Health Team?
The Mental Health Team consists of your School Counselors, Social Workers, and Academic Coach.
Meet Your Mental Health Team
Contact the Mental Health Team!
To contact the Mental Health Team, please reach out to your student's school counselor via phone, email Class Dojo, or Schoology:
Victoria Lyons (4th & 5th Grade)
Stephanie Schminkey (3rd & 5th Grade)
Your school counselors are the individuals who work with students during their day-to-day activities. They also foster social-emotional learning by conducting guidance classes with their grade levels.
- Victoria Lyons (4th & 5th Grade)
- Stephanie Schminkey (3rd & 5th Grade)
- Miranda Ford: Attendance/Chronically Absent Students
Duties of a School Counselor:
Assist students during the school day who may be feeling intense emotions or who experience a hardship
Aide students in building healthy coping and social-emotional skills
Help ensure families have the resources needed to thrive
Assist students struggling with attendance
Conduct guidance lessons to foster social-emotional growth in all students.
Academic Coach (Kristine Hubbard)
Our Academic Coach aides teachers in the classroom with better ways to support their students in day-to-day activities and in crisis
Duties of the Academic Coach:
- Educating teachers on the best trauma-informed strategies to use in their classroom
- Connecting teachers to resources and extra professional development to further increase their skills
- Showing teachers different ways to motivate students
- Overseeing that all staff are receving the proper training and developing the correct skills to ensure the success of all students in and out of the classroom
Social workers are the link between school, family, and community, Your school social workers assist students and families who could benefit from more in-depth resources and therapy.
- Brittney Butler (Communities in Schools)
- Caroline Cardwell
- Amber Groves
Duties of a Social Worker:
- Link families and students to outside resources in the community
- Conduct student mental health groups to aid in social-emotional learning such as anger management, anxiety, coping skills, confidence, ADHD, and more
- Conduct individual therapy with students to strengthen healthy coping and self-regulation skills