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Social Work

Stephanie Galloway-Maslanik


Welcome!  I joined JVSD as the K-12 school social worker in August 2016.  I have 20 years of post-master's level experience with children, adolescents, adults and families.  I received my BSW at Juniata College in 2001 and my MSW at the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 2002. 

I have a license in clinical social work and am a registered play therapist-supervisor. I am also a ScreamFree Certified Leader.  I have worked in primary care/women's healthcare offices, outpatient therapy, partial hospitalization programs, behavioral health inpatient units and residential treatment facilities in addition to recreation centers and mentoring organizations. 

I am the mother of two children, a 16-year-old son and an 8-year-old daughter.  I have been married for 19 years to Scott Maslanik, who is in his 26th year at JVSD as the health, physical education and driver's education teacher.


For those who like using the Remind App to communicate, I have established "classrooms" for both elementary and high school families. I have the settings private, so that no one can see you have joined the group, you cannot search for the group without a link and I have to approve your admission to the group. See below for the links.


High School:


A school social worker helps others manage and cope with stress, regardless of the source, and performs multiple roles throughout the day.  Some of these include individual, group, family and classroom interventions/lessons.  School social work interventions are normally short-term and solution-focused.  It is not a replacement for outpatient counseling. 

Sometimes, a student may have an immediate need and see the school social worker only one time.  Other times, a student may need short-term, regular sessions, or longer-term contact.  The goal of any contact with a school social worker is to improve social-emotional well-being and management of stress which promotes overall academic success. 

Remember, learning can be very challenging if a student is overwhelmed by thoughts, feelings and stress!  Please feel free to call or e-mail me with concerns or needs your child might have. 






Our Student Assistance Program (SAP) meets every other week to discuss student needs and concerns and determine what will best support our students.  Brochures, referral forms, consent forms and behavioral-observation forms can be found on the right-hand side of this webpage.  Anyone can make a referral to SAP if there is a concern about a student.  If you have any questions, please call or e-mail me!


SAP Team Members

Name Position
Stephanie Galloway-Maslanik School Social Worker
Michael Estep High School Principal
Matt Franks Assistant Principal
Dan Waite Life Skills Teacher
Heather Heeter English Teacher
Olivia Gennaro Art Teacher
Sarah Rudnik Spanish Teacher
Kelly Logue Special Education Teacher
Rachel Boyd School Nurse
Tammy Snavely SAP Liaison/Youth Advocate Programs
Kelsey Martin/Christy Steidle SAP Liaison/Mainstream Counseling


Please do not use email or text for any life-threatening or imminent risk emergencies. For any immediate emergency, safety or crisis issues, contact:

  • Juniata Valley Crisis Line (1-800-929-9583)
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (988)
  • Text "HOME" to the Crisis Text Line (741-741)
  • Use the Safe2Say Something app, tipline (1-844-723-2729) or website (
  • Dial 911 or report to the nearest emergency room.