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    Shana Creyssels, LMFT #97909, Educationally Related Special Education Mental Health Therapist

    -Social Emotional Groups

    -Short Term Individual Counseling

    -Educationally Related Mental Health Therapy

    shana.creyssels@sanjuan.edu 

     

    Steffanie Kramer, School Community Worker-Attendance Improvement Program 

    -My job as an Attendance School community worker is to ensure that students are getting to school daily and on time. I provided data and suggestions to school sites to help them decrease their Chronic Absenteeism rates. I work with families as a whole to come up with a plan of action when it comes to making school a priority in their child’s life. If you are struggling to get your student to school daily and on time please feel free to contact me. 

    steffanie.kramer@sanjuan.edu 




    Bonnie Marroquin, School Community Intervention Specialist

    Implement intervention programs, liaison between students, parents, school staff, administrators, and community agencies and businesses regarding information, activities, and services provided by school student assistance programs, develops and maintains an up-to-date community resource network.  

    bonnie.marroquin@sanjuan.edu 

     

     

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    Isobel Marcus (Ms. iso),  LCSW, Mental Health and Wellness Clinician

    Provides Therapy for students with MediCal

    imarcus@scoe.net 

    (916) 531-5199

     

     

    Coenita St. Mary, Parent/Family Support Ambassador, Parent/Family Support

    Ambassadors serve as a liaison for the district promoting the involvement of culturally diverse parents & family members to support their children academically and improve overall quality of education.

    Email: Coenita.stmary@sanjuan.edu 

     

    Heather Smith, School Community Worker, McKinney-Vento Program "Families in Transition"

    I work with students and families who lack a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence. My office is primarily based out of Encina but I also work with students and families across the west end of the district. I support with housing and counseling referrals and also assist students with food, clothing, school and hygiene supplies.

    (916) 701-9925 (Can Text)

    heather.smith@sanjuan.edu