Genevieve Chenoweth | Lower School Learning Specialist
Our Learning Specialist serves as a resource to teachers and a liaison to a network of professionals outside of the school, including educational therapists, speech and language pathologists, and occupational therapists.
Annette Iversen | Lower School Psychologist and Consulting Clinical Psychologist
Our Lower School Psychologist and Consulting Clinical Psychologist provides counsel to all teachers and staff who work with children and the Head of the Lower School on a variety of issue related to child development, learning, and protocols. The psychologist interprets psycho-educational evaluations and assessments that are provided to the school by families, and provides advice and assistance to parents/guardians who seek guidance on child-rearing, child development, and issues that may be related to learning and social/emotional growth. The Lower School Psychologist also consults as a clinical psychologist on an as-needed basis for the Middle School and Upper School.
Carly Zarrow | Middle School Educational Support Specialist
Our Educational Support Specialist discusses ways that teachers and families can support students academically. The support specialist serves the learning needs and the emotional, social, and psychological needs of our six-eighth grade students. The support specialist provides support services to students with learning differences and their families. Counseling/psychological services may be provided through one-on-one sessions, group sessions, conflict resolution, and the creation of social/emotional educational plans.
Sonia Capretta | Upper School Educational Support Specialist
Our Educational Support Specialist discusses ways that teachers and families can support students academically. When students present with a documented learning profile, the support specialist facilitates appropriate accommodations in school and with the College Board.
Our Upper School Counselor is available for additional student and family support. When students face challenges at home or in school, they often need support to process their feelings and get through these difficult times. The school counselor provides listening skills and encouragement as students and families navigate through high school years. Counseling services may be provided through one-on-one sessions, family/group sessions, conflict resolution, and community education.