SCASD Family Intervention Team
Formerly known as Social Work Team
This is a safe, caring and supportive place for every person.
Cindy Sergeon-Smith, MA - Home School Visitor - firstname.lastname@example.org
Morgan Bechdel, LSW - School Social Worker - email@example.com
240 Village Crest Drive
State College, PA 16801
The Family Intervention Team consists of our Home School Visitor and Licensed School Social Worker. These positions work closely with students and their families in developing and maintaining positive interpersonal relationships between members of the school district and outside agencies. In addition, they provide connections to community resources in supporting a family's basic needs. Their work is focused on ensuring an optimal schooling opportunity while balancing the personal development of the student.
The FIT Team developed a form to better help SCASD families and address the family needs, Social Work Family Needs Assessment.
Important Resource - 211 https://www.pa211.org/get-help/
This is a statewide collaborative for health and human service information for the state. Callers are redirected to the appropriate agency and the website helps find resources in your area.
Meet Our Team
Home and School Visitor -
Mrs. Cindy Sergeon-Smith joined the district in 2015 as the Home and School Visitor. Prior to coming to SCASD she spent 9 years providing direct in-home services to at-risk families and foster care students, as well as 9 years as an elementary school counselor.
Cindy obtained her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Glenville State College in WV and later went on to receive her Master’s Degree in School Counseling from Marshall University in WV.
Cindy is compassionate about helping others to achieve their personal and family goals. Beyond her professional experience, Cindy values spending time with her husband and 3 children and loves to visit the beautiful “wild and wonderful” WV hills.
Contact Mrs. Sergeon-Smith:
Office Number: 814-272-8224
School District Social Worker -
Morgan received a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and a minor in Criminal Justice at Lycoming College in 2017. In 2019, Morgan graduated from Shippensburg University with a Masters in Social Work and proceeded to get her Pennsylvania license in Social Work.
She is extremely passionate about helping others and enjoys seeing the progress a person can make with community support. Morgan finds school social work rewarding and believes it continues to open her heart and mind to how she can learn, improve and GROW as an individual.
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