Mike Oz, Assistant Principal/Student Support Coordinator
Mr. Oz is the student support team lead working to design and implement structures that support the team mission. In this role, he will be working closely with the student support team and teachers to establish school/classroom norms and effectively build community in the classroom and beyond.
Katy Zaugg, Dean of Students
As Dean of Students, Ms. Zaugg oversees the student discipline of all students grades 6-12. She will be training and supporting teachers in the implementation of restorative practices in the classroom. In alignment with our mission, students should only be removed from the classroom if they pose a persistent distraction to the learning of other students or are determined to be a safety risk to themself or other students. Ms. Zaugg should be notified immediately upon any referral.
Arlyle Schultz, Head Counselor/Counselor Grades 7-10
Ms. Schultz ensures that our course offerings are preparing students for a multitude of college and career opportunities and monitors the placement of students in the appropriate classes. She is a resource for tiered intervention support with all students in grades 7-10 and can support teachers with parent communication and tier 1 behavioral interventions for students.
Wendy Snyder, College and Career Counselor/Counselor Grades 6, 11, and 12
As college/career counselor, Ms. Snyder monitors student progress and works closely in the college application process with students and families as they approach graduation. She is a resource for tiered intervention support with all students in grades 6, 11, and 12 and can support teachers with parent communication and tier 1 behavioral interventions for these students.
Maya Levine, Mental Health Coordinator
Maya and the MFTs provide individual and group counseling to students that are identified as needing specific mental health supports. Maya works closely with Katy on restorative practices and general student supports. Though much of Maya’s work exists within the realm of Special Education, there is a significant overlap with general ed students.