Counseling Department

Meet Your MES Social Worker Last Updated: 9/8/2020 6:47 PM

Deeanna WebbAt MVCSC, our goal is to engage, educate and empower our students. At MES, our students are introduced to monthly classroom lessons encouraging positive character traits such as Respect, Responsibility, Caring, Fairness, Citizenship, and Trustworthiness. As part of that curriculum, students are also introduced to the concept of service work. Our students have many opportunities to learn and grow in these areas.  The lessons that are taught in our building are reinforced as they enter each new grade level.

 

Mrs. Webb also works with students in groups and individually to address listening and social skills, classroom readiness, behavior, social anxiety, divorce, friendship issues and other areas of concern as needed. Working closely with parents, staff and classroom teachers, Mrs. Webb is able to focus on specific needs of MES students and work toward students that are healthy and happy socially, academically and emotionally.

 

Mrs. Webb has been a Social Worker for MES since 2016. Prior to that, she worked with the aged and disabled and in the field of mental health, addiction therapy and counseling. Mrs Webb lives with her husband and has three grown sons. Feel free to contact Mrs. Webb for any questions or concerns.

 

 

Deeanna Webb MSW,LCSW

School Social Worker

McCordsville Elementary

deeanna.webb@mvcsc.k12.in.us

(317) 336-7760 X7106

 

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Second Step Home Links

Parents, please partner with us as we focus on our social and emotional learning together.  Families may access Second Step activities to complete with their child/children here:


 

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All_G1_Home_Links (2).pdf

 

All_g2_Home_Links.pdf

 

All_G3_Home_Links (1).pdf

 

All_G4_Home_Links (1).pdf

 

All_G5_Home_Links (1).pdf


 

Helpful Links and Phone Numbers

24-Hour Crisis Hotlines

National Suicide Prevention Hotline

1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255)

suicidepreventionlifeline.org

 

Community Health Network

1-800-662-3445

or text HELPNOW to 20121

 

Valle Vista Health System

1-800-447-1348