QCUSD Social Work

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Our school prevention coordinators/social workers play a critical role in our schools. They help parents, students, and school staff identify needs that interfere with learning and provide a variety of services to students to enhance their social-emotional well-being. The coordinators work with families to increase parental engagement by bridging school, home, and community so our students can be as successful as possible. In addition, our coordinators provide school-wide prevention and intervention services in order to help raise awareness and education to the school community about topics such as substance abuse, mental health, and various behavior issues that disrupt the learning environment.

Resources for Prevention and Intervention

Hello QCUSD Families!

Please review our site. You will find prevention/intervention resources to help your family during this time, such as the following presentation: 

If you have any questions about the resources you find here, please email the school prevention coordinator/social worker:

Or check us out on social media:

  • Twitter: @QCUSDsocialwork
  • Facebook: @QCUSDsocialwork

Presentations/Webinars

Be in the Know - The World of Vaping

This 60-minute presentation addresses the harms and consequences of vaping in youth. It educates youth and adults about the choices teens make today that will have a lasting impact on their health. The course focuses on the illegal substances being used in vapes as well as the health risks and legal ramifications. The webinar offers suggestions on how to have open discussions with teens about making positive life choices.

Contact Us

Dena Morgan
School Prevention Coordinator/Social Worker Eastmark High School, Queen Creek Junior High
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Ramona Sylvester
School Prevention Coordinator/Social Worker Queen Creek High School, Newell Barney Junior High
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