The Department of Special Services and Child Study Team
You can reach the Department of Special Services through the Main Line 973 835-7100,then press #3 and then use the extension of the CST staff member whom you wish to speak to.Thank you
Jen Zeoli, Director of Special Services973 835-7100, #3 for Special Services, (x1 or x1540)Jen.Zeoli@plps.org
Nancy Finelli, Supervisor of Autism Programs973 835-7100, #3 for Special Services, (x3 or x3572)Nancy.Finelli@plps.org
Marianne Vozzo, Child Study Team Secretary
973 835-7100, #3 for Special Services, (x3 or x1542)
Cherie Banker, Department of Special Service Secretary
973 835-7100, #3 for Special Services, (x2 or x1541)
Our Child Study Team (CST) includes the following staff members:
Kristen Alonso, School Social Worker973 835-7100, #3 for Special Services, (x9 or x1548)I am the school social worker on the Child Study Team and I am so excited to be a part of the Pompton Lakes community! Prior to working here in Pompton Lakes, I gained experience as a school social worker at Fair Lawn High School and was a mental health clinician at Newton Medical Center. I graduated from Ramapo College in 2013 with my Bachlor's Degree in Psychology. I received my Master's Degree in Social Work from Rutgers University in 2017. I have an extensive background working with children, adolescents, and adults with disabilities and it is my passion to help those in need. I am so proud to be a Cardinal and I am looking forward to working with our students!
Jessica Ardis, School Psychologist973 835-7100, #3 for Special Services, (x4 or x1543)
I am excited to join the Pompton Lakes team in the role of the school psychologist and case manager. Prior to Pompton Lakes, I worked at the Wood-Ridge school district where I served as a school psychologist and case manager for students ranging from preschool-12th grade. I obtained my Master’s degree and state certification from Montclair State University, and I am currently working towards my Psy. D. at Fairleigh Dickinson University. I am honored to work with the students, families, and staff of the Pompton Lakes school district and look forward to a fantastic school year!
Robyn Blomn, Learning Disabilities Teacher-Consultant973 835-7100, #3 for Special ServicesI have worked in Pompton Lakes for the past seven years.. Prior to working here as a Learning Disability Teacher –Consultant, I worked in Englewood as an LDT-C in an elementary school. Over the past twenty years, I have also worked in three other districts teaching general education and special education in grades three through seven. The universities I have attended in order to receive my Teacher of the Handicapped, Elementary Education Teacher and Learning Disabilities Teacher-Consultant certifications are Florida State University and William Paterson University. I’m looking forward to my twenty first second year in education making a difference in the lives of our students.
Lisa Bracamonte, School Psychologist973 835-7100, #3 for Special ServicesFor those of you new to me, my role on the Child Study Team is that of Case Manager and School Psychologist. I began my career as a graduate of Duquesne University, with a major in both Elementary and Secondary English education followed by 16 years of teaching experience. I obtained my Masters in Education and State Licensure after completing the graduate program at Montclair State University, currently working on my doctorate and have had the pleasure of serving for 12 years as a School Psychologist in Pompton Lakes. Last, but certainly not least, I have over 21 years experience as the mother of two girls, so I do know some of what you’re going through. It is my hope that these experiences will enable me to facilitate your child’s program and continue to enable his/her success.
Pamela DelMastro, Learning Disabilities Teacher-Consultant973 835-7100, #3 for Special ServicesI am excited to be part of the Special Service Team for Pompton Lakes schools. I am a Learning Disability’s Teacher Consultant and my office is in the Special Service office at Lakeside Middle School. I hold a Master's degree in Special Education, with certification and both elementary and special education in both New Jersey and New York. Previously, I have been a special education teacher for many years and have worked very closely with both my students and their families to create learning environments that helps students thrive and be as independent as they can be. I look forward to each new day for a believe that new challenges spring growth and knowledge to each of us!
Amanda Limpari, Learning Disabilities Teacher-Consultant973 835-7100, #3 for Special Services