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School Social Worker


Must be Wisconsin DPI certified as a School Social Worker, which requires a Master's Degree in Social Work from an accredited school of social work.

1.     Implement the district plan for social work services.
2.     Act as liaison with the Sheboygan County Department of Social Services in regard to Children's Protective Services.
3.     Upon request, assist in planning and implementation of educational programs for children with exceptional needs.
4.     Help develop alternative programs for students at risk for problems and truancy.
5.     Participate as a member of school building teams to meet the needs of the teachers and students who have challenges in the school.
6.     Developing staff in-service training programs.
7.     Make referrals to appropriate community resources.
8.     Work with families either individually or in groups to better meet the needs of their children.
9.     Communicate and consult with community agencies in shared cases.
10. Develop effective district/school staff in-service training programs upon request.
11. Support students and families access to Providing Access to Healing (PATH) within our schools.
12. Participate in special education assessment meetings as well as Individual Educational Meetings.
13. Interview families to assess problems affecting the child’s educational adjustment.
14. Assisting parents to access programs available to students with special needs.

1.    One hundred ninety-three (193) day contract.
2.    Salary to commensurate with experience.

Applications will be accepted only through the Wisconsin Education Career Access Network (WECAN). Go to: to create an account and to submit your application materials by 11:59 p.m. on April 16, 2020.

1.    The Sheboygan Area School District is located on the western shores of Lake Michigan approximately halfway between Milwaukee and Green Bay and has an excellent reputation as a community and as a leader in education. It has:

Two Senior High Schools (9-12)
NineCharter Schools (K-12)
Three Middle Schools (6-8)
Eleven Elementary Schools (K-5)
An Early Learning Center
An Administrative Building

2.    The Sheboygan Area School District has a projected enrollment of 10,200 students for 2020-2021. The District offers a full range of educational opportunities for children.
3.    The Sheboygan Area School District does not discriminate on the basis of age, handicap, marital or parental status, national origin, pregnancy, race, religion, sex or sexual orientation.