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School Psychologist Awareness Week

School psychologists serve students in many ways, but are notably known for evaluating students for the purpose of identifying a student with an educational disability. They are a part of a team that determines whether a student is eligible for special education services. In addition to psychological testing, the psychologists assist teachers and principals in developing education plans for special education students as well as behavioral plans for any student in need. They also facilitate social groups known as Lunch Bunch which targets students with autism and other communication/social skills deficits. School psychologists work under the direction of the Director of Special Education, and they are assigned various special education initiatives that range from reading to mathematics to behavior to attendance/graduation, and everything in between. Their roles are varied and numerous, but it suffices to say they are a tremendous asset to Henderson County Schools.


Henderson County Schools Psychologists:

 Stacia Wolf serves EHS & HCHS

Kris Mayes serves BGT & SPT

Courtney Galyon serves SHS & CAS

Mary Katherine Ryle serves ABC & NMS

Doug Mings serves JEF & HCHS

Angie Cunningham serves TBJELC, NIA, & HNS

Lanie Rudisill serves Cairo & SMS

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