A School Social Worker is a master's level professional who holds a Service Certificate from the Professional Standards Commission and has attained a master's degree in a practice-oriented and research-based program approved by the Council of Social Work Education. The Gordon County Schools Social Work Program works to assist students, families, teachers, and administrators with a wide range of social, emotional, economic, and other problems that may affect the academic achievement, school attendance, or social adjustment of students. School Social Workers collaborate with the school, home, and community to expand resources to students in need. The school social worker works with the student services teams at each school, makes home visits, and is an active member on community agency boards.
Some of the most common issues a School Social Worker will assist with are as follows:
Crisis at a School
Those at risk of dropping-out
Child Abuse referrals
Mental Health referrals
Hello! My name is Georgette G. Hunt, and I am the School Social Worker and Homeless Liaison for Gordon County Schools. I started my career in Gordon County as a School Counselor at W.L. Swain Elementary School. I hold a bachelor's degree from the The University of Georgia in Educational Psychology, a Master's Degree from the University of West Georgia in School Home Services and School Counseling and a Specialist Degree in School Counseling. My favorite thing about my job is that everyday is a new adventure and I am able to work with individuals from all walks of life and strive to impact their lives in a positive way and remove barriers to education.
If I can be of any assistance to you please contact me at 706-879-5048 or email@example.com .