Mrs. Reimann is in her 5th year as a school social worker, and her 3rd year at Tech. She graduated from SCSU with her bachelors of Social Work in 2017. If you have any concerns about your student please feel free to reach out to me.
SCHOOL SOCIAL WORKERS are the link between Home, School, and the Community.
As members of the educational team, SCHOOL SOCIAL WORKERS promote and support students academic and social success by providing specialized services that may include: Assessment of student needs through observation, interviews and testing - Treatment of mental and emotional disorders - Individual and group therapeutic services - Crisis prevention and intervention - Working with students in both regular education and special education settings - Advocacy for students, parents, and the school district - Information and referral - Collaboration and consultation with community agencies, organizations, and other professionals.
SCHOOL SOCIAL WORKERS HELP STUDENTS TO:
- Increase academic success - Improve interpersonal relationships - Cope with difficult and crisis situations - Develop self-esteem and self-discipline - Learn problem-solving, conflict resolution and decision making skills - Remove barriers to academic success.
- Develop and implement plans to enhance students' school success - Providing ongoing emotional and behavioral support to students - Communicating information about how factors such as family, culture, socioeconomic status, physical and mental health can affect students' performance - coordinating community resources to meet students' needs - Identifying and eliminating barriers to educational success.
- Consult with mainstream and special education teachers to develop and implement pre-referral interventions - Design and implement behavior management plans - Provide social, emotional, and behavioral functional and adaptive assessments, - Educate parents and school personnel regarding the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA.)
- Are licensed mental health practitioners and professionals - Develop intervention strategies that prevent school violence - Coordinate service delivery for students through cooperative interagency activity - Mediate disputes between students.
Kristin Reimann, LSW
School Social Worker ~ Tech High School
Schedule: Tuesdays, Thursdays and AM on Fridays
Phone: (320) 370-8394
Fax: (320) 370-8646