Eduardo Del Valle, Bilingual School Counselor
Eduardo Del Valle started in DCPS in 2008 when hired as a Bilingual School Psychologist for Powell ES. He completed a 1,200 hours psychology internship at Prince Georges County Public Schools from 2007-08. His career in education started back in 1995 as a public school English teacher at the Department of Education of Puerto Rico. He then moved to found a private school (Academia Cristiana Catacumba) in 1998 and became school principal for five years. After that he stayed two additional years as a middle-high school learning center director. Mr. Del Valle is also a veteran of the Gulf War and served onboard the USCGC Gallatin, and later became an aviator and flew the C-130 aircraft. He also served his community in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico as youth pastor and elder in a church, and was the director of the church’s community outreach effort. He’s also been a radio broadcaster, public speaker, actor, coach, and currently holds the best job any person can hope for; the parent of two precious jewels God has graced him with, my two children.
Lauren Manning, School Counselor
Sanam Toossi, School Social Worker
Greg Huebner, Bilingual Psychologist
I’m married and my wife and I have a rescue dog and cat who both love to be outdoors and they’ve kind of learned to like each other. (Imagine the dog and cat from Tom and Jerry.) Personally, I love travelling, hiking, bicycling, reading, and playing the guitar. I believe that the school psychologist can have an extremely positive impact on the overall quality of a school and the key aspects to creating that impact are relationships with teachers and staff, relationships with families, and relationships with the community.