• About Jennifer Duffy (she/her)...

    Position: School Psychologist

    Room: G-1

    Phone: (480) 883-5780

    Email: Jennifer Duffy (she/her)

     Jennifer Duffy (she/her)

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    As the School Psychologist, I am responsible for conducting psychoeducational evaluations and leading educational teams to determine the need for specialized instruction or other related services. I assist teachers with implementing interventions for behavioral or academic concerns, as well as work with students to help develop coping strategies and other skills to increase their social-emotional well-being.

    My Education and Professional Background


    • 2003 -- Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education, University of Arizona
    • 2006 -- Master of Education in Special Education, Grand Canyon University
    • 2018 -- Educational Specialist in School Psychology, University of Arizona

    Professional Background

    • 2003-2004 Emotional Disabilities Teacher (5th/6th grades) 
      • Roadrunner School, Paradise Valley School District
    • 2004-2007 Emotional Disabilities Teacher (7th/8th grades)
      • Gilbert Junior High School, Gilbert Public Schools
    • 2007-2011 Inclusion Specialist and Co-Teacher (7th/8th grades)
      • Bogle Junior High School, Chandler School District
    • 2011-2016 Student Services Coordinator
      • Galveston Elementary, Chandler School District
    • 2017-2018 School Psychologist Intern
      • Willis Junior High School, Chander School District
    • 2018-Present Nationally Certified School Psychologist 
      • Willis Junior High School, Chandler School District

    My Educational Philosophy

    It is important that every student has equitable access to high quality instruction that meets their needs. I work in collaboration with teachers, service providers, parents, and the student to develop an educational plan that is rigorous, yet attainable, to promote academic, functional, and social success.