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Welcome to the Pupil Services Department

Pupil Personnel Staff

Life is an adventure; there are days when it is exciting and fun, but it can also be overwhelming and hard to understand. Sometimes there are situations in a child’s life that make it difficult to deal with the day to day expectations here at school: anger and frustration issues, changes or problems with the family system at home that affect school performance, learning difficulties, anxiety over schoolwork and testing, low self-esteem, peer conflicts, etc. 

Our goal is to provide a caring, supportive environment for your child to be successful academically, socially, and emotionally.

 The Pupil Personnel Team at Greene Central School includes school counselors and school psychologists.

What is the role of a school counselor?

The school years set the tone for developing the skills, knowledge, and attitudes necessary for our children to become healthy, productive adults. School counselors work with the goal of assisting in the development of all students. In order to meet student needs, counselors work as a team with educators, parents, and community members to create a caring atmosphere whereby children's needs are met through prevention, early identification, and intervention. At Greene, these serves include:

Individual counseling (CSE & non-CSE students)
Group Counseling
Character Education Development
Academic, Career, and Personal/Social Development of each student
Classroom Guidance Lessons
Student’s day-to-day feelings
Child Study Team Coordinator
Response To Intervention (RTI)
504 Coordinator
Child Abuse Prevention
Consultation with school staff, families, and outside agencies
Referrals to appropriate agencies

What is the role of a school psychologist?

The school psychologist uses knowledge of learning, behavior, and child development to support students and those working with students (school staff, families, counselors, medical providers, and outside service workers). The school psychologist’s primary focus is on improving the student’s educational experience through academic, social, and behavioral interventions. At Greene, these services include:

Student evaluations for learning concerns
Student evaluations for behavior and emotional concerns
Student observations
Behavior Intervention Plans
Consultation with school staff, families, and outside agencies
Referrals to appropriate agencies
Individual counseling
Group counseling
Crisis intervention
Child Study Team
Response to Intervention Team
Committee on Special Education

Comprehensive School Counseling Plan---Work in Progress: Please click here to access Greene's Comprehensive School Counseling Plan.  Please note that we are currently in the process of updating our plan.  

High School grades 9-12
Counselor - Matt Butler ext. 230
Counselor - Jessica St. Germain ext. 237
Psychologist - Brandy Stone ext. 362

Middle School grades 6-8 
Counselor - Emily Worsnopp ext. 243
Psychologist - Brandy Stone ext. 362

Intermediate School grades 3-5
Counselor - Charla Starliper
Psychologist - Alyssa Stolarcyk

Primary School grades K-2
Counselor - Karen Alunni
Psychologist - Alyssa Stolarcyk
Local Resources
Greene Community Clothing Bank
(Genesee Street above the Village Offices)
Tues/Thurs 10-noon, Saturday 9-noon

Greene Community Food Bank
(at Berean Bible Church, Corner of Route 12 and Route 2)
2nd and 4th Tuesdays and Thursdays  9:30-noon
3rd Saturdays 10-noon

First Call for Help—Chenango County
General information about local resources

Chenango County Mental Health

24 Hour Crisis Helpline (CPEP) 
40 South Canal Street | Greene, New York 13778 | Phone 607.656.4161 | Fax 607.656.9362
40 South Canal Street    |    Greene, New York 13778    |    Phone 607.656.4161    |    Fax 607.656.9362
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