North High School

Resources for your Social-Emotional, Behavioral, & Mental Health Needs

Meet your Mental Health Team by clicking on their image below!

Meghan O'Connor, Ed.S, NCSP

School Psychologist


Student Last Names: A-DL

Tim Farrow, Ed.S, NCSP

School Psychologist 


Student Last Names: Dm-H

Amy Tedoff, LCSW 

School Social Worker


Student Last Names: I-Mi

Julia Bartolo, C.A.G.S, NCSP

School Psychologist


Student Last Names: Mo-R

Victoria Gorgemans, MSW

School Social Worker


Student Last Names: S-Z

Sarah Thomas,  MA, NCC, LPCC

School Health Professional 


Substance Use/Abuse Support

Sarah Bergman, LCSW

School Social Worker


504 Mental Health Provider

Victoria Mancinelli, MSW

School Social Worker


18-21 Program

Click here to watch North High School's Social-Emotional Symposium hosted on 1/29/21. The presentation reviews data on student mental health and outlines supports available at North!

FACE University

DPS' Family and Community Engagement (FACE) department is dedicated to supporting students and their families in accessing resources to navigate curriculum, community resources, remote learning and more. Click the image to the right to access FACE resources and supports.

Free Community Support for Parents & Caregivers!

The FACE Center at John H. Amesse Elementary School is offering a FREE Caregiver Support Group. The purpose of the group is to create a space for caregivers to support one another, increase their own stress resilience, and cope with the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The group will meet virtually every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month. The first group meeting is on 9/3/20 at 6:30 p.m.

To join the support group, please reach out to:

Maren Benevento, LCSW


The link above will take you to a resource from the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) with suggestions to help children understand and handle the changes currently happening in the United States and around the world.