Student Services

Communication Options for Families
Communication Options for Families at DC

Student services programs provide the bridge between learning and the mental, physical, emotional, and social health factors that determine educational achievement and life success. With specifically defined responsibilities, school psychologists, counselors, social workers, reading specialists, special education teachers and speech pathologists are employed to address these barriers to learning. The office is also responsible for attendance and truancy policy and practice, student records, district crisis response planning, student intervention management, and Section 504 Accommodation Plans.

Program Focus
Deer Creek Intermediate’s collaborative model of student services delivery provides established mechanisms in which counselors, psychologists, and social workers integrate services among each other and within the total school environment. Communication is formally established through staff meetings, and the provision of services is coordinated, comprehensive, and integrated (Student Service Team).  Teachers are active and equal members of problem-solving processes and share responsibility for students needing support services in order to succeed in school.  Within developmental guidance, a continuum of services that address prevention, intervention, and follow-up is consistently provided.
Student Services Staff:
  • Social Workers
  • Psychologists
  • Counselors
  • Speech Pathologist
  • Reading Specialist
  • Special Education Teachers
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St. Francis School District
4225 S. Lake Drive
St. Francis, WI 53235
Phone: 414-747-3900
Fax: 414-482-7198

St. Francis High School - 414-747-3600

Deer Creek Intermediate - 414-482-8400

Willow Glen Primary - 414-486-6300