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School Counseling and Career Services

Child Study Team

Crystal Riddick, Supervisor of Special Education (Gr. 9 - Age 21)
609.806.4284 x 3523

Ethan Moutner, Social Worker/Case Manager
609.806.4284 x3553

Maria (Loli) Yurecko , LDTC/Case Manage
609.806.4284 x3552

Jennifer Kuntz, School Psychologist/Case Manager
609.806.4284 x3551

Shaina Stevens, LDTC/Case Manager
609.806.4284 x3541

Stacey Palant, Speech-Language Specialist
609.806.4284 x3288

Cory Ward, Speech-Language Therapist
609.806.4284 x3288

Olive Giles, CST Secretary
609.806.4284 x3350

Kaylee Creegan, School Psychologist forThe  Bridges Program /Case Manager
609.806.4284 x3539

School Counseling Department Staff

Nipurna Shah, College Counselor
609.806.4282 x3533
Diana Lygas, Dean of Students
609.806.4280 x 3538
Michelle Simborski, Substance Assistance Counselor
609.806.4280 x 3279   
Andrea Dinan, IDEAS Center Director
609.806.4280 x3281

School Counselors 

Tom Filippone
609.806.4282 x3535
Corinne Santarpia
609.806.4282 x3540
Paul Song
609.806.4282 x 3537

Rebecca McEvoy
609.806.4282 x3534
Adam Rothschild
609.806.4282 x3532
Reyhan Garcia
    609.806.4282 x 3573
Meghan Brennan
609.806.4282 x3531



Counseling Menu

Working Papers

The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (NJDOL) has published a new online resource for young workers. Click here for additional information.  

Click here for working papers.  Please fill out Sections A-C in its entirety and return to John Torrey.

George Scott:  Parenting during Difficult Times

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Mental Health Support

Community Resource Guide

You can talk to trained counselors 24/7:

Call: 1-866-488-7386.

Text: START to 678678

Chat here (3pm-1am)

2NDFLOOR Youth Helpline

(24/7, TEXT or CALL): 888-222-2228

TransLifeline 877-565-8860 (10am-4am)

If you need crisis support, text NAMI to 741741

Trauma and Grief Resources

Anxiety Workbook English

Anxiety Workbook Spanish

COVID Helplines

PerformCare Tel: (877-652-7624)

PrerfromCare Promotional Video

The New Jersey Department of Children and Family's System of Care (CSOC) provides all children and adolescents – regardless of insurance status - with coordinated access to mental health supports, substance use treatment and services for intellectual and developmental disabilities.