SCIP Welcomes Valerie Hotsenpillar as New School Coordinator for Regions 4 and 6
The School Community Intervention & Prevention (SCIP; www.scipnebraska.com) Program has announced the hiring of Valerie Hotsenpillar as school coordinator/administrative assistant. Valerie succeeds Michaela Emmons who has accepted a paraeducator position with Lincoln Public Schools.
Valerie is a native of Lincoln and received her degree in human relations from Doane University. In her position with SCIP, Valerie will work with both public and private schools within Region 4 (Northeast Nebraska) and Region 6 (Omaha area). She will also provide administrative support for the program.
SCIP is a statewide program designed to bring together families, school, and the community to support student behavioral and emotional health. Their mission is to provide an effective prevention and early intervention process for youth with behavioral health concerns so they may achieve healthy, productive lives. SCIP is a program of Lincoln Medical Education Partnership, located at 4600 Valley Rd. To find out more about SCIP, visit www.scipnebraska.com.