Pitt County Schools currently employs 18 School Psychologists. Our School Psychologists partner with families, teachers and administrators to help our students succeed not just in academics, but in the emotional and behavioral components of their lives.
Your child's classroom teacher is always available if you have concerns regarding academic or social/emotional functioning in the school setting. Please contact your child's school counselor in the event that someone from the psychological services department is needed to address your specific concerns.
Data Collection and Analysis
School-wide practices to promote learning
Resilience and risk factors
Mental health interventions
Prevention and intervention services
Crisis preparedness, response and recovery
Diversity in development and learning
Research and program evaluation
Professional ethics, school law and systems
Special education services
MTSS roll out
SLD roll out/implementation