Psychological Services

Who are School Psychologists?

School psychologists are specifically trained in the psychology of learning and child development, as well as social-emotional and behavioral adjustment. They are often part of school-based intervention teams and IEP teams. They work closely with teachers, parents, and students to ensure the needs of each individual learner are met. School psychologists support students in a variety of ways, including assessing
intellectual, academic, and social-emotional strengths and weaknesses; consulting with parents and teachers regarding school-related problems; and assisting school personnel in developing classroom strategies and interventions to improve learning outcomes. The following websites provide additional information about school psychology:

National Association of School Psychologists 

Florida Association of School Psychologists



School Psychologist Assignments 2017 - 2018 School Year:

Audrey Lamoureux (lead): E.H. Miller School, Mellon Elementary

Kristen Kennedy: Melrose Elementary, QI Roberts, Children's Reading Center, Pre-K

Eileen Mateu: James A. Long Elementary, Kelley Smith Elementary

Marie Ortiz: Interlachen Elementary, Pre-K

Julie Sloan: Middleton-Burney Elementary, C.L. Overturf 6th Grade Center, Jenkins Middle

Lance Smith: Moseley Elementary, Palatka High, Charter/Private schools

Penney Surrency:  
Browning-Pearce Elementary, Miller Middle, Crescent City High

Christopher Wilson: Ochwilla Elementary, C.H. Price Middle, Interlachen High

To contact the School Psychologist who serves your child's school, please contact the school directly or the ESE Department at (386) 329-0528.