Home and School Visitors
David C. MarrellaLead Home and School VisitorCoverage Area: 10th and Green Elementary; 13th and Green Elementary; 12th and Marion Elementary; 13th and Union Elementary; Riverside Elementary; Glenside Elementary; Northwest Area Elementary; Lauer's Park Elementary; Northwest Middle School; and Northeast Middle Schoolmarrellad@readingsd.org484-769-0915Jose Borrars-OsorioCoverage area: Tyson-Schoener Elementary; Amanda Stout Elementary; 16th and Haak Elementary; Millmont Elementary; 10th and Penn Elementary; Southern Middle School; Southwest Middle School; and Learning Academy at Thomas Fordosorioj@readingsd.org484-769-0496Jacquline Guerrero
Coverage area: Reading Intermediate High Schoolguerrerj@readingsd.org484-769-0923
All of the Home and School Visitors are SAP trained, and they work with students, parents and staff to address truancy issues. The essential functions of our Home and School visitors include:
- Visit homes of students who are experiencing challenges in school, such as attendance, academics and discipline
- Work with parents to assist them in finding appropriate community agencies and resources, such as Job Corps., SAM and psychological services
- Attend assigned District Justic and Juvenile court proceedings
- Canvas assigned areas of the city
- Work with assigned alternative school programs and provide service to them
- Work with school nurses and school counselors to address attendance issues
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How do I know how many days of school my child has missed?
Each student's report card includes a list of excused, unlawful and tardy days. In addition, phone calls are made at 6 p.m. to inform parents if their child was absent from school that day. Parents could also receive phone calls from the Home and School Visitors or a Parent Outreach Assistant.