Families in Transition

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Christina Fish
Director of Special Education

cfish@ccsd.cc
(570) 784-2850, Ext. 4043
Fax (570) 387-0192

Mrs. Fish is a graduate of Bloomsburg University. She earned a Bachelor's degree in Special Education in 1992 and a Master's Degree in Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in 1993. In 1999 she was awarded a Certificate of Special Education Supervision from Bloomsburg University. In May of 2016 she was awarded Superintendent's Letter from Marywood. She is currently enrolled in the Doctoral program for Educational Leadership through Delaware Valley University. 

Mrs. Fish worked for the CSIU for 17 years; 6 years as a Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, 1 year as an Educational Consultant in Behavior and Curriculum & Instruction, and 10 years as a Special Education Supervisor. During her tenure she also served as an Adjunct Professor for Bloomsburg University and Marywood University teaching Special Education Law. Mrs. Fish also taught Introduction to Psychology at McCann School of Business and Technology for two years.  Mrs. Fish joined Central Columbia in 2010 as Dir. of Special Education. In addition to those responsibilities Mrs. Fish is the Title IX Officer, Office of Civil Rights Officer, the Homeless Liaison, the Foster Care Liaison. She also serves on the district's Act 48 Committee and the Safety Committee.

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Jen Haubert
Prevention Specialist

jhaubert@ccsd.cc
(570) 784-2850, Ext. 3000
Fax (570) 387-0192

Mrs. Haubert is a 2008 graduate of Bloomsburg University where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work.  She continued her education at Marywood University, earning her Master’s degree in Social Work in 2010.  Mrs. Haubert has been contracted at Central Columbia School District for the majority of her career.  She was first employed as a Blended Counselor through Synergy Systems Group, Inc. and is currently employed through CMSU as a Prevention Specialist.  Mrs. Haubert provides prevention services to Central Columbia students in grades K-12, and helps to link families to resources within the community.  Mrs. Haubert also serves on the SAP team in the Elementary, Middle, and High school.

Central Columbia School Board Policy 251 - Homeless Students

McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act

McKinney-Vento At a Glance