Social Work Services

Social Workers are licensed mental health professionals who provide services that promote social, emotional and behavioral well-being. Rogers Public Schools has 8 Masters’ Level Social Workers who are licensed by the state of Arkansas. The Rogers Schools Social Workers are members of a multi-disciplinary team working closely with school administration, counselors, and teachers.


Rogers Public Schools Social Workers are dedicated to the district’s educational mission by providing services that build and strengthen home, school and community partnerships and support students and their families to ensure that all belong, all learn and all succeed.


School Social Worker Role

  • Social Histories
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Family Interventions
  • Individual Interventions
  • Mediation
  • Small Group
  • Advocacy
  • Multidisciplinary Teams
  • Case Management


  • Outside Agency Liaison
  • Collaboration
  • Parent Education
  • Consultation
  • Prevention
  • Coordination
  • Referrals
  • Facilitation
  • Support Student Learning
  • Home/School/Community Liaison



Direct Services

Indirect Services

Direct Services: Intervention to address the immediate concerns of at-risk students.

Purpose Prevention, Intervention, Crisis Response

  • Coping with Stress
  • Family Issues
  • Families in Transition (Homeless)
  • Grief/Loss Issues
  • Home Visits
  • Medical Issues
  • Mental Health Issues
  • Parent Education
  • Physical/Educational Neglect
  • Physical/Sexual/Emotional Abuse
  • Pregnancy
  • Psychiatric Issues
  • Social Skills
  • School-Related Concerns
    • Absences and truancy
    • Filing Family in Need of Services (FINS)
    • Academic Achievement
    • Bullying
    • Dropout Prevention
    • Harassment
    • Misbehavior
    • School Avoidance
    • Special Education
    • Tardiness
    • Underachievement
  • Sexuality Issues
  • Substance Abuse
  • Liaison to Juvenile Court
  • ALE Referrals
  • Referral to Community and School Resources
    • Shelter
    • Medical Assistance
    • Food
    • Utilities
    • Clothing
    • Mental Health Assistance

Indirect Services: Work with school, community and agency personnel to address at-risk student concerns.

Purpose Prevention, Intervention, Community/Agency response

  • Community Collaboration
  • Community Outreach
  • Interdisciplinary Team Problem Solving
  • Intervention Plan Development
  • School Improvement Planning
  • School Social Worker’s Professional Development
  • Staff Development for Educators
  • Teacher/Administrator Consultation
  • Staff Support






Sharon Langston
Director of Counseling/Social Work and Student Services
Administration Building

Stephanie Cochran, MSW, LCSW
Darr Elem. (M Morning) Bellview Elem. (M Afternoon)
Tucker Elem. (W,Th) Elmwood Middle (Tu,F)

Kacee Crigler, MSW, LMSW
Old Wire Elem. (M,Tu) Kirksey Middle (W,Th) Lowell Elem. (F)

Kayse Krouse, MSW, LMSW
Heritage High (M,Tu,W) Lingle Middle (Th,F)

Jill McGaughey, MSW, LMSW
Oakdale Middle (M,Tu) Rogers High (W,Th,F)

Susan McGaughey, MSW, LCSW
Grace Hill Elem. (M, Tu Morning) Mathias Elem. (Tu Afternoon,W)
Garfield Elem. (Th Morning) New Tech (Th Afternoon)

Betty Parker, MSW, LCSW
Crossroads (M,Tu,W,Th,F)

Ana Herrera, MSW, LCSW
Jones Elem. (M,Th Morning) Northside Elem. (Tu)
Eastside Elem. (W) Tillery Elem. (Th Afternoon,F)

Kerri Vollmer, MSW, LCSW
Westside Elem. (M,W Morning,Th) Reagan Elem. (Tu)
Bonnie Grimes Elem. (W Afternoon,F)