Mr. Karl Streaker serves as the Director of Student Services.
The Student Services department includes School Counseling, Health Services, Pupil Personnel, School Psychology, Section 504, Homeless Services, and Home Instruction.
You may click on any of the items below to receive additional information:
- School Counselors - Role of the School Counselors, Professional Disclosure Statement, Confidentiality, Counselor Notekeeping Standards, Frequently Asked Questions, Staff Assignments, Counseling Intervention Services, Counseling Prevention Programs, Career Information, Applying to College, Scholarships, Crisis Intervention Specialists, Behavior Support Specialists
- Health Services - Role of the School Nurse, Immunizations including requirements, clinics and FAQs, Medications Policies and Procedures, Health Appraisals / Physicals, Hearing / Vision and Scoliosis Screenings, Communicable Disease, Dental including requirements, clinic, and fluoride, Chronic Health Conditions, School Health Council, and Confidentiality.
- Pupil Personnel - Role of the Pupil Personnel Worker, School Assignments, Out of District Request, Non-Resident, Kinship Care, Out of County Foster Care, School Attendance/Truancy, and Custody.
- School Psychology- Mission, Contacts, Core Services, and Resources.
Section 504 - Non-Discrimination protections for students with disabilities - Section 504 is an anti-discrimination law, providing students with disabilities an equal opportunity to participate in and benefit from their education; typically by providing accommodations and/or related services after eligibility determination by evaluation.
McKinney-Vento Homeless - CCPS works to minimize the barriers to education for homeless students, connect familites to community agencies, and provide support to minimize the disruption to receiving an education.
Home Instruction - Home schooling is instruction provided by a parent or legal guardian in lieu of enrolling the child in a public or private school. Maryland recognizes Home Instruction as satisfying the Maryland Compulsory School Attendance law (ages 5-18).