Intervention Services

We are dedicated to providing a well rounded team of professionals to help in your child's unique educational needs.

Each St. Paul School student is a valued person with unique physical, social, emotional and intellectual needs.

Guidance Counselor, Mr. Joe Carr

As a School Guidance Counselor, Mr. Carr is involved in classroom guidance which covers such topics as testing skills, vocational interest, communication skills, anger management, and conflict resolution. He also does individual counseling which helps students with social skills, peer relationships, and emotional support in difficult situations. Guidance programs include Peer Mediation, Career Day, College Day and Parent to Parent Training. Mr. Carr has been a school counselor since 1988 and has been at St. Paul since 2002.
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School Psychologist, Ms. Julie Krizay

Ms. Krizay is an Educational Psychologist with the Westerville City Schools and will be working with St. Paul students on Wednesdays. She is a graduate of Miami University and Ball State University. She previously worked in the Carmel Clay Schools in Carmel, Indiana. Julie enjoys reading, traveling, walking, scrapbooking and knitting.


Untitled.jpg  Linda Lloyd - Intervention Specialist Gr. 1-8




Instruction Specialist, Mrs. Mary Evrard

Ms. Yoest is an Intervention Specialist with Westerville City Schools. She has been at St. Paul School since 2009. She works with special needs students in grades K-8.  She provides small groups with support services five days a week. In her free time she enjoys reading, traveling and spending time with her family.

Grades 1-3 Reading Tutor, Mrs. Laurie Locke

Mrs. Locke works with students in first through third grades helping them improve their reading skills. The students receive services five days a week for thirty minutes each day. The students work in a small group setting. As an employee of Westerville City Schools, Mrs. Locke has been teaching at St. Paul School since 1980. She received her B.A. in 1980 from Capital University and earned her M.A. in 2002 from Marygrove College. She is certified in the areas of  Elementary Education, Reading, and Specific Learning Disabled.