By working with parents and faculty, the school psychologist guides caregivers regarding learning-related matters. The primary role of our school psychologist is to support students who may not be performing to grade-level expectations and/or are experiencing learning difficulties. This support can include any of the following: academic screening, observation of the student in different learning environments, meetings with parents and teachers regarding recommendations to help the student, consultation regarding strategies and modifications, discussion of student work and referrals for external diagnostics and services.