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Student services and support programs

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​​​​​​​GP's In Schools
​We are welcoming Dr Halimah Perez-Torres, a General Practitioner to Everton Park State High School every Wednesday commencing on 25th May 2022. 

This is a no cost service to students and their families as appointments will be bulk-billed through M​edicare.

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Chaplaincy 
Chaplaincy is a relationship-based service offering support to the entire school community, including students, families and staff. Chaplaincy is part of the school’s Student Support Services network. 

Chaplaincy provides assistance to students for a diverse range of issues such as grief and loss, conflict, friendships and relationships. Chaplaincy primarily aims to provide  positive hope-based support
in-school.  

  • Dave McCafferty  is available on Tuesdays, Wednesday and Thursday and fortnightly on Fridays; 
  • Anna Oettinger is available on Tuesdays. 
Students and parents can book appointments through the school office. 



Guidance Officer
Guidance Officers (GO) are employed by the Department of Education to support staff, students and students’ families through offering a range of services including:
  • ​individual counselling
  • career guidance
  • alternate pathway referrals
  • welfare support  
  • external agency referrals 
​Guidance Officers are registered teachers or psychologists with appropriate post-graduate qualifications. 

Prina Scot is available Monday to Friday. 
Students and parents can book appointments through the school office.
 
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Prina Scot is available Monday to Friday. 
Students and parents can book appointments through the school office.

 Youth Support Worker

The Youth Support Worker (YSW) is responsible for identifying barriers to young people achieving outcomes and referring​ to appropriate support services as needed. 

The YSW provides support to students at risk of disengaging from education through home visits, in-school support, and establishing positive connections between staff, families, students, and the wider community. 

Ruben Maverick  is available on Monday to Thursday. 
Students  and parents can book appointments through the school office. 




Defence School Mentor


Defence School Mentors (DSM) provide assistance and support to Defence children and their families to ease the impact of mobility and service-related parental absence.  

The DSM supports  ongoing awareness  within the school community of the needs of Defence families  and works to develop programs, distribute information, and refer to relevant support agencies. 

Abby Rana KC is available on Monday and Tuesday
Students  and parents can book appointments through the school office



Indigenous Education Worker

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Indigenous Education Workers are employed to help and support Indigenous students in all aspects of their schooling. 

Their involvement consists of: 
  • ​advocacy for Indigenous students
  • positive promotion of Indigenous culture
  • provision of opportunities for Indigenous students in the school, community and work place
  • supporting students to achieve a successful educational experience
Robyn Lea is available Monday to Friday.
Students and parents can book appointments through the school office



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Last reviewed 18 May 2022
Last updated 18 May 2022