School Social Work Information

School Social Work Information

School social workers are an integral link between school, home, and community in helping students achieve academic success and reducing barriers to learning.  Barriers may include, but are not limited to: mental health concerns, behavioral difficulties, crisis intervention, truancy, grief, basic family needs, alcohol, and other drug abuse, suicide and sudden death, child abuse and neglect, school safety, economic factors and social skills.  School social workers' work with staff in understanding a students cultural and familial factors and help meet the desired educational outcomes of diverse learners.  School social workers serve as liaisons to the home and community, and coordinate agency/school collaborations in areas such as mental health programs, and student re-entry into school after institutional experiences. 


Nicolet Parent Resource Guide

School Social Work Referral Form

Consent to Obtain and Release Information

Families In Transition Questionnaire


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If your family is experiencing economic hardship and this has had an affect on your living situation, you may be entitled to some educational support. 

Please contact me or complete the Families In Transition Questionnaire to further discuss your families situation and how the school can provide support. 

Maureen Newborn
(414) 351-8251
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