Intervention and Prevention Services

About Us:

The Office of Intervention and Prevention Services is responsible for Nontraditional School Programs, Psychology Services, Social Work Services, and Student Safety and Wellness. The Office ensures that a continuum of services is available to every student to ensure an appropriate public education; it provides a network of support to staff, students, and families, which eliminates obstacles to service delivery, facilitates instruction, and enables students to succeed as individuals within the learning environment.

What we offer:

Featured Videos

Resiliency Interview

 

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Interview: Psychologist Ryan Dickerson and Social Worker Erica Bettwy on Resilience

Crisis Interview

 

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Interveiw with Kim Dockery and Mary Ann Panarelli: Talking About Crisis Resources

NSP

 

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Interview: Maryann Panarelli, Alternative Learning Programs

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Restorative Justice at Mt. View AHS

 

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Insight Interview: Dr. Dale and Kim Dockery discuss Restorative Justice and Resolving Conflicts

 

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Interview with Amy Parmentier and Myriam Golden about Social Workers in FCPS

MentorWorks Essay Winner

 

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Insight Video: MentorWorks Essay Winners

Kathy Sheffel, Homeless Resources

 

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Insight Interview: Kathi Sheffel, Homeless Program

 

 

FCPS Tip LIne

Quick Links:

Bullying Prevention

Community Response to Rise in Addiction to Opiates and Heroin

Homeless Resources

Fairfax County Youth Survey

Mentoring

Resiliency and Resources to Support Student Resiliency

Restorative Justice

Student Mediation Programs/Conferences

Student Rights and Responsibilities

Youth Depression and Positive Mental Health

Contact:

Dr. Mary Ann Panarelli
Director
571-423-4020
MMPanarelli@fcps.edu

Maryanne Panarelli

Webpage Curator

Keyanna Williams
kjwilliams@fcps.edu

 

Last Updated

May 16, 2016