School Social Work Services

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  • School social workers serve as the link between students, families and the school. They work with parents, guardians, teachers, and other school officials to eliminate barriers children may have to learning and attempt to ensure that students reach their academic and personal potential. They also assist students in dealing with stress or emotional problems. School social workers address problems such as misbehavior, truancy, and economic hardship and advise teachers on how to cope with difficult students while providing parents with resources.

     For more information or questions about how we can help, feel free to call or e-mail one of our school social workers listed below.

    Kate Obermeier (314) 213-0714 or

    Debbie Bodden (314) 541-0810  or

    Lynda Wolpert (314) 210-3792 or