MCKINNEY-VENTO REGION 8 TEAM MEMBERS
We are here to serve all school districts in the Cape May, Cumberland and Salem County regions as well as families who are in a period of transition due to losing permanent housing. If you have students who are attending schools in these counties and you need help with your child's academic, social and emotional wellness as you work through your situation, we are here to help. Statistics show that children who are going through challenges due to a "lack of fixed or permanent housing" will feel additional stressors and anxiety as well as develop habits that are not conducive to performing successfully in school. We want to be able to offer assistance to these children to help them overcome these barriers to success and let them know that their situation is only temporary. Please take the time to fill out the Request Form and we will contact you immediately.
We are taking sign ups for any McKinney-Vento eligible students in Salem County to attend the Summer Learning Academy in the Woodstown-Pilesgrove Regional School District for summer 2019! Please click on this link which will explain the program in details. You can have your MV eligible families sign up on the Google Form provided here:
WPRSD Summer Learning Academy PERMISSION FORM
The WPRSD Summer Learning Academy is scheduled to begin on Monday July 1, 2019 and run through Thursday, August 1, 2019, Monday – Thursday each week at the Mary Shoemaker Elementary School with the exception of Thursday, July 4, 2019. Bus transportation is provided to and from the program as requested.
Elementary Students: 8:30am-11:30am
Middle School Students: 8:30am-11:30am
FILL OUT FORM
We are taking sign ups for any McKinney-Vento eligible students in Cumberland County to attend the Summer Learning Academy in the Upper Deerfield School District for Summer 2019! Please click on this link which will explain the program in details. You can have your MV eligible families sign up on the Google Form provided here:
Deerfield Township Summer Learning Academy PERMISSION FORM
The Deerfield Township Summer Learning Academy is scheduled to begin on Monday July 1, 2019 and run through Friday, July 19, 2019, Monday – Friday each week at the Deerfield Township Elementary School with the exception of Thursday, July 4, 2019. Bus transportation is provided to and from the program as requested.
PK-8 Students: 8:30am-12:30pm
FILL OUT FORM
Family Movie Night will be held on June 28th. Please see the flyer below.
Come join the McKinney-Vento Program counselors and the outstanding support team at the Holly City Family Success Center for a night of making memories with the family as we support a special dinner for our families, games, activities, prizes and a message for our participants that tie in to the themes of the film. We will believe in establishing connections with our families who may need extra layers of support and this is a great way to encourage them to come out to meet us. Please encourage your MV eligible families to attend and join us if you can!
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Christopher M. Snyder is a school administrator in the Woodstown-Pilesgrove Regional School District. He has served as a principal, assistant principal and instructional facilitator in the district for the past 14 years. He is a graduate of Rowan University with a Bachelor of Arts in History and holds a Masters Degree in School Leadership from Wilmington University. In 2018, he was tapped to manage the Region 8 area and subsequent McKinney-Vento Supplemental Grant.
Christopher M. Snyder, 140 East Ave., Woodstown, NJ 08098. Phone: (856) 769-0144 x 55560 Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgLynn Miller is a Secretary and the Student Activities Bookkeeper in the Woodstown-Pilesgrove Regional School District. She has served as a School Secretary for over 19 years. She is also currently pleased to be the Administrative Assistant for the McKinney-Vento Supplemental Grant. Lynn Miller, 140 East Ave., Woodstown, NJ 08098. Phone: (856) 769-0144 x 66149 Email: miller. email@example.comIna Jetter serves as a McKinney-Vento Region 8 Counselor for Salem County. She can provide assistance to your district or individual chldren experiencing trauma, anxiety, depresssion or depression due to circumstances surrounding homelessness. Ina earned a Master of Human Services from Lincoln University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of New Jersey. Ina has worked extensively in the mental health field with children youth and their families. Ina began her work in the helping profession as an Intake Worker with Delaware Guidance Services for Children and Youth. She was given an opportunity to train as a Family worker, and continued employment with DGS for 13 years. In 1988, Ina began working in the Emergency Services Department at Salem County Counseling Services (now known as Healthcare Commons). From 1993 to 2004, Ina was the Director of the Children and Family Services Unit, Children’s Partial Care and Youth Case Management at Healthcare Commons. In 2005, Ina became the Program Director of the School Based Youth Services Program (Youth Connection) at Salem High School. Ina has provided Parent Education via the Family Court of Salem County to parents who were going through divorce or separation. Ina Jetter, firstname.lastname@example.org or contact our office at (856) 769-0144 x 66149 to arrange for a conference or meeting.
Kelly Sturdivant serves as a McKinney-Vento Region 8 Counselor for Cumberland County. She can provide assistance to your district or individual chldren experiencing trauma, anxiety, depresssion or depression due to circumstances surrounding homelessness. Kelly has been working with families and children in the public education system for the past twenty years and will look to continue to offer guidance to children in need. As a counselor, she will consult, collaborate and work as a team with the families, agencies and community resources to help children and their families while they are in transition. She will also foster the well being of the families she works with by helping them grow in their personal, social and academic lives. Her goal is to continue to eliminate barriers for students and families and help them be successful. She can be reached by email at email@example.com, 856-362-3633 or call (856)769-0144 x 66149.
Roxanne Boleslawski serves as a McKinney-Vento Region 8 Counselor for Cape May County. She can provide assistance to your district or individual chldren experiencing trauma, anxiety, depresssion due to circumstances surrounding homelessness. Roxanne has a Bachelor’s degree in English and a Master’s degree in counseling. She has experience in middle and high school settings. During her time as a counselor she has specialized in relational aggression, anti-bullying, student transition periods, and career and college readiness. You can reach Roxanne at firstname.lastname@example.org or (856) 769-0144 x 66149.