• School Social Workers are trained in the dynamics of human development, interpersonal relationships, and techniques of community organization and action.  They possess skills and employ techniques that focus on group processes, consultation, and community organizations.  School Social Workers work with parents, teachers, children, and community agencies in helping pupils participate more fully in the total school program.  In addition, they serve as the primary link between the home and school and work actively in the community interpreting the role and function of the schools.