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Mrs. Ellyn Grey

My name is Ellyn Grey and this is my 21st year working as School Psychologist .  I currently serve two elementary schools:  Cleveland Elementary and West View Elementary.  I received a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from SUNY-Binghamton as well as a Master's Degree in Education from UNC-Chapel Hill.  

What do School Psychologists do?

We provide direct support and design interventions for students.  We consult with families and educators for better understanding of issues that impact students’ learning, behavior, well-being, and school engagement.  We have extensive training and experience with topics such as MTSS (Multi-Tiered System of Support), academic and behavioral interventions, counseling, mental health, social emotional skills, consultation, data collection and analysis, program evaluation, as well as special education and assessment.

Primary roles:

·    Improve academic achievement

o    Conduct psychological and academic assessments

o    Individualize instruction and interventions

o    Collect and interpret student and classroom data

·    Promote positive behavior and mental health

o    Promote social emotional learning  and problem solving

o    Assess student emotional and behavioral needs

·    Create safe and positive school climates

o    Identify at-risk students and help prevent bullying

·    Strengthen family-school partnerships

o    Assist in navigating special education processes

o    Connect families with community services

·    Improve school-wide assessment and accountability

o    Monitor individual student progress in academics and behavior

o    Collect and analyze data on risk and protective factors related to student outcomes

  • Schedule

    Mondays and Wednesdays: 

    Cleveland Elementary  

    919-550-2700 ext. 1812

     

    Tuesdays and Thursdays: 

    West View Elementary  

    919-661-6184 ext. 6411

     

    Fridays: 

    AG Glenn Building

    919-934-4361 ext. 4051

     

     

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