Mora Elementary School Social Workers

Welcome to the Mora Elementary School Social Work page!

On this main page you can "meet" your social workers and find important information about community resources at the bottom. Thanks for visiting!

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Meet Your Social Workers!

Email: srossow@moraschools.org

Phone: 320-679-6227

School Cell: 320-515-2074

  • Works with students and families in grades Pre-School through 2nd Grade.

  • Has three daughters and one step-son

  • Has a big fat Basset Hound (Bella) and a cute little Schnauzer (Hazel)

  • Loves to read, listen to music, spend time with family and friends, and cook :)

Email: skuhnke@moraschools.org

Phone: 320-679-6200

School Cell: 612-567-8078

  • Works with students and families in grades 3-6

  • Has four daughters including one set of twins!

  • Has a Black Lab mix (Lucy) and seems to be temporary housing for many stray animals.

  • Loves spending time outside, reading, and being with family.

Community Resources:

Mental Health Resources:

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, call 911.

Crisis Text Line - this serves anyone, in any type of crisis, providing access to free, 24/7 support and information via text messages. You can access this by texting HOME to 741741.

You can also access crisis services by calling the Crisis & Referral Line at (800) 523-3333.

Kanabec County Mental Health resources


Winter Gear Application

Complete this application to sign up for free winter gear for your students.

Jacket Request Form-Updated (1).pdf

Food Shelves

Mora Food Pantry

214 NW Railroad Avenue

Mora, MN 55051

Hours: Tuesdays & Fridays, 9:30-Noon

Ogilvie Food Shelf

Ogilvie Food Shelf

225 George Street

Ogilvie, MN 56358

Hours: 2nd and 4th Saturdays, 8-10:30 a.m.

Useful Links

Kanabec County Family Services

Kanabec County Public Health

Lakes and Pines Community Action Council

Applying for Unemployment in Minnesota

Kanabec County Housing Resources




School Food Programs

Flex and Hybrid Learning Breakfast & Lunch Plan

Meals are available free of charge to all children under the age of 18!

For more information about our food program, please contact Cally Hanson or call 320-679-6200.

Sheridan Story Weekend Backpack Program

This program provides a weekly backpack of food to each student enrolled in the program. During distance learning, boxes of food will be available for pick up or delivery approximately every four weeks. Please contact your school social worker or counselor to sign up.

If you want to make a financial contribution to support this program, please donate directly to The Sheridan Story.