Social Work

  • School Social Workers work with students and their families to identify barriers to learning and success across all settings by working to enhance the psychosocial and emotional well-being of all students. School Social Workers provide direct services to students in school, as well as support to parents/caregivers and consultation to other school staff and personnel when a student is experiencing difficulties at school or home, which may be detrimental to the student's success at school (academically, socially or behaviorally). These services include but are not limited to the following: group social skills training, individual counseling, crisis management, family support, assisting parents/caregivers with identifying and securing outside resources (behavioral health, housing, medical assistance, food, domestic violence, drug, and alcohol, etc.)


    Name  Schools Email Address

    Megan Hough, LSW

     Eleanor Roosevelt Elementary, Charles Boehm Middle School (6th grade), Willam Penn Middle School

    Tahira Jackson, LSW

    Afton Elementary, Oxford Valley Elementary, Penn Valley Elementary, Walt Disney Elementary

    Tammy Kehan Leimer, LSW

    Edgewood Elementary, Fallsington Elementary, Makefield Elementary, Manor Elementary

    Noelle Murphy, LSW

    Quarry Hill Elementary, Charles Boehm Middle School (7th & 8th grade), Pennwood Middle School

    Stephanie Piech, LSW

    Pennsbury High School Campus (9th & 12th Grade), M.O.S.T., Academy

    Catherine Snyder, LSW

    Pennsbury High School Campus (10th & 11th grade), Life Skills & Intensive Learning Support