School Social Worker

North Ottawa County Schools and Twin Valleys Schools have received a grant from the Kansas State Department of Education and are in search of a Behavior Health School Liaison.  This position will work in both school districts. 

Qualifications for this position requires a Bachelors level or higher-level degree (Masters preferred).  The school Liaisons should be qualified in behavior intervention, such as school counselors, school social workers, psychologists, or other related fields.

The purpose of the Behavioral Health School Liaison is facilitating the implementation of a school-based behavioral health model.  The Liaison will work as a pivotal team member with current staff and outside agencies.

Please contact Chris Vignery, USD 239 Superintendent, at 785-392-2167 or go to and find an application by clicking on menu then documents, then job applications.

North Ottawa County USD 239
BCBS Based on Experience
Job Start Date: October-1-2019
Applications Due By: September-20-2021

Job Contact Information

Chris Vignery - - 785-392-2167

Employer Information

North Ottawa County USD 239


The Community of Minneapolis, Kansas

  • $5.4 million additions and renovations completed in 2009.
  • $9.8 million additions and renovations recently completed in 2016.
  • Nine-Hole golf course with watered fairways
  • Community basketball and tennis courts
  • Active Scouting Program
  • Local YMCA-affiliated Teams
  • Recreation Commission-local baseball and softball programs
  • Youth summer sports camps
  • Minneapolis Art Center classes
  • Ottawa County Children's Summer Theatre
  • New Library with story hour and summer reading programs
  • Ottawa County Museum
  • Ottawa County Lake - hunting and fishing
  • 11 local churches
  • Ottawa County Fair
  • Wellness Center - indoor pool and fitness center

Employer Address: 716 E. Seventh Street Minneapolis, Kansas

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