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STUDENT SERVICES
 
 

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About Our Team
The Glenbard East High School Student Services team is made up of deans, guidance counselors, social workers, psychologists, nurses and the special education department chair.  This large group meets on a weekly basis and discusses students with severe emotional and academic needs, developing a plan of action for students to help address their needs in an effective manner.  Smaller intervention teams also meet on a weekly basis to discuss and plan interventions for students who struggle academically and behaviorally.  The goal of the Student Services team is to assist students and give them the proper resources and supports in order to be successful in school.  At Glenbard East, our team has created a safe and supportive school climate that provides schoolwide behavioral expectations, caring school climate programs, positive interventions and supports, psychological and counseling services and violence prevention programs.

Helpful Info
Examples of Ready, Respectful and Responsible behavioral expectations for Glenbard East students

Briefly outlines safety measures taken at East and provides tips for students

Provides a wide variety of information, including...
  • Introduction to East
  • General Information
  • Academic Information
  • Guidance Services
  • Student Records and Freedom of Information Act
  • Health Center
  • Glenbard East Library Media Center
  • School Safety
  • Parking and Driving
  • Discipline and Conduct
  • Attendance
  • Technology
  • Athletics
  • Clubs and Activities
  • Parent Organizations
Helpful phone numbers for a variety of services, including...
  • Hotlines (suicide, runaway, etc.)
  • Child Abuse/Neglect
  • Community Counseling Services
  • Police & Fire (non-emergency)
  • Food & Shelter
  • Financial Assistance
  • Health Services
  • HIV/STD (Sexually Transmitted Diseases)
  • Psychiatric Services & Crisis
  • Job Services/Legal Assistance
  • Poison Control
  • Substance Abuse
  • Pregnancy
  • Rape & Violence Prevention
  • Transportation
TIP LINE

Call (630) 424-6670

Students and parents have the opportunity to leave confidential tips regarding school safety, bullying or any other school-related issues by calling the tip line.  If they have any information that can help maintain a safe and positive climate for all students at Glenbard East, they are encouraged to do their part and submit a tip.


Counselor / Dean / Social Worker / Psychologist Assignments
CLICK HERE (pdf, 75 k)

Contact Staff

POSITION
LAST
FIRST
DIRECT
EXT
E-MAIL
     
Asst. Principal, Student Services
Anderson
Antoine
(630) 424-6603
x1203
Dean
Fumagalli
Michael
(630) 424-6735
x1220
Dean
Hulbert
Famous
(630) 424-6604
x1204
Dean
Jezioro
Michael
(630) 424-7162
x1221
Dean
Wood
Carla
(630) 424-7145
x1213
Interventionist
Proske
Mariana
(630) 424-7150
x1452
Interventionist
Tzouras
Stacie
(630) 424-6444
x1668
Psychologist
Heino
Linda
(630) 424-7164
x1264
Psychologist
Hankes
Kim
(630) 424-6798
x1698
Social Worker
Levin
Jacquelyn
(630) 424-7114
x1214
Social Worker
Metcalf
Marjorie
(630) 424-6703
x1403
Speech Pathologist
Maciejewski
Robyn
(630) 424-6699
x1127
     
Guidance Dept. Chair
Lepsi
Selina
(630) 424-7141
x1241
Counselor
Greener
James
(630) 424-7146
x1246
Counselor
Lilly
Scott
(630) 424-6745
x1245
Counselor
Mandley
Michelle
(630) 424-7151
x1251
Counselor
Schneider
Evelyn
(630) 424-6711
x1211
Counselor
Vega-Rodriguez
Norma
(630) 424-7144
x1244
Counselor
Winfrey
Sarah
(630) 424-7179
x1379
Counselor
Witte
Bryan
(630) 424-6743
x1243
Counselor
Zima
Karen
(630) 424-6461
x1261
     
Head Nurse
Kramer, R.N.
Nancy
(630) 424-6681
x1281
Nurse
Grabowski, R.N.
Laura
(630) 424-7181
x1481
     
Special Education Dept. Chair
Kline
Tracy
(630) 424-6634
x1234
 

Expectations for Appropriate Use of Tip Lines
  • The tip line is NOT an emergency line. If there is an emergency, the reporter should dial 911 or contact law enforcement immediately. The tip lines are not designed to provide an immediate response.

  • The tip line is designed to be used by students and parents if they feel there is a student safety issue about which they need to alert school personnel or law enforcement. This could include any issue(s) occurring in school or outside of school that may affect the safety of an individual or group of students.

  • The tip line does NOT in any way replace direct face to face reporting of information to school personnel. Students and/or parents are still encouraged to come and speak in person with a trusted adult (teacher, school administrator, police officer, etc.) for the purpose of discussing any issues of student safety, but if they do not feel comfortable doing this or are unable to do so, they should use a tip line.

  • Tips that are received will be forwarded to designated school administrators and school liaison officers. All tips that are received will be investigated in a timely manner. Please note that the tip line may not be monitored by school administration and/or school liaison officers after hours or over weekends, so please be mindful of the urgency of the information you are submitting. In addition, due to circumstances that may be beyond our control involving the nature of the Internet and communication technologies in general, we cannot guarantee 100% timely reception or delivery of the submitted information.

  • Tips are private, but they are not always anonymous. If at any time the school administration and/or the school liaison officer believe that there is a need to gather more information, they may contact the provider of a message. Sometimes more information will be necessary to follow up on a particular message to ensure the safety of all involved. Please provide as much information as possible when submitting tips.

  • Please be advised that false reporting of information as well as providing prejudicial or defamatory information are prohibited. Any individual who knowingly provides false, prejudicial or defamatory information will be reported to the appropriate authorities. Any misuse or abuse of this system is strictly prohibited. Making a false report to law enforcement is a serious offense and could be punishable by law.