School Psychology

The School Psychologist provides services to help support the educational growth and psychological health of children in all of the Weyauwega-Fremont schools. The School Psychologist’s clients include students, teachers, parents, and school administrators. Services include:

  • Consultation: Collaborating with teachers, parents, and administrators in order to plan supports and solutions for students.
  • Evaluation: Assessing students’ progress with learning, behavior, and social-emotional growth. Interpreting data regarding children’s learning and behavior. Identifying and assessing barriers that interfere with students’ development.
  • Prevention: Helping staff and parents to develop educational interventions before problems become too difficult to manage.
  • Coordination: Coordinating school Evaluation Teams that assess children when they are thought to have possible educational disabilities.
  • Research and Planning: Evaluating the effectiveness of academic and behavior management programs. Identifying and promoting strategies to improve schools.
  • Promoting Evidence-Based Practice: Advocating for the use of effective educational and parenting practices that have been validated by high-quality research findings.

The School Psychologist is available to support students in all segments of the Weyauwega-Fremont Schools. Services are offered across the continuum of general education, Tier II and Tier III intervention programming, and special education programming.

Contact Information:

Lisa Sromek
Director of Pupil Services
Phone: (920) 867-8860

For more information about school psychology, education, and parenting topics, click into the following link from the National Association of School Psychologists: