Pupil Services

Pupil Services staff are available to assist parents and staff in meeting the diverse needs of youth in the East Troy Community School District.  We offer the services of school psychologists, a social worker, school counselors, special education staff, and a school nurse to assist in consultation, referral, evaluation and educational programming. This page describes programs and resources available through the Pupil Services Department. 

For more information on these services, click here.

Pupil Services Director

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Katherine Lieske Harder
Director of Special Education & Pupil Services
Email
262-642-6720 x3223

Administrative Assistant

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Casey Heimos
Student Services/Specialized Transportation Administrative Asst
Email
262-642-6720

Counselors

Our School Counselors helps student focus on and provide prevention and intervention services to enhance academic, career and social/emotional development so they achieve success in school and are prepared to lead fulfilling lives as responsible members of society. 

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Dominique Boston
High School Counselor L-Z
Email
262-642-6760 x5228
Website
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Jeffrey Crandall
High School Counselor A-K
Email
262-642-6760 x5227
Website
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Christine Hamele
Prairie View & Leona Doubek Elementary School Counselor
Email
PV: 262-642-6720 x3227 LD: 262-642-6730 x2251
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Krista Iserloth
Middle School Counselor
Email
262-642-6740 x4245
Website

Nurse

The school nurse coordinates all the school district health services including supervising medication administration, emergency response services, routine vision, hearing and other health screenings, developing and implementing individualized health care plans for students with special health care needs. The school nurse's role is to assist in bridging any health barriers to learning.

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Schubert, Sandra
District Nurse
Email
262-642-6740 x4200

Psychologists

School Psychologists help children and youth succeed academically, socially, behaviorally. and emotionally. They collaborate with educators, parents, and other professionals to create safe, healthy and supportive learning environments that strengthen connections between home, school, and the community for all students. Click here for more information.

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Jennifer Galvin
Psychologist (4K-1)
Email
262-642-6720 x2250
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Tracy Ojeda
Psychologist (2-5)
Email
262-642-6720 x3272
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Kori Pehkonen
MS/HS Psychologist
Email

Social Worker

The District Social Worker is a vital link between the school, home and community providing assistance to students, families, and school staff to maximize student success and minimize barriers to learning. 

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Anne Jungwirth
Social Worker
Email
262-642-6760 x5242