Brook Van Fleet, Director of Special Education and Pupil Personnel Services

Tracey Boehm, CSE/CPSE Secretary
Lynette Terrell, Central Registrar

(518) 966-5070 x321
Fax: (518) 966-6033

School Psychologists

Psychological services are available for students experiencing learning or emotional difficulties, which interfere with their academic success. School psychologists help students succeed academically, socially, and emotionally. They collaborate with educators, parents, and other professionals to create safe, healthy, and supportive learning environments for all students that strengthen connections between home and school.

School psychologists work with students individually and in groups. They also assist educators and parents about effective teaching and learning strategies, techniques to manage behavior at home and in the classroom, working with students with disabilities or with special talents, addressing abuse of drugs and other substances, and preventing and managing crises.

Individuals, teachers, counselors or administrators may initiate referrals for student evaluation. Since long-term counseling is not the role of the school counselor, outside counseling referrals may be made.

You may contact these providers at your child's respective school.

School Psychologists

  • Rachel Finkle, ES ACCESS 
  • Amanda Agneta ES
  • Samantha Grove, MS/HS
  • Jennifer Perella, MS/HS
  • Dane Carpenter, MS/HS ACCESS 

Speech/Language Therapy

Speech and language therapy are provided to students with a communication disorder, such as stuttering, impaired articulation, language impairment or a voice impairment that adversely affects a student's educational performance.

You may contact these providers by calling the Office of Pupil Personnel Services.

Speech/Language Department

  • Stephanie Ackerman
  • Faith Smith
  • Christina Ortloff

Occupational and Physical Therapy

Greenville Central School District contracts with outside providers to deliver occupational therapy and physical therapy services to students with an education need in these areas. Occupational Therapy looks at a child's school performance as it relates to fine motor development. It also addresses visual-motor and visual perceptual development as it relates to classroom performance (including reading, looking at the chalkboard, scanning for information, handwriting, etc.) Task analysis or looking at how a child performs required skills within his/her daily routine may also be assessed.

Physical Therapy looks at a child's school performance as it relates to gross motor development. Skills may include walking, running, balance and their impact on a student's ability to perform tasks within his/her daily routine.

You may contact these providers by calling the Office of Pupil Personnel Services.

Occupational Therapists

  • Diana Swanson, OTR/L
  • Lorri Gardner, COTA

Physical Therapist and Assistant

  • Hyer Physical Therapy