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    Parent/Student Check in

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  • Please call or text (425) 522- 3852 to leave a message for Mrs. Moody and Mrs. Goody during this time if needing support, have questions, or would like to share an update.

    Make sure to leave your name, students name and a phone number in the voicemail so we can call you back! 

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Mrs. Moody

Phone: (425) 366-3328

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

BS in Human Development and Psychology, Virginia Tech MA in Counselor Education, Virginia Tech

Mrs. Moody

Welcome to the Olivia Park's Elementary Support Specialist's Website. This year we have two Elementary Support Specialists to support students, staff and families at Olivia Park. 

Mrs. Moody began her support specialist work at Olivia Park at the start of the 2016-2017 school year. Her experience prior to joining Olivia Park included providing assessment and intervention work with children and families with mental health needs, behavior support and crisis intervention. 

Please take a moment to browse through the website. Information can be found regarding classroom social emotional lessons, small group topics, and resources for families.

I look forward to working with Olivia Park students and families this year!

Mrs. Goody

Phone: (425) 366-3329

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

BS: Human Development and Family Sciences, Oregon State University 2015 MA: Social Work, George Fox University 2017

Mrs. Goody

Mrs. Goody joined Mukilteo School District in 2018 following her employment as an ECEAP family support specialist. During her education, Mrs. Goody gained experience in youth mental health services, child protection, and adoption/foster services in her home state of Oregon. With her experience and education, Mrs. Goody aims to excel in providing meaningful services to students and families, with an emphasis on empowering, advocating, and recognizing student strengths and value.  

During the summers, Mrs. Goody enjoys holding the title of on-site Camp Director at a residential summer camp, where she works with children of all grades to build social skills and networks, learn about conflict resolution, and focus on having fun!

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    Safety is one of the school district’s top priorities. To help safeguard the school community, the district provides a tip-reporting service that allows students, staff, parents, and members of the community to submit safety concerns by telephone, text, email, or the Internet.

    Called SafeSchools Alert, the system can be used to report tips on bullying, harassment, drugs, or vandalism, or any other kind of safety issue. And, the tips can be submitted anonymously. (Those calling to report an emergency will be advised to call 9-1-1, instead.)

    A person with a concern can submit a tip in any of four ways:

    Every tip that is received will immediately be logged into the SafeSchools Alert system, which will automatically notify administrators so they can investigate and take appropriate action. Whether a tip is submitted anonymously or with a name, the person who made the tip also can check back later to see how the matter was handled.