Psychological Services
  • The Schuylkill Intermediate Unit school psychologist provides direct consultative and psychological/educational assessment services to school district students attending the Maple Avenue Campus. In addition to serving students from Kindergarten through grade twelve, staff members provide services for the Early Intervention program.

    In addition to providing direct consultative and psychological/educational assessment services to member school districts, the school psychologist and support staff coordinate evaluation and reevaluation activities, including psychiatric assessments. The psychologist also coordinates Multi-Disciplinary Team meetings when determining eligibility for special education and gifted support services. The psychological staff member collaborates with school social workers to provide crisis intervention services to regular and special education students in the county and technical assistance to the school districts.

    22-23 County Wide School Psychologist Meeting Dates: (Download a flyer here.)

    • September 14, 2022
    • November 9, 2022
    • January 11, 2023
    • April 19, 2023

    All meetings will begin at 10 AM. They will take place in the HUB located inside Schuylkill IU29 or via zoom.
    For more information, contact Debra Arnold, Director of Special Education, at arnod@iu29.org or 570-544-9131 X 1211.


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For more information, contact:

Debra Arnold
Director of Special Education

570-544-9131 Ext. 1211
arnod@iu29.org

Lisa Marsicano
Special Education Social Services Coordinator
570-544-9131 Ext. 6421
marsl@iu29.org

Cynthia M. Bonnani
Psychologist
570-544-9131 Ext. 1232
bonac@iu29.org