School Social Worker
From Mrs. Stroman, School Social Worker
Thank you for visiting my page! My name is Mrs. Breanna Stroman, the school social worker. This will be my fourth year working as a licensed social worker. I graduated from South Haven High School, then obtained my Social Work degree from Bethel College. My husband is a teacher at South Haven, and we have a one year old daughter.
Please continue to check back on this page for parent and student resources. If you have any questions, please contact me at the school (620)-892-5215 EXT. 2105, or e-mail me by following the link to the right. I am available 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Monday-Friday.
Sumner County Workforce
123 N. Jefferson, Wellington, KS 67152
Cowley County Workforce
108 E. 12th Ave., Winfield, KS 67156
Sumner County Health Department
217 W. 8th St., Wellington, KS 67152
Cowley County Health Department
115 E. Radio Lane, Arkansas City, KS 67005
Local Food Banks
Five Loaves Food Ministry
(First United Methodist Church)
321 S. 1st St, Arkansas City, KS 67005
First United Methodist Church
1000 Millington, Winifield, KS 67156
'SYSTEM OF CARE - SCHOOL BASED SERVICES FROM SU CO MENTAL HEALTH
South Haven USD 509 is one of five schools in Sumner County that are expanding services for SED children through the Systems of Care grant. This grant, which was awarded in 2016, will enrich the services provided by Sumner Mental Health. An on-site therapist and case managers will be added to South Haven schools in an effort to provide a more supportive environment for the children we serve. Sumner Mental Health Center and USD 509 are excited to continue to collaborate to provide school-based mental health services. A brochure telling more about the services offered and eligibility of students can be found below.
EMAIL MRS. STROMAN
(620) 892-5215 ex: 2105
School Social Worker,
11 TIPS FOR GETTING INVOLVED IN YOUR CHILD'S EDUCATION
1. Take your child to school on the first day.
2. Let your child know school is important.
3. Read everything that is sent home from school. Show your child that you are well informed.
4. Get to know your child's teachers and school administrators by attending meetings and conferences.
5. Ask for copies of school policies. Ask questions if there is something you do not understand.
6. Volunteer to help out with school activities. Attend events, help with fundraisers, etc.
7. Visit your child's classroom when class is in sessions, not just at conferences. Set this up in advance with the school office.
8. Talk to other parents. If there is a parent organization, join it.
9. Encourage your child to read at home. Visit local libraries to pick books out together.
10. Invite step parents, grandparents, and other adults to get involved in your child's education.
11. Get involved in school funding, planning and improvement efforts.
(summarized version of U.S. Department of Education 100 Tips for Parents)