The Student Personnel Services Department provides courteous and supportive assistance to students, parents,and school personnel that promotes student achievement and facilitates personal growth. Assistance is available in the areas of attendance, social work, health services, intervention services, Safe and Drug Free Schools and discipline. Student Services also serves as a liaison with all law enforcement agencies within Greenville County.
The goal of Attendance Services is to maintain first-rate attendance and raise the
academic performance of each student. The Attendance Services Staff work closely with students, parents, school personnel, and the community to remove barriers that affect student attendance in school.
The goal of Health Services is to enhance the educational process by promoting optimal levels of wellness and eliminating health related barriers to learning. School nurses accomplish these activities in partnership with students, parents, school staff and the Greenville Medical Community. Each district school is assigned a licensed nurse who is also Red Cross certified in First Aid and CPR.
Todd Mattos, Sammy Dixon, and Kevin Washington are the District’s Intervention Specialists. They work as a resource to parents and school personnel in addressing student issues. They provide a link between the schools, parents, and public service agencies with the goal of improving student achievement in school. For additional information contact Todd Mattos at 355-2078, Sammy Dixon at 355-2094 or Kevin Washington at 355-.2094.
Parent Resource Representative
Talmadge Gray is the Parent Resource Representative for Greenville County Schools. He works as a liaison between schools and parents. The Parent Resource Representative will answer parent questions, review concerns at the school level, and explain the application of individual school policies as well as school board policies. Mr. Gray can be reached at 355-3164, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Safe and Drug Free Schools
Greenville County Safe and Drug-Free Schools believes that the issue of school safety is a shared concern. Today, more than ever, it is essential that communities, businesses, parent, and students work together to develop a disciplined environment where learning can take place. Providing safe and drug-free schools is a cornerstone for achieving a world-class education. Safe and Drug Free Schools Website.
Social Work Services
Social work services are provided to assist students and families who
are experiencing problems that interfere with academic achievement.
Ken Arnold, Director of Attendance and Social Work - email@example.com
M. T. Anderson Support Center
100 Blassingame Road
Greenville, SC 29605