• CHILD STUDY TEAM

    Mrs. Toni Fuccello-Santo  - Social Worker 
    Email: tfuccello@hamilton.k12.nj.us  
    Phone: 609-631-4162 ext. 3554 

    A school social worker serves on the child study team as a case manager for students who have been identified as having a potential disability or who have been classified as eligible for special education and related services.  She ensures that the educational needs of her studetns are met per each student's Individual Education Plan (IEP).  the social worker completes Social Assessments on students that have been referred to the child study team.  She acts as a liaison between the school, home, and community agencies and refers to and coordinates services for families as needed.

     

    Mrs. Jonielle Slaughter - School Psychologist  
    Email:  jslaughter@hamilton.k12.nj.us
    Phone: 609-631-4162 ext. 3554              

    The nature of my professional experience is the delivery of appropriate school psychological services to students within the Hamilton Township School District (HTSD). I work closely with other members of the Child Study Team to determine eligibility for special education services. Other responsibilities consist of assessing psychological evaluations, creating and implementing individual and group interventions to maximize learning and adjustment, develop Individual Educational Plans (IEPs) and case manage children who are classified with special needs. In addition, I serve as a consultant to parents and teachers and respond to crisis situations within the school setting. 

     

    Ms. Erin Tibbetts - Learning Consultant
    Email: etibbetts@hamilton.k12.nj.us   
    Phone: 609-631-4162 ext. 3554

    I serve Reynolds Middle School as a member of the Child Study Team, in the role of a Learning Disabilities Teacher/Consultant. My job includes giving educational assessments, analyzing and classification of students' learning differences, implementing special education law, consultation, communicating and collaborating with teachers, administration, and parents, and advocating on behalf of the students with special needs.